In December, Roenick, who serves as an National Hockey League analyst for NBC Sports, was suspended indefinitely without pay "making inappropriate comments about his co-workers", an NBC Sports spokesperson told The Wrap at that time.
"I" m very disappointed and angry today that I will not be returning to NBC", he said in the video.
He added: 'Even though I'm leaving NBC, I will not be gone for long. "I can not be returning to NBC", he mentioned earlier than thanking followers for his or her assist and vowing to be again on the air quickly "higher and extra motivated" to share his love of the sport.
NBC Sports confirmed Roenick "won't be returning", a spokesman said. "We have no further comment".
Later in the episode, Roenick spoke about Sharp's physical appearance as well. As a guest, he made comments about the appearance of broadcasters Kathryn Tappen, Patrick Sharp, and Anson Carter, including sexual comments about Tappen and Sharp.
Roenick also stated on the podcast which somebody asked about him on holiday with his wife and her buddy, and he explained he answered,"I play it off as we are going to bed every night, the three people". And he described Sharp as "so handsome". On the show, he talked about being on vacation recently with his wife and Tappen, and Roenick made multiple references to Tappen's looks and the possibility of their having a threesome.
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Tappen responded with a press release: "Whereas Jeremy and I proceed to be good mates, what he mentioned was unacceptable, particularly amongst office colleagues". "When you walk into every place and you have two blond bombshells on each side ... your chest pops out a lot more".
Shortly after the inappropriate comments, Roenick did have plenty of positive things to say about his friend and now former co-worker, complimenting Tappen's work ethic, preparedness and professionalism.
"He is so attractive, I'd have to think about it if he asked me, " said Roenick.
"I wouldn't say no right away", Roenick replied. In 2006, The Newark Star-Ledger reported that Roenick was one of several National Hockey League players implicated in Operation Slapshot - an investigation into a nationwide gambling ring launched by the New Jersey State Police. "Especially among workplace colleagues. I do not condone his comments", she said.
Roenick signed up with NBC Sports in 2010 as a studio analyst after playing 20 years in the National Hockey League, hanging out with the Blackhawks, Coyotes, Flyers, Sharks and Kings. He retired in 2009.