The BC Hockey Hall of Fame (BCHHF) is pleased to announce that Daryl Reaugh has been chosen as the 2016 recipient of the Bernie Pascall Media Award.

Reaugh just completed his 20th season as colour analyst for the Dallas Stars. The Prince George, BC product has also worked on the national stage with CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada, NBC Sports Network, ABC, ESPN, FOX and Versus.

Reaugh also provided colour commentary for the EA Sports video games NHL ’98 and NHL ’99.

“It’s an honor to be receiving the Bernie Pascall Award and be recognized by my home province for a vocation I truly love, within the sport that has guided my life and given me so much,” said Reaugh, who as a player won the 1981 BC Midget Provincial Championship with Prince George and the 1984 Western Hockey League Championship with Kamloops.

A two-time WHL All-Star, Reaugh was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers in the second round, 42nd overall, at the 1984 NHL Entry Draft.

The Bernie Pascall Media Award is presented annually to an individual in the media who demonstrates commitment and dedication to the promotion within the game of hockey.

Pascall, a 2006 BCHHF inductee, has a broadcasting career spanning more than 40 years. Pascall spent multiple years as the voice of the Vancouver Canucks on BCTV and covered six Olympic Games, including play-by-play of the historic “Miracle on Ice” game between the United States and Soviet Union at the 1980 Olympics in Lake Placid for CTV.