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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Mike "Doc" Emrick
With his team in first place and the Winter Classic coming to town, it's a good time to be Ed Snider.
Mike "Doc" Emrick is stepping down as the voice of the New Jersey Devils after 21 years.
"I've been extremely fortunate to have been able to spend 23 incredible years with the MSG Network channels and 21 equally enjoyable years _ including three Stanley Cup championships _ with the New Jersey Devils," Emrick said in a statement. "But that assurance of less travel and fewer games has regrettably led me to end my association with the MSG Network channels and the Devils."
Emrick announced on Thursday that he is leaving MSG Network and the Devils, but will work a reduced schedule with his national contract for NBC and Versus.