NHL All Star Bill Clement played eleven years for Calgary, Philadelphia, and Washington. He is now a game analyst for ESPN.
He also works select games on ESPN2 and in 2000 became the lead analyst for ABC Sports' NHL telecasts. In 1999, he became the official ESPN Radio NHL reporter, making weekly appearances on the Morning Show, the Dan Patrick Show, the Tony Kornheiser Show and Gameday. Clement has worked every Stanley Cup Finals telecast since 1986.
In 1992-93, Clement served as ESPN's NHL studio analyst. He first served as ESPN's NHL game analyst from 1986 to 1988. From 1988 to 1992, he was the analyst for Philadelphia Flyers games on PRISM and during the Stanley Cup Finals for SportsChannel America. He also worked Flyers local over-the-air telecasts (WGBS-TV from 1988-91 and WPHL-TV 1991-92). He was an ice-level reporter for NBC's coverage of the NHL All-Star Games in 1992 and '93. Clement served as an analyst for TNT at the 1992 Winter Olympics and as the studio analyst for the 1991 Canada Cup on CTV (Canada).
He received the 1992 CableACE Award for his work in the playoffs and in a 1996 reader survey conducted by The Hockey News was voted "Favorite National TV Personality"
Clement, who served as an analyst for select MSG telecasts of New Jersey Devils games, was a guest commentator on USA Network's NHL telecasts during his playing career.
In early 1990, Clement entered the world of motivational speaking and is now making corporate presentations on a national basis. He is also a trained actor and model who has appeared in more than 250 television advertisements, including ones for Chevrolet, Deep Woods Off, Hardees, and NAPA. Clement also appeared in the ABC soap opera All My Children in July 1986.
The former center began his pro career with the Flyers organization in 1970 and played for two Stanley Cup champions (1974-75) with the "Broad Street Bullies." After one season (1975-76) with the Capitals in which he played in the All-Star Game, Clement was traded to the Atlanta Flames; he played for five seasons and was selected to his second All-Star Game (1978). In 1980, he moved with the Flames to Calgary, where he finished his career in 1982.