Kathryn Tappen – born April 9, 1981 is an American sportscaster.
Tappen works on NBC Sports Group’s coverage of the NHL, Notre Dame Football, Football Night in America as well as the Summer and Winter Olympic Games among others.
After starting in College Sports Television, Tappen joined WJAR in Providence, RI, where she served as both a weekend anchor and weekday sports reporter.
From there she moved to New England Sports Network (NESN), Tappen then joined the NHL Network in 2011 where she hosted NHL Tonight, and subsequently moved to NBC in the summer of 2014.
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