Drew Remenda is a Canadian-American former hockey coach presently serving for the San Jose Sharks as a radio broadcaster, and television hockey analyst.
Previously, Remenda served for CSN California and also with Jamie Nye co-hosted Sports Night from 2009 to 2012. Due to his outstanding work, His voice has been used in hockey video games such as NHL 2K10 and NHL 2K9./
Drew Remenda Age | Birthday
Drew was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, on April 13, 1962. He is 59 years old and on April 13 every year celebrates his birthday.
Drew Remenda Height
Remenda stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 inches (approx. 1.85 m).
Drew Remenda Family
Drew was born and raised to his loving and supportive parents in Saskatchewan, Canada. Remenda belongs to the white ethnicity but holds a Canadian nationality. However, information regarding his parents and whether he has any siblings is currently under review and will be updated as soon as available.
Drew Remenda Wife
Despite being a public figure, He has managed to keep his personal details regarding his love life away from the public dominion. Therefore, it is not available whether RemendA is dating, single, married, or divorced. As soon as he reveals the matter to the public, We shall update you on the matter.
Drew Remenda Salary
Drew’s annual salary is $96,830 per year.
Drew Remenda Net Worth
Remenda has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Drew Remenda Career
Other than his career as a journalist, Drew served for several years as a hockey coach. His coaching career started in the 1980s when he was hired at Hockey Canada as a video coordinator.
During the 1989–90 season, Remendda was hired by the University of Calgary hockey team as an assistant coach.
Later on, Drew accepted a job invitation to work as an assistant coach for the San Jose Sharks expansion team in San Jose, California.
Drew served for the team as an assistant coach for four years that was from 1991 to 1995. A year later, Remenda joined the Sharks’ minor league affiliate the Kansas City Blades as the head coach.
Immediately after he left coaching, He received a job invitation to work for the Sharks as a broadcast analyst. He started his journalism career on radio, where he called games alongside Dan Rusanowsky. In 1999, Drew was promoted to television and was teamed up with Randy Hahn.