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John Davidson’s professional career started when the St. Louis Blues drafted him in 1973. After two seasons with the Blues, the New York Rangers acquired “J.D.” for the rest of his career. This included a trip to the Stanley Cup finals in 1979. However, across North America, Davidson is better known as a broadcaster. He was continually featured on Hockey Night in Canada’s Hot Stove and did commentary on all Ranger games on MSG. He was CBS’ lead hockey analyst for the 1992 Albertville Olympic games, as well as Lillehammer in 1994 and Nagano in 1998. After many years in broadcasting, Davidson took a job with the St. Louis Blues in 2006, being named President of Hockey Operations where h remained until 2012. Davidson then took a similar post with the Columbus Blue Jackets, a job he holds to this day. He is a New York Emmy winner for Outstanding On-Camera Achievement and the recipient of the 2009 Foster Hewitt Memorial Award for his contributions to broadcasting.