Cassie Campbell-Pascall is an analyst for NHL coverage on ESPN. Campbell-Pascall joined the ESPN broadcast team in 2021, where she serves as a game analyst for select NHL games.
Currently a TV analyst for Rogers Sportsnet, Campbell-Pascall became the first woman to hold the position of color commentator for Sportsnet’s Hockey Night in Canada when she joined the broadcast team in 2006. She has worked for Rogers Sportsnet, Flames TV, Fan 960 in Calgary, NHL Network and CBC. In addition, she has covered three Olympic Games for CBC/Radio-Canada.
Campbell-Pascall is a three-time Olympic medalist and the only captain to lead Canada to two Olympic gold medals. She made her Olympic debut in 1998, the first year that women’s ice hockey debuted as an Olympic sport. A six-time IIHF World Champion gold medalist, Campbell-Pascall was captain of Canada’s National Women’s Hockey Team from 2001 until her retirement in 2006, making her the longest-tenured captain in Canadian hockey history. In 2007, Campbell-Pascall became the first women’s hockey player inducted into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame.
A native of Brampton, Ontario, Campbell-Pascall attended the University of Guelph where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honors and later received an Honors Degree in Sociology. She captained the University of Guelph Gryphons to an OWIAA University Championship in 1995. She later was presented with an Honorary Doctor of Law Degree from the University of British Columbia and an Honorary Doctorate Degree from the University of Guelph. In 2016, Campbell-Pascall received the high honor of being appointed to the Order of Canada.
Campbell-Pascall currently resides in Calgary with husband, Brad, and daughter, Brooke.