Winterhawks Radio Network

Catch all the action this season on KPAM 860 AM and the Winterhawks Radio Network.

All of the regular season and playoff action will be heard live this season on multiple platforms, either over-the-air on KPAM 860 AM, the team's online radio network, and smartphone apps.

In addition, every Monday night from 6 - 7 p.m. the Hawks will have an exclusive "Hawkey Talk" show on KPAM, hosted by Ron Callan. "Hawkey Talk" will feature weekly updates from General Manager & Head Coach Jamie Kompon, play-by-play announcer Todd Vrooman, player interviews, and questions from fans. Don't miss this exclusive weekly show!

You can also tune in to all games on your smartphone or tablet by downloading the free Live365 app from your marketplace. Just search for "Winterhawks" in the app, then make it a preset and you can tune in anytime!


Along with the games, the Winterhawks will use the online network to broadcast team-related content 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Fans can find the station by visiting and clicking the “Listen Live” link at the top of the page. Fans can also listen to games on KPAM 860 AM.


Todd Vrooman, Radio Play-By-Play

The 2014-15 season is Todd Vrooman's fifth as the Winterhawks' play-by-play announcer, and seventh in the booth after two seasons as the color analyst.
Vrooman is also the team's broadcast communications manager, responsible for all content that appears on the team’s online radio network.
Vrooman is the son of long-time Winterhawks radio play-by-play announcer Dean “Scooter” Vrooman.


Andy Kemper, Radio Analyst

Andy Kemper returns to the analyst's chair for team broadcasts in 2014-15, where he began in 2004 before becoming the play-by-play voice for several seasons.

A native Oregonian, Kemper attended the first-ever Winterhawk game in October of 1976 at the age of 10 and was hooked. After over 20 years as a fan and season ticket holder, Kemper joined the broadcast crew as the color analyst in 2004-05 working alongside Dean "Scooter" Vrooman. When Vrooman retired prior to the 2007-08 season, Kemper slid over to the play-by-play chair.

A self-proclaimed "stats geek", Kemper tracks a variety of statistics that help add another depth to his broadcasts. In addition to his hockey radio duties, Kemper also works full time as a software salesman in the electronic design automation market.

Kemper resides in Hillsboro with his wife Vicki and daughter Aiden.