Adrian is in his 14th year as the Grizzlies Radio/TV Play-By-Play Broadcaster and also doubles as the team's Vice President/Communications and Broadcasting assisting in the day-to-day management operations of the hockey club. Denny’s aggressive approach with the team’s marketing has helped increase individual ticket sales and overall attendance seven times over the last eight seasons and to an average of 5,666 fans-per-game in 2017-2018; the team's highest average since 2003-2004. From a broadcasting standpoint, Denny manages the team’s relationships with broadcast partners KUTV/KMYU, ESPN 700 and KSOP AM/FM. He is in his 16th season as a member of the Grizzlies broadcast team and was selected to the broadcast team for the 2009 and 2011 ECHL All-Star television broadcast that was seen throughout North America on multiple outlets. He broadcasted his 500th consecutive Grizzlies game on December 17, 2011 in Colorado. In addition, he served as an anchor/reporter/producer at KFAN from 2002-2005. The Holladay, Utah resident also provided radio play-by-play/color analysis for the Salt Lake Bees AAA baseball team from 2005-2007 during televised games and co-hosted the team’s radio show “Bees Clubhouse” on KFAN. In addition to the team’s marketing/broadcasting department, the 36-year-old Utah native, oversees the Grizzlies public relations, website, and assists in hockey operations. Denny is a University of Utah graduate, season ticket holder and Crimson Club Member for Utes Athletics and a product of Skyline High School in Salt Lake County. He joined the Grizzlies as an intern in October of 2002.