Craig Simpson

Craig Simpson

Broadcaster & Former NHL Player - Edmonton Oilers
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Craig Simpson is a former professional hockey player who played as a winger for 10 NHL seasons, and is a 2-time Stanley Cup Champion. Now he is a broadcaster for Hockey Night in Canada πŸ’

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About Craig Simpson

Craig Simpson is a former professional ice hockey player from Canada. He played as a hockey winger for various teams, such as the Pittsburgh Penguins, Edmonton Oilers, and Buffalo Sabres. Craig Simpson played for 10 seasons in National Hockey League. Currently, Craig Simpson still is involved with ice hockey and is a sports broadcaster who is involved in Hockey Night in Canada telecasts. His love for ice hockey started when he was still young. Craig Simpson played in Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey with a minor ice hockey team. Craig Simpson also played college hockey for the Michigan State Spartans. After his life as an ice hockey player, Craig Simpson worked for Fox television as a commentator.