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One of the most recognizable hockey analysts by fans, Darren Pang is currently an analyst for CBC, Rogers Sportsnet and the St. Louis Blues. Prior to becoming an analyst, Pang was an NHL goaltender. Growing up in Nepean, Ontario, Pang was childhood teammates with fellow future NHLer’s Dan Quinn, Doug Smith and Steve Yzerman. After a junior career split between the Belleville Bulls and the Ottawa 67s, with whom he won a Memorial Cup with in 1984. Pang spent 3 seasons in the minors before cracking the Blackhawks roster fulltime. As a rookie in 1987-88, Pang would be a runner up for the Calder Trophy as the NHL’s best rookie and set a Blackhawks goaltender’s record with 6 assists. A severe knee injury in 1990 ended Pang’s playing career. Standing at only 5’5, Pang is the second shortest goaltender in NHL history, behind Roy “Shrimp” Worters. After retirement, Pang spend over 13 years as a analyst with ESPN, TSN, NBC and the Phoenix Coyotes before taking his current positions with the Blues and Rogers Communications.