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Brian Blessing Death & Cause Of Death, Ex Buffalo Broadcaster Dies In Las Vegas, Wiki & Age



What Happened To Brian Blessed? Is He Dead or Alive? An official statement released by the family of Brian Blessing confirmed that the award-wining broadcaster sadly passed away on January 10 2022 at the age of 64.

According to the statement released by Brian’s family, the legendary broadcaster suddenly passed away overnight Sunday, January 9 2022 at his home in Las Vegas.

His cause of death or what led to his sad demise has not been made known to the public at the time of filing this report.

In the 1980s and 1990s, Brian Blessing worked as a sports anchor at WIVB, where he covered the Bills’ Super Bowl appearances. Many people will remember him for his extensive sports knowledge.

The Sabres extended heartfelt condolence messages to Brian’s family and friends via their official Twitter page in a series of tweets.

We are heartbroken to learn of the loss of former Buffalo broadcaster and Hockey Hotline presenter Brian Blessing, according to the tweets. During this terrible time, our thoughts and prayers are with Brian’s friends and family.

Who Was Brian Blessing?

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Brian Blessing was a former Sabres, Buffalo Bill broadcaster and hockey hotline host. He was a part of Sportsbook radio’s hockey hotline and the Vegas Golden Knights’ hockey hotline.

Brian Blessing worked as a sports anchor at WIVB in the 1980s and 1990s, when he covered the Bills’ Super Bowl appearances. Many people will remember him for his vast knowledge of sports.

He hosted “Sportsbook Radio,” a nationally syndicated sports gambling show that airs weekdays at 11 a.m. (PT) on Sports 920 The Game and is available live and on-demand at

He built a broadcast side of the enterprise as Project Manager of Las Vegas Sports Consultants, the world’s leading oddsmaking organization. JT the Brick Fox Sports radio, Colin Cowherd ESPN, ESPN 1100, The Game 920 AM, KSHP 1400 in Las Vegas, and featured guest segments on KVBC-TV and CW Sportszone are among his other appearances.

After 25 years in Buffalo, New York, Blessing relocated to Las Vegas. Blessing covered Western New York’s professional teams, the NFL’s Buffalo Bills and the NHL’s Buffalo Sabres, as a television and radio anchor, reporter, and host.

He worked as a beat reporter for WIVB-TV for 14 years, covering the Bills, including their incredible four straight Super Bowl appearances. Blessing also received Associated Press awards and a New York Board of Broadcasters Sportscast of the Year Award during his time at WIVB.


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