Dave Strader died Sunday from a rare inoperable form of bile duct cancer. He was diagnosed with the incurable cancer last June. Strader got his start broadcasting the first season for the AHL's Adirondack Red Wings, in the brand new Glens Falls Civic Center in 1979. He then went on to broadcast for four National Hockey League teams including the Detroit Red Wings. He also called games for NBC ,ESPN and ABC, and he also called two Winter Olympic games.
Strader's style, passion and knowledge led to the title that he became known as, "The Voice."
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