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Bill Clement
Born (1950-12-20) December 20, 1950 (age 68)
Buckingham, Quebec, Canada
Height 6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
Weight 190 lb (86 kg; 13 st 8 lb)
Position Centre
Shot Left
Played for Philadelphia Flyers
Washington Capitals
Atlanta Flames
Calgary Flames
NHL Draft 18th overall, 1970
Philadelphia Flyers
Playing career 1970–1982

William H. "Bill" Clement (born December 20, 1950) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player who became an author, speaker (BillClementSpeaking.com), actor, entrepreneur, and hockey broadcaster. He recently authored "EverDay Leadership: Crossing Gorges on Tightropes to Success" with foreword by Wayne Gretzky.

Clement played 11 seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL), and was named an All-Star twice. He spent his first four years with the Philadelphia Flyers, with whom he won two Stanley Cup championships (1974, 1975). Clement later played for the Washington Capitals, whom he captained, and the Flames, both in Atlanta and Calgary.

Clement has broadcast five different Olympic Games and has worked for ESPN, NBC, ABC, Versus, Comcast SportsNet and TNT in the U.S., and CTV, CBC, Rogers Sportsnet and Sirius XM Radio in Canada.

His acting credits include work on the ABC daytime drama All My Children and more than 300 television ads for clients such as Chevrolet, Bud Light, and Deepwoods Off. He was also one of the in-game announcers on EA Sports' NHL video games from NHL 07 through NHL 14, as well as on 2K Sports' NHL 2K series in ESPN NHL Hockey and ESPN NHL 2K5.

