Kevin, a former NHL goaltender, is currently serving as the lead studio analyst for the NHL Network. He also serves as the game analyst for the international broadcasts of the Stanley Cup Finals.
In 1993, Kevin was drafted 41st overall by the Florida Panthers in the NHL entry draft. Kevin played 12 NHL seasons with seven teams, including an appearance at the 2002 Stanley Cup Finals with the Carolina Hurricanes.
In September of 2009, Kevin made history when he became the television’s first black hockey analyst. Kevin joined CBC’s iconic program, Hockey Night in Canada as a colour commentator, as well as co-host of CBC’s After Hours. Weekes transitioned seamlessly to the main stage of the worlds’ most popular hockey show when he took a position on the panel alongside Ron McLean at the famous Studio 42. Kevin has also made guest appearances on NBC and MSG Network’s Hockey Night Live! One of the highlights of his career was speaking on Capitol Hill in Washington twice, along with an invitation to the White House as a representative of the NHL.
Kevin has appeared on One Life to Live, Everybody Hates Chris, All My Children, and The View.
Known as one of hockey’s most charitable citizens, he is dedicated to numerous causes and youth based initiatives throughout North America and Barbados. Kevin’s philanthropic efforts have been focused on youth education and sports based charities, empowering youth to fulfill their dreams.