One of hockey’s top insiders is leaving TSN.
Frank Seravalli announced today that he has made the decision to leave TSN, after joining the all-sports network in 2015.
The 33-year-old Philadelphia native covered the NHL for TSN as a senior hockey reporter, frequently appearing on camera as one of the network’s top hockey insiders, alongside the likes of Darren Dreger, Pierre LeBrun, and the semi-retired Bob McKenzie.
“If you told a Philly kid that he’d break [hockey] news on [Canadian national] television for [six years], he wouldn’t have believed you,” Seravalli said on Twitter. “Not exactly sure what’s next, but I’m excited to see what’s out there in the universe for me.”
Personal news: Today is my last day at TSN. My decision.
If you told a Philly kid that he’d break 🏒 news on 🇨🇦 nat’l television for 6 yrs, he wouldn’t have believed you. Thank you 🙏
Not exactly sure what’s next, but I’m excited to see what’s out there in the universe for me.
— Frank Seravalli (@frank_seravalli) May 17, 2021
There will be a number of new job openings for hockey reporters in the United States, where Seravalli is still based, as ESPN and TNT are taking over from NBC as NHL television rights-holders after this season.