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This profile was last updated on 3/23/14  and contains information from public web pages.

Morning Show Host

Local Address: Alberta, Canada

Employment History

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Toronto Rock ::, 24 Oct 2004 [cached]
Bruce Barker back in the booth for 2007Toronto Rock ::
Tuesday, October 24, 2006 - 04:59PM
Bruce Barker, the game day announcer for the Toronto Rock, is set to return to the ACC for the upcoming season.Barker says that "with Glenn Clark behind the bench we are going to have a great year and once again make the home crowd the 7th MAN on the floor."
Endorsements | Canadian Thinker by Freddie P., 29 Feb 2008 [cached]
Bruce Barker is one of the most lovable broadcasters in Canada.
He spent most of his career in Toronto at various stations, but now finds himself as the morning man at Cam-fm in Camrose, Alberta.
Bruce is also the arena announcer for the Toronto Rock and travels all the way from Camrose for their home games.
Last night he was in town for the Rock games against Colorado, and while here he paid a visit to
He commented on this posting and then told me about something he did on the PA last night.
Toronto - The Toronto Rock are ..., 10 April 2012 [cached]
Toronto - The Toronto Rock are pleased to announce the return of public address announcer Bruce Barker as the voice of the NLL Champions at Air Canada Centre.
Barker served as public address announcer through three of Toronto's six NLL championships and was behind the mic when the Rock were a part of the last professional sporting event ever played at Maple Leaf Gardens in 2000.
"I am proud to once again be part of the Toronto Rock and the lacrosse community in Ontario," said Barker. "The fans are the best in the world and when I ask them to 'Make some noise for the boys' they do and that makes every game special. I am 100 percent ready to rock Air Canada Centre."
This Friday night, Barker will make his return to the Rock in the Foster Hewitt Media Gondola as the Rock play host to the Rochester Knighthawks at 7pm. The game can also be seen live on TSN2.
Rush Hire Legendary Voice of NLL ..., 8 Nov 2007 [cached]
Rush Hire Legendary Voice of NLL Camrose's Bruce Barker
After two years of commuting from Camrose to Toronto, as the voice of the Toronto Rock at the Air Canada Centre and the radio host of the Dog's Breakfast on 98.1 CAM-FM in Camrose, Bruce Barker will be calling Rexall Place home for the 2008 season and beyond.
Bruce Barker has been hired by the Edmonton Rush to call the in-arena game action at Rexall Place for each of the eight home games as well as the 2008 All Star Game.Barker brings arena announcing experience rich with NLL history to Edmonton.He has won four NLL Champions Cup rings - two with the Toronto Rock (2002 and 2003) and one with the Calgary Roughnecks (2004) and has called three All Star Games for the NLL.His voice is legendary in the NLL and has become a Canadian good luck charm.
"The Champions Cup seems to follow me wherever I go and I am thrilled to become part of the Rush family.To reconnect with former team mates Chris Gill, Dan Stroup, and Curtis Palidwor inspires me to help bring an NLL title to the City of Champions."said Barker.
"The Edmonton Rush are happy to have a great guy like Bruce join the Rush.
Morning Coffee with David Farrell, March 9 [cached]
Bruce Barker Joins Kowch Media: Bruce Barker has been in the sports radio game for more than 30 years as a reporter, sportscaster and play by play announcer.
Along the way Bruce has covered major events like the 1992 & 93 World Series with the Toronto Blue Jays as well as the 2004 Stanley Cup finals with the Calgary Flames and the 2006 finals with the Edmonton Oilers.
He has worked for CBS and ABC radio sports as the Toronto reporter for both pro hockey and baseball.
He has four world championship rings for lacrosse and one for Canadian junior hockey champions because he was either the team's arena announcer or play by player announcer.
Bruce has done play by play for the Toronto Phantoms of the Arena Football League, the Calgary Cannons of Pacific Coast League baseball, the Camrose Kodiaks of the Alberta Jr. Hockey League and was the in arena voice of three National Lacrosse League teams (Toronto Rock, Calgary Roughnecks and Edmonton Rush) as well as the sideline reporter for the CFL's Calgary Stampeders.
Bruce also holds the distinction of being the final public address announcer in the history of Toronto's famed Maple Leaf Gardens when he called the Toronto Rocks 15-14 win over Rochester in the 2000 NLL Champions Cup Final in May of 2000.
"I am very pleased to join kowchMEDiA to help the future generation of sports broadcasters chase their dream to cover this exciting beat," says Barker. "One of the things I look forward to doing at kowchMEDiA is to lend my expertise to mentor new play by play announcers."
With the addition of Bruce Barker to the kowchMEDiA roster we are introducing affordable aircheck packages for play by play sports announcing and sports radio packages for sportscasts and sports talk shows.
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