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Game Day is a one hour talk show that gets you ready for Hockey Night In Canada. Hosted by Andi Petrillo and P.J. Stock, the show deals with the hot topics of the night in a fun, entertaining and conversational way. It includes opinion & debate, feature stories on NHL players, as well as appearances by special guests from hockey, entertainment and pop culture.


PJ Stock

P.J. Stock

Co-host of HNIC Game Day, P.J. Stock brings both NHL player and broadcast experience to the role, having made his debut with CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada in 2007.

The Montreal, Que. native played for two seasons with the Victoriaville Tigres of the QMJHL from 1994-96, and began his NHL career in 1997 as a free agent with the New York Rangers, spending three seasons with their AHL affiliate, the Hartford Wolf Pack. He went on to sign with the Montreal Canadiens prior to the 2000-2001 season, before being traded after 20 games to the Philadelphia Flyers. Stock later played two seasons for the Boston Bruins where he became a fan favourite for his tenacious and gritty style of play. Stock was forced to retire when he sustained an eye injury playing for the AHL Philadelphia Phantoms.

Stock totaled 31 points and 523 penalty minutes in 235 NHL games.
Andi Petrillo

Andi Petrillo

Andi Petrillo comes to Hockey Night In Canada and Game Day from LEAFS TV. Andi joined LEAFS TV as a reporter in the 2006 season, where she pretty much did it all; the pre-game show, post game interviews, feature pieces. In the 2008 season, Andi’s role evolved into the host of the pre-game and post-game shows with analysts and former players. Andi has also hosted & covered MLS Soccer & Toronto FC and hosted a show called Gate 5 Live for Raptors TV. As part of an MLSE initiative, Andi went to Haiti and Afghanistan. In Afghanistan, she hosted a concert for Canada’s troops and was accompanied by former NHL players who met with the soldiers. Along with Game Day, Andi will do some rinkside reporting for Hockey Night In Canada this season.

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