Brittany Devane

Brittany Devane

Reporter/Sports Reporter
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Brittany joined the WVII/WFVX team in August 2012 and quickly found a home in the sports department, where she works as a reporter and weekend anchor. She is originally from Framingham, MA and graduated cum laude from Boston University with a Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism.

She's also the station's sideline reporter and has appeared on nationally broadcast UMaine football games, along with NESCom-aided productions of Husson Eagles' football and basketball games.

Before coming to Maine, she spent the summer of 2012 in London, working as an Olympic Correspondent for GoLocal