Jeremy Roenick Continues Acting Career, Looks Good in Security Guard Outfit

 

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The picture above you is, of course, of Jeremy Roenick.  No, he isn’t Kevin James’ stunt double in “Paul Blart: Mall Cop”, but he is continuing his acting career. 

“Hi, I’m Jeremy Roenick.  You may remember me from such TV shows as “The Agency” and “The Ghost Whisperer”.  

It’s a shame we can’t find any videos from those magnificent performances.  Anyway, he will be guest starring on the new TNT series “Leverage” this Monday, which according to the MLB playoffs, stars Oscar-winner Timothy Hutton.  The description of the episode is as follows, via TNT.tv:

The Leverage team attempts to expose a conglomerate’s cover-up of their toxic fertilizer, which has resulted in the death of a young girl. But the CEO has put all of the damning evidence on a plane to the Cayman Islands. The team races to catch the flight but, once airborne, they discover that the CEO’s intentions are far more sinister and that to avenge one life they’ll have to save their own.

Hmm, wonder what JR will be doing?  We’ll make sure to check it out this week, and hopefully get a YouTube clip of him in his second career.  Just don’t forget, Jeremy, televised hockey needs you.

Could the Two New Great Faces for the NHL on TV Be Jeremy Roenick… and Jim Dowd?

We’ve said many times before that while we like Eddie Olczyk, we don’t think he’s the NHL’s long term answer to the position of “#1 analyst”, especially considering he’s filling the shoes of guys like John Davidson, Bill Clement and Barry Melrose, who all brought either a knack for making the insignificant details of hockey engaging and telegenic (Davidson), or a good sense of humor, and the idea that the fan needs to be entertained as well as informed (Melrose, and to a lesser extent Clement).  

So obviously, with Brett Hull a somewhat failed experiment in broadcasting history, the NHL has pretty much played it safe as far as analysts go.  But there’s going to be a couple of players either retired or retiring soon that you can add to the mix, given that they have an interest.  Here are a couple people I think should be given a chance at NBC and VERSUS over the next couple of years.

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