Base Hockey's Pro Analysts include:
Cliff Ronning is a 19 year veteran of the NHL. He played on seven NHL teams, represented Canada in two World Championships and played one pro season in Europe. In addition to concluding his playing career in the 89th spot amongst the NHL's all-time scoring leaders, Cliff is enshrined in the British Columbia Hockey Hall of Fame.
Al Iafrate has played 14 seasons as an NHL defenseman and is perhaps most famous for his rocket slap shot that set the NHL Skills Competition record which stood to 16 years, at 105.2 miles per hour (169.3km/h).
Jeff Friesen has played 14 seasons as an NHL winger. Playing nearly 7 seasons for the San Jose Sharks in addition to seasons with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, the New Jersey Devils and the Calgary Flames.
Glenn Anderson has played 17 seasons in the NHL. During his 12 year stay with the Edmonton Oilers, Glenn took home five Stanley Cups. He won another Stanley Cup with the New York Rangers while also playing several seasons for the Toronto Maple Leafs and the St. Louis Blues.
Bill Shibicky, son of Alex Shibicky, the first player to use a slapshot in a game, Bill played Junior for Abbotsford Flyers of the BCJHL (currently the BCHL). During his 1982-83 year he scored 162 points in 56 games. Bill also played for the Michigan State Spartans the following year, finishing second in points as a freshman. Bill brings 16 years of teaching experience to BASE.