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As we go into this second overtime. Gretzky had it, lost it. Yzerman picks it up Yzerman moving, blueline chance SCORE! Steve Yzerman! Detroit wins! On the power play Sakic fakes it, takes it SCORES! Joe Sakic! Power play goal! 3-0 Colorado! Elias centers, shot, SCORE! The New Jersey Devils have won the Stanley Cup! Jason Arnott with the game winning overtime goal! Still held in, Uwe Krupp shot, SCORE!!! The Colorado Avalanche have won the Stanley Cup! Here's Holmstrom, dropped it Larionov in Larionov for the game winner Larionov shot SCORE! Igor Larionov! The Detroit Red Wings 3, the Hurricanes 2 Back to the point Desjardins Mario blocked it Lemieux heading up ice here he comes x2 Mario Lemieux hang on He SCORES! Ya gotta love it! trailing Gretzky looking, Jari Kurri; McSorley to Gretzky... SCORES! He did it! x2 Th greatest goal scorer in NHL history is Wayne Gretzky! And after 22 years, RAYMOND BOURQUE!! Do you believe it?! x2 He said we will win game 6 He has just picked up the hat trick Richards shot Save, rebound SCORE! Ruslan Fedotenko! back up and into the zone is Erat, shot SCORE! and that will count! Recchi in, Recchi drops it, in the middle bouncing tipped, SCORE! There is Eric Lindros following it up on the left wing side There's Lindros It's cleared out of the zone by Recchi poked away, Lindros Lindros Recchi ??? Lindros! OH take the roof off baby! Eric Lindros! Back it comes Robitaille a chance; that got deflected to the point shot, SCORE! Detroit changing behind the play, Sergei Fedorov a shot SCORES! Fedorov! the power play for the Lightning 0-3 Calgary St. Louis puts the hit on, Leopold in the corner got it out of there moved it up the wall, Cullimore went down Taylor the shot redirected SCORE! Game 7! Martin St. Louis! We are going back to Tampa Bay! 33 seconds into the double overtime! Here's Rucchin, Steve Rucchin a little room Rucchin a shot Save made Joseph, rebound not centered In front Rucchin SCORE! SCORES! x2 The Mighty Ducks have knocked off the defending Stanley Cup Champions! Back into the middle, McCarty shot SCORE! Trying to get there, in the middle is Maltby Shot, SCORE! Darren McCarty! Roy had to play that; empty net for a moment Maltby shot, save Roy, rebound Do you believe it!!! Hat trick! Hat trick Darren McCarty! Finals, as good as they thought he would be Darren McCarty comes back with Niinimaa in front of him McCarty draws, McCarty in, McCarty.. SCORES! A magnificent goal! Darren McCarty! and they didn't in that house either shot, SCORE! power play goal Andy Delmore! Oh my gosh; here comes LeClair on a 3 on 1 Recchi Centered, shot SCORE! Delmore! Unbelievable! Kasparaitis got caught again certainly planning to play physical hockey Skudra knocked it away from Tocchet Delmore! He's got a trick! They've brought out the wheelbarrow One of the largest collections of hats for a hat trick I've seen in a long time Bill Clement: This is amazing! All those circumstances not alone Nicklas Lidstrom shot hit the post SCORE! It went in! Detroit wins in overtime Nicklas Lidstrom! 1:01 into the overtime Nicklas Lidstrom Primeau got it away to Timander; a shot Save Rebound, SCORE!!! Primeau has tied the game! Gagne; Gagne for Roenick; lets it go. Primeau. Primeau draws it side of the net Roenick; shot and SCORE!!!! Simon Gagne!!! We've got a game 7!!! 3rd of the game; Tverdovsky a shot In front SCORE! Patrik Elias! blocked; came to the point Tverdovsky a chance, SCORE! Deflected; deflected in front! Gregg Marshall! about two many men on the ice for the Devils Ozolinsh chance, SCORE! low; Sauer knocked it down Shot Marshall, SCORE! No; overtime's not the kind answer so far in his career SCORE! Right off the faceoff! side boards Rafalski centered it shot SCORE! for him; Stevens got a shoulder in Shot, SCORE! Over to get it Gionta looking for Madden in front Madden, SCORE! Madden; came to the blueline chance SCORE! what the (Anaheim) Angels did Here's Rucchin SCORES! White shot, blocked by Niedermayer Scott Niedermayer SCORES! Into the zone Sykora kicked it out got it back nearside Kariya Kariya; the fans want one SCORE!!!! Off the floor, on the board!!! Paul Kariya!!! time; not a bad guy to phone and say "listen what do you think?" In the middle SCORE!! Salei! Ovetime game winner! The Ducks are back in it! Back comes Thomas; Thomas with Pahlsson cutting Here's Ozolinsh in; Ozolinsh centered shot Oh my gosh! Rebound shot SCORE!! This series is tied! Thomas, has waited 19 years to be in the Finals; He scores the game winner! (a lot of) people stopped breathing on the Ducks bench Sent in Davidson and Clement: OH! Gary Thorne: SCORE!!! He got tied up and lost his stick! Hasek; cleared around by Barnes and out of the zone on a bounce J.P. Dumont Bob Boughner ties him up; makes sure he can't get to it Still loose, Barnes.. SCORES! Buffalo 3 Pittsburgh 2! (not) cleared out though, held in Roenick looking shot SCORE! Oh mercy! He'll say he planned that and I'm not gonna buy it 2 to 1 Flyers Another big hit; and down low Handzus Save Blackburn Penalty coming up A penalty shot! A penalty shot in overtime! With 36 seconds left! This is for the game obviously Here we go; Handzus We're in overtime; if he gets it, Flyers win Blackburn, Handzus. Handzus SCORES!! Back it comes to Fedorov; Fedorov great read Wide side shot SCORE! Larionov looking for help; finds Lapointe Shot SCORE! Oates knocked it away; backhand shot never got through Osgood SCORE! Adam Oates created the chance for Brian Bellows! Kozlov with Brown; Kozlov, Brown shot SCORE! Dougie Brown! Onside Fedorov; Fedorov's got help Fedorov shot, he SCORES! That's why you pay him a billion dollars! Sergei Fedorov! and Detroit takes a 2-1 lead! then set 2 shifts here to start this overtime comes back nearside to Renberg Renberg moving it in Renberg; leaves it Here's Lindros; open shot SCORE! The Philadelphia Flyers have won it in overtime! Eric Lindros the game winning goal! Jari Lehtonen; Hull loose puck Hull shot SCORE! x3 The Dallas Stars, Brett Hull, they've won the Stanley Cup! Deep in the heart of Texas, the Stars are shining Eddie Johnston getting Jagr and Lemieux together Fitzgerald a shot SCORE! Through a screen 3-0 Panthers! and tipped it; never got it in on net centered it Lemieux; SCORES! Jaromir Jagr makes it 2-0 Here's a 2 on 1; 3 on 1 chance dropped off left side shot SCORE! Cutting Jagr, shot; rolled to the middle Lemieux dropped it; shot SCORE! Petr Nedved! We're 1-1; shots 30-20 in favor of the Pens SCORE!! A run-and-gun shot from the top of the circle by Tom Fitzgerald! right out of nowhere! and it is 2-1 Panthers moving it back; still a 2 on 1 Lindsay drops it; shot and SCORE!! It is 3-1; the Panthers take the lead! and Garpenlov deserved it he has played a great game and in the 2 on 1 he bangs it home Fetisov shot blocked; shot SCORE! Martin Lapointe! old-time hockey right here Puck's all over the place here's the intercept; here comes tikkanen Osgood down and he missed the net! Esa Tikkanen BLEW IT!!! Calle Johansson knocked it away; Juneau blocking the pass by Brown Oates does not get it out Brown shot SCORE! x2 He's tied the game! Dougie Brown! Unbelievable! playing the puck here around the wall Richards shot Save, rebound SCORE! Ruslan Fedotenko! Trying to drop it off; brings it in himself Left it in the middle Shot, SCORE! He's got another one! Fedotenko!!! For the Calgary Flames On the power play; Conroy Conroy winds up; shot SCORE! We're not done yet! Conroy a power play goal! It is 2-1! Khabibulin The Tampa Bay Lightning have won their first Stanley Cup!

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Biography

Playing career

Prior to his career as a broadcaster, Clement was an NHL hockey player. As a native of Buckingham, he played in nearby Thurso with Guy Lafleur. He played Junior Hockey with the Ottawa 67s of the O.H.A., in their first three seasons.

