Emily Kaplan is an American personality working as a reporter and journalist for National NHL at ESPN.com. She has been committed to ESPN since July 2017, making her nearly 5 years with the company. Most often, she remains in the news because of her ongoing topics of news and the NHL games and also because she often takes interviews with the contenders participating in the games.
Emily Kaplan was born on 7th May 1991 and was brought up along with her two sisters (one elder and one younger) by her loving and adorable parents named Dave Kaplan and Naomi Kaplan. Between 2005 and 2009, Emily went to Montclair High School. In 2009, Emily went to Penn State University, where she received her graduation in journalism in 2013.
Emily’s dad used to work as a Sunday sports editor for the New York Daily News. Her sisters’ names are Leah Kaplan (elder sister) and Eva Kaplan (younger sister). She said that she used to have a complexion because of being the middle child in the family and always used to think that her dad used to hate her. Inherently, she got close to her father and chose to do what he was. Her dad was a huge fan of hockey and she developed her interest in the same game so the father-daughter duo used to spend hours together watching Rangers games.
Emily Kaplan Career
Emily Kaplan is currently serving as a reporter for The Walt Disney coverage of NHL and is also working as the co-host of In The Crease- the podcast of ESPN NHL. She is a reporter, hockey writer, and journalist working for ESPN.com. Together with the podcast In The Crease and the famous sportscaster Linda Cohn (Hall of Fame), she brings some special insides of the perspectives, relationships, and reporting of the latest headlines, stories, sports news, and all other things that go on and off the ice.
Kaplan has been an employee with ESPN since 2017 and has covered various headlines starting from Stanley Cup Finals to the COVID-19 pandemic seasonal reportings, the NHL’s struggling periods, the anxieties, and the hard work of the NHL players during the pandemic season, and how they mentally cope with the situations. Kaplan is a regular reporter on the ESPN Channel and used to host weekday programs discussing topical sports issues with journalists around the globe.
Before joining ESPN, Emily Kaplan has worked as a staff writer for sports illustrated (2014 to 2017), Sports Intern at Boston Globe (May 2013 to August 2013), Stringer at the Associated Press (2010 to 2013), and Penn State Football Reporter at The Philadelphia Inquirer (September 2012 to January 2013).
Emily Kaplan Biography
|Real Name||Emily Kaplan|
|Birth Date||7 May 1991|
|Age (as of 2022)||31 Years|
|Birth Place||New Jersey, United States|
|College||Penn State University|
|Qualification||Graduate in Journalism|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 6” – in Centimeters – 168 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 54 kg – in Pounds – 119 lbs|
|Sister||Two (Leah & Eva Kaplan)|
|Who is her boyfriend?||None|
Among the various ups and downs, posting people on regular news of NHL and making people stay tuned with the channel ESPN, she is the kind of personality who doesn’t believe in revealing much about her personal life. She has not given any clue regarding her marriage life. It is not known whether she is married or not or has any children or committed to anyone in a romantic way, etc.
Emily Kaplan Net Worth
Emily is surely earning well because of her only profession of journalism. She is a kind of personality who has got a strong foot in the industry with her special command over journalism in the NHL field. For the moment, Emily’s estimated net worth can be somewhere around $3 million, which is enough to give her enough name and fame in the industry.
- While she was in 9th grade, she used to work on the freelanced stories for her hometown for the weekly paper called The Montclair Times. Since she was below 18 and she was working hard, she used to get around $12 per article for her work.
- At the age of 6, Emily had a great interest in hockey and related games. She along with her father used to watch the hockey games together and their foremost favorite team was Rangers of the New York.
- Since childhood, her favorite summer place where her family used to visit was her grandfather’s Cape Cod, where her grandfather built a house in his 60s and the family used to visit the place in summers since then. Emily says that there was something serene about spending summers in New England at the Grandfathers’ house.