Harnarayan SinghBorn and raised in small-town Alberta, Harnarayan Singh has risen through the broadcast ranks as a prominent media personality in the world of hockey, challenging the status quo along the way.

While many said his dreams of working in hockey were unattainable, Harnarayan channeled his love for the game into a broadcasting career and has since called over 700 NHL games for Hockey Night in Canada in Punjabi, along with becoming a host for Sportsnet in English on a national level.

A natural storyteller, Harnarayan was a keynote speaker at the World Cup of Hockey Summit at the Hockey Hall of Fame and has been featured in The New York Times, Macleans Magazine, and on HBO, along with writing for The Players’ Tribune.

Harnarayan’s recent memoir, ‘One Game At A Time’ – My Journey From Small-Town Alberta to Hockey’s Biggest Stage, became an instant national bestseller. He speaks to audiences across North America, providing inspiration to countless others through his journey of defying the odds.

His growing list of accomplishments includes being named the recipient of the Meritorious Service Medal, an award given by the Governor General of Canada for Harnarayan’s contribution to Canadian society. Along with being an ambassador for the Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup and a member of the NHL’s Fan Inclusion Committee, Harnarayan is also the winner of the Brian Williams Media Award from the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame. He also serves on the board of HEROS, a charity that uses hockey as a mentorship tool for at-risk youth.

Whether it be on the Tabla or Harmonium, Harnarayan has toured as an accomplished musician, performing Kirtan (Sikh music) around North America and India, including at the sacred Golden Temple in Amritsar. Harnarayan lives in Calgary with his wife and two young children.