John Giannone


John Giannone is a host and reporter for MSG’s Rangers telecasts, providing in-game analysis and commentary while conducting player interviews during intermission and pregame and postgame shows.

Giannone joined MSG in 2002 and has served the network in a number of roles, including play-by-play announcer, host, anchor and reporter for a variety of games and programs on the network. Giannone is a five-time Emmy winner as part of the Rangers’ coverage on MSG between 2008 and 2015.

Prior to joining MSG, Giannone was a field reporter for CNNSI and spent nine years at the New York Post (1988-94) and Daily News’ (1994-97) sports departments where he covered the Islanders, Jets, Giants and Mets for the Post and the Mets, Rangers and Yankees for the News. During that time he covered the Blueshirts’ 1994 Stanley Cup run and the Yankees’ 1996 World Series championship.

At Fordham University Giannone gleaned his first broadcasting experience with WFUV-FM where he announced the Rams’ college basketball games for the campus radio station. Immediately after college, Giannone began his professional career as a researcher and statistician for CBS Sports.

Giannone resides in Central New Jersey with his wife Jill and has two children. In his spare time he enjoys golfing, playing the piano, reading and skiing.

Bleeding Blueshirts: Episode 7

A fiery David Quinn wanted to see a reaction from the Rangers after deciding to scratch Pavel Buchnevich. He got it. The Blueshirts held on for a dramatic 3-2 shootout win over the Avs Tuesday night at The Garden. Will the momentum carry over tonight in Washington against the defending Stanley Cup champions? John Giannone […]

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