Found November 14, 2011 on
Fox Sports Detroit:
As part of the Hockey Hall of Fame induction ceremonies in Toronto on Monday, FOX Sports Detroit Red Wings analyst Mickey Redmond received the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award for outstanding contributions as a hockey broadcaster.
The following is what our FOXSportsDetroit.com readers had to say to Mickey for winning the award and what he means to them:
Jim M., Anchorage, Alaska: "Mr. Redmond, you are truly a class-act. Your commentary in the broadcast booth is always informative as well as entertaining. Your love for the sport shines through your microphone and is extremely infectious, congratulations on a well-deserved reward"
Marie M., Gadsden, Alabama: "Congratulations Mickey - we love your commentary for the Red Wings games. You call it as you see it. Keep up the good work."
Ron S., Long Beach, California: "Congratulations Mickey. Born and raised in Detroit, I remember your time as a Red Wing well. I thought you were a terrific player and a true Red ...
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