Alan Hahn

KNICKS STUDIO ANALYST

Alan Hahn joined MSG as a full-time studio analyst in the fall of 2011.

Since joining MSG Networks, Hahn has hosted weekly coach’s shows, such as Nothing But Knicks, and also has a pregame segment for home games based on his popular blog, the Knicks Fix. He also co-hosts the Hahn & Humpty Show on ESPN Radio, which was simulcast on MSG Networks during the summer of 2016. Hahn also contributes to MSGNetworks.com with his blog.

Prior to joining MSG Network, Hahn spent 16 years as a writer at Newsday, serving as the paper’s Knicks beat writer for five seasons before joining MSG. Hahn also covered the New York Islanders and the NHL and during his career covered every major pro sports team in New York.

Hahn is an accomplished author with five published books: Fish Sticks: The Fall and Rise of the New York Islanders (Sports Publishing LLC), 2003; Birth of a Dynasty: The 1980 New York Islanders (Sports Publishing LLC), 2004; and Bruin Redemption: The Stanley Cup Returns to Boston (F+W Media), 2011, 100 Things a Knicks Fan Should Know and Do Before They Die (Benchmark) and The New York Knicks: The Complete Illustrated History (MVP Books) in 2012.

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