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Judd Sirott is in his sixth season as the Radio Studio Analyst on the Blackhawks’ radio home, WGN Radio AM-720. In his current position, Sirott supplements the live game coverage of John Wiedeman and Troy Murray and hosts the postgame show.

For two years prior to joining WGN Radio, Sirott, a native of Arlington Heights, Ill., and graduate of Buffalo Grove High School, called National Hockey League games nationally for HDNet.

Previously, Sirott was the voice of the American Hockey League’s Chicago Wolves from the team’s inception in 1994 to 2006, which included serving as the team’s Lead Announcer for all television broadcasts. With the Wolves, he was on board for the organization’s 1998 and 2000 Turner Cups and 2002 Calder Cup, and held the role of Media Relations Director during his tenure. He also served as a rinkside and feature reporter during their 2007 and 2008 playoff runs.

Sirott began his Chicago radio career as an intern and producer at WGN. He also served as a weekend host, field reporter and executive producer for WSCR “The Score” in Chicago and called five years of Central Collegiate Hockey Association hockey, including four years at his alma mater, the University of Michigan, from 1987 to 1991.

Sirott and his wife, Sharon, reside in Chicago with their two daughters, Beatrice and Anya.