Originally selected 18th (second round) in the 1970 NHL Entry Draft by the Philadelphia Flyers (the Flyers' first pick of the draft), Clement played four seasons with the Flyers (as well as in minor league teams at Quebec City and Richmond, VA), and was part of the Stanley Cup-winning Flyers teams of 1973–74 and 1974–75 as the 4th line Center. Prior to the 1975 NHL Amateur Draft, he was traded to the Washington Capitals for their right to draft Mel Bridgman, as the first overall draft pick that year. After playing just 46 games with the Capitals (and serving as the team captain) in the 1975–76 season, he was then traded to the Atlanta Flames for Gerry Meehan. He would play with the Flames organization in both Atlanta and Calgary, until his retirement following the 1981–82 NHL season. He played in two NHL All-Star Gamess, in 1976 and 1978. In 719 regular season games, he scored 148 goals, earned 206 assists, and 383 penalty minutes. In 50 playoff games, he collected five goals and three assists.

Clement was known for a calm and consistent passing game, leading to the rhyme "Clement, Clement, Hands of Cement." Bud Light referenced the old taunt in one of their popular "Hockey Falls" commercials.

Post-playing career

After retiring from hockey, Clement worked for many years as a lead color commentator at ESPN for ESPN National Hockey Night coverage. From 1988–89 until 1991–92 he worked for SportsChannel America, providing color commentary on the network's national telecasts as well as regional Philadelphia Flyers games alongside Mike Emrick.

Clement worked alongside Jim Lampley as a studio analyst for NBC during their coverage of both the men's and women's ice hockey tournaments at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. He worked as the play-by-play announcer for table tennis, pentathlon events, and badminton tournaments for the 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics for NBC. Clement won province championships playing badminton in high school. He also worked as an analyst in ESPN's Great Outdoor Games for several years.

Clement provided color commentary for the EA Sports' NHL series for NHL 2000 and NHL 2001, with Jim Hughson; and for all next-generation versions from NHL 07 through NHL 14, with Gary Thorne. The latter duo previously voiced 2K Sports' NHL 2K series for ESPN NHL Hockey and ESPN NHL 2K5, when 2K Sports had the ESPN license.

Clement is also host of a Flyers-based radio talk show on WBCB 1490 AM in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The show includes current and former players and coaches, as well as players from the ECHL's Trenton Devils. He also continues to provide color commentary, as well as post-game show analysis, working several local Flyers broadcasts for Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia and The Comcast Network since the 2007–08 season.[1]

From 19862004, Clement broadcast at least one game of every Stanley Cup Finals series (with ESPN from 19861988, SportsChannel America from 19891992, ESPN again from 19932004, and ABC from 20002004). After a lockout canceled the 2005 Finals, he worked the 2006 and 2007 Finals as the studio host for OLN and NBC. He continued his streak in 2008 as a colour commentator for NHL Radio on Westwood One.

Personal life

After retirement from hockey, he married and had two children, and resides in Solebury Township, Pennsylvania. His daughter Reagan graduated from The Hun School of Princeton in 2007, while his son Chase graduated from New Hope-Solebury High School in 2008 and now goes to Delaware Valley College where he plays soccer as their goalkeeper and was First Team All Freedom Conference Player in 2012. Clement became a U.S. citizen on November 4, 2010.

Career statistics

    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1967–68 Ottawa 67's OHA-Jr. 38 6 19 25 41
1968–69 Ottawa 67's OHA-Jr. 53 18 28 46 101 7 1 4 5 6
1969–70 Ottawa 67's OHA-Jr. 54 19 36 55 62 5 2 0 2 0
1970–71 Quebec Aces AHL 69 19 39 58 88 1 0 0 0 0
1971–72 Richmond Robins AHL 26 8 9 17 20
1971–72 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 49 9 14 23 39
1972–73 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 73 14 14 28 51 2 0 0 0 0
1973–74 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 39 9 8 17 34 4 1 0 1 4
1974–75 Philadelphia Flyers NHL 68 21 16 37 42 12 1 0 1 8
1975–76 Washington Capitals NHL 46 10 17 27 20
1975–76 Atlanta Flames NHL 31 13 14 27 29 2 0 1 1 0
1976–77 Atlanta Flames NHL 67 17 26 43 27 3 1 1 2 0
1977–78 Atlanta Flames NHL 70 20 30 50 34 2 0 0 0 2
1978–79 Atlanta Flames NHL 65 12 23 35 14 2 0 0 0 0
1979–80 Atlanta Flames NHL 64 7 14 21 32 4 0 0 0 4
1980–81 Calgary Flames NHL 78 12 20 32 33 16 2 1 3 6
1981–82 Calgary Flames NHL 69 4 12 16 28 3 0 0 0 2
NHL totals 719 148 208 356 383 50 5 3 8 26

See also

References

  1. ^ "Bill Clement Joins Flyers Broadcast Team". Archived from the original on 2007-11-26. Retrieved 2008-05-04.

External links

Preceded by
Bobby Taylor
Philadelphia Flyers TV Color Commentator
1989-1992
Succeeded by
Gary Dornhoefer
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