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San Jose Sharks center Jamie Baker (#13) checks Florida Panthers left wings Bret Harkins Jan 16 at the Miami Arena.
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Jamie Baker (born August 31, 1966 in Nepean, Ontario) is a Canadian former hockey player, having played for the Quebec Nordiques, Ottawa Senators, San Jose Sharks and Toronto Maple Leafs, and is currently a radio color commentator for the San Jose Sharks. He was selected by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1988 NHL Supplemental Draft.

As a player, Baker is best known for scoring the series-winning goal for the San Jose Sharks in the seventh game of the 1994 Western Conference Quarterfinals against the heavily-favored Detroit Red Wings. Following an outstanding college career with the St. Lawrence University Skating Saints, Baker went on to play in parts of 10 NHL seasons. In 404 career games, he tallied 71 goals and 150 points. Baker also appeared in 25 Stanley Cup playoff games.

In 2005–06, he returned to the San Jose Sharks to join Dan Rusanowsky and David Maley on the Sharks' radio broadcast team. Baker would call most games with Rusanowsky, although he would occasionally be replaced by Maley when sent on assignments for the organization. On a number of occasions, Baker and Maley joined Rusanowsky in a popular "triple-cast" format. Beginning with the 2008–09 season, Baker also hosts pre-game and post-game shows for Sharks games on Comcast SportsNet Bay Area.

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