//Jeremy Roenick suspended by NBC Sports activities over sex-related remarks about co-workers

Jeremy Roenick suspended by NBC Sports activities over sex-related remarks about co-workers

Former NHL participant Jeremy Roenick was suspended indefinitely by NBC Sports on Monday for sex-related feedback he made on a podcast about his co-workers.

The community stated Roenick, who has been an analyst with NBC Sports activities since 2010, might be suspended with out pay.

Roenick made the feedback about fellow NBC Sports activities personalities Kathryn Tappen, Patrick Sharp and Anson Carter throughout a Dec. 18 look on the “Spittin’ Chiclets” podcast.

His remarks included a narrative a couple of trip to Portugal he took along with his spouse, Tracy, and Tappen, who he stated are good buddies.


Former NHL player Jeremy Roenick speaking during his induction to the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame in 2010. (AP Photo/Don Heupel, File)

Former NHL participant Jeremy Roenick talking throughout his induction to the U.S. Hockey Corridor of Fame in 2010. (AP Picture/Don Heupel, File)

“I play it off like we will mattress collectively each evening, the three of us,” he stated throughout a narrative referencing when a resort employee requested in regards to the association. “If it actually got here to fruition, that may actually be good, however it’s by no means going to occur.”

He additionally referred to as Tappen “one of the skilled sports activities personalities I do know” and praised Sharp as “one of many best, best guys on the planet.”

Later within the podcast, Roenick referred to as Sharp stunning, saying: “I would have to consider it if he requested me. … I would not say no instantly.”


“It’s good to have a beautiful face that talks well, that knows the game because it’s totally the opposite when me and Anson get on there,” he stated.

He added that Sharp has been “nice for NBC.”

Roenick performed 20 seasons within the NHL for a number of groups, together with the Chicago Blackhawks, Philidelphia Flyers, San Jose Sharks, Arizona Coyotes and Los Angeles Kings.

The Related Press contributed to this report.