“Behind The ECHL Mics”
Dan Weiss, Phoenix RoadRunners

Dan Weiss is in his fourth season as the “Voice of the RoadRunners” on B2 Networks, the “Official Broadband Broadcast Provider of the ECHL,” and on INDEPENDENT 1310 KXAM.

He is also responsible for the day-to-day communciations for the club while orchestrating all public relations and community relations initiatives and assisting in matters pertaining to hockey operations.

Weiss was recognized as the ECHL Broadcaster of the Year in 2005-06 and was a member of the television broadcast team for the 2008 ECHL All-Star Game and the audio broadcast team for the 2005 ECHL All-Star Game.

Weiss is also the studio host for the Phoenix Suns pregame and postgame shows and has served as the host of “Arizona Cardinals Overtime” on News 92.3 FM and Sports 620 KTAR-AM.

He is in his 10th season as a broadcaster and has worked for Atlantic City of the ECHL, Corpus Christi of the Central Hockey League, Northeastern University and Phoenix of the WNBA.

The native of Weston, Mass. worked as a producer at Sports Radio 850 AM WEEI in Boston, which is the top-rated sports radio station in the United States. Weiss was awarded his bachelor’s degree in communications and political science from Northeastern University.

Former ECHL broadcasters working in the National Hockey League include John Ahlers and Steve Carroll of the Anaheim Ducks, Tom Callahan of the Nashville Predators, Dave Goucher of the Boston Bruins, Chris Kerber of the St. Louis Blues, Dave Mishkin of the Tampa Bay Lightning and Rob Simpson, who is a producer/host for The NHL Network.

Former ECHL broadcasters working in the American Hockey League include Mike Kelly in Springfield, Alex Kyrias, in Iowa, Eric Lindquist in Worcester, Bob McElligott in Syracuse, John Michael in Lake Erie, Mike O’Brien in Lowell, Joe O’Donnell in Houston, Aaron Roof in Quad City, Jason Shaver in Chicago and Grady Whittenburg in Binghamton.

B2 Networks is offering fans the opportunity to purchase a Power-Play Season Pass so that they don’t miss a minute of watching their favorite team live at home and on the road. Power-Play Season Passes are available for only $150 until Oct. 1, which is a savings of more than 60 percent off the individual game purchase price, and for $160 after Oct. 1. To purchase the Power-Play Season Pass visit or ECHL.com or B2LiveTV.com.