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Joe Bowen (@am640 @MapleLeafs) is a graduate of the University of Windsor. He graduated in 1973 from the Communications program, with a minor in History. Originally from Sudbury, Joe made his way to Windsor, where he would work vigorously to mould himself into the personality we know today.
Click here and right-click, save target as on the October 4th date to hear this week’s episode of Lancer Sports featuring the one and only Joe Bowen!
I had the chance to speak with Mr. Bowen this past Sunday. He revisited the University to accept his Honourary Achievement Award for his contributions to broadcasting. He was the voice of the Lancers when it came to many sports such as basketball, hockey, and football. He moved on after to voice the Sudbury Wolves (OHL) and Halifax Voyageurs (AHL) before his inevitable move to broadcast the Toronto Maple Leafs.
One cannot deny how magnetic Bowen’s commentary can be. Whether it be his clichés or delivery during the dying seconds of the game, every moment is worthwhile because of the excitement he brings. Of course, if you asked Mr. Bowen, he’d probably tell you he could not do it alone and would accredit many of his successes to his colleagues.
What a class act. He delivered a speech at Ambassador Auditorium that garnered applause and cheer. Whether you’re familiar with his work or just new to it, one must understand that his name is synonymous with broadcasting hockey. As Maradona is to soccer, as Jeter is to baseball, Bowen is certainly the best in his business.
It was truly an honour and privelege to share the same space with the former Lancer. I broadcasted the interview on October 4th on Lancer Sports. It was an experience I was ecstatic to share with all of you and I hope you enjoy to the fullest.