I know he's a rookie broadcaster, and he has said there's more learning and work to do. I think he's a great guy, always enjoyed his work on the ice, but find myself lately tuning into the opposing team's broadcast (I have NHL Center Ice).
Everything is either good, very good, or very, very good.
A player is playing well, very well, or very, very well.
very, Very...very, very
He needs to vary up his use of very.
I would recommend he takes another broadcasting class to learn synonyms and different ways of expressing oneself other than to use the word very, all, the...time...