Al Morganti Biography and Wiki
Michael “Al” Morganti ( Al Morganti) was born on May 28, 1953. He is an American nationally recognized ice hockey analyst who has covered the National Hockey League and international competitions. He is currently a pre-and post-game analyst for the Philadelphia Flyers of the NHL for games broadcast on NBC Sports Philadelphia.
Al Morganti Age and Birthday
Al Morganti was born on May 28, 1953, In the Boston, MA, United States of America. He is 67 years as of 2021. His birth sign is Gemini.
Al Morganti Education
Morganti attended Boston University College of Communication, a communication school within Boston University.
Al Morganti Height and Weight
Morganti is of average stature, Exact measurements on the hockey analyst are still under investigation and this section will be updated once we have new information.
Al Morganti Parents
Morganti was born in the United States, Our efforts to find more about his family came to no avail as no such information is publicly obtainable. Any new information will be consequently updated.
Al Morganti Wife
The analyst is happily married to Carole Morganti. The couple fell in love when Al used to cover the Philadelphia Flyers for the Inquirer and Carole worked as the PR for the Furry soccer team. They tied the knot in September. 14, 1985.
Together, the couple has a daughter named Taylor Morganti. Taylor was born in 2009. Al and his wife Carole are the happy residents of Medford.
Al Morganti Salary
NBC News’ salaries range from an average of $44,000 to $136,000 annually. However, these figures may vary extensively according to the level of seniority of the employee in question. At the moment, we do not have the exact salary of Al but we’ll keep tabs and update this section once it is available.
Al Morganti Net Worth
Morganti has an estimated net worth of $2 million, This amount is from his long-running career as a sports analyst.
Morganti launched his journalism career at Boston University where he would write for The Boston Globe. He then became The Atlanta Constitution hockey beat writer, covering the Atlanta Flames.
Prior to joining the Flyers’ broadcast crew, he was beforehand a weekly hockey analyst for ESPN from 1993–2004, usually working with host John Saunders and analyst Jim Schoenfeld and a hockey writer for The Philadelphia Inquirer. He has been a co-host for The Morning Show on WIP from the early 1990s.
He has also covered numerous Olympic Games including Canada Cups, World Cups, Wimbledon, and America’s Cup competitions.