Bob Kaser was the original radio voice of the Kansas City Blades. He was the radio play-by-play man for ten years. He also served as director of communications and broadcasting. He won the Bob Chase Broadcaster of the Year for the 1993-1994 and 1997-1998 seasons. Prior to working for the Blades, Kaser worked for the IHL Flint Generals and Saginaw Gears, the Eastern League Erie Blades, and the WHL Seattle Thunderbirds. Kaser left the Blades after the 1999-2000 season to take a job with the Grand Rapids Griffins.

Gregg DeVitto was the Kansas City Blades radio voice in their final year of existence.

Don Fortune served as a color man for some Blades radio broadcasts and TV broadcasts during the team's first six years. Fortune has been part of KC media since 1963, starting with KMBC radio. He later was a TV sports anchor for 23 years, ten years at channel 9 and thirteen at channel 5. He also provided play-by-play for the CHL's Blues, MISL's Comets, and preseason Chiefs games.

Ken Hammond began his career in the broadcast booth in 1996. Hammond was a former Blade, who had played in the minors, as well as racking up 193 NHL games. Hammond retired from the Blades, after playing in 109 games from 1994-1996. Hammond served as color commentator for Bob Kaser's broadcasts.
Gary Emmons served as an assistant coach under Paul MacLean, after Lucien DeBlois left KC to take a scouting position with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks. Emmons had been the director of player personnel and development then previous season, and had played for the Blades for six years, serving as the team's captain. Emmons won the Turner Cup Finals in 1992. Emmons was and assistant coach two seasons. He then jumped into the broadcast booth for Blades games on the radio.
  Jeff Madill was a career minor leaguer and to many off his fans he was known as the "Mad Dog". Madill played for the Blades during the 1991-1992 Turner Cup season. He later played for Turner Cup winners in the Atlanta Knights and the Denver Grizzlies. He then returned to KC to finish up his career. At that point, Madill began his new career as a car salesman. He later hopped into the booth to help broadcast Blades games. He has also done high school games.

Steve Garrett was the public address announcer for the Blades home games at Kemper Arena. He is a local Kansas Citian, who is a weekend deejay for KCFX. Garrett 's "Ladies and gentlemen, Kaaaaaaaaaaansas City Goal!" call was a fan favorite.

Last updated June 19, 2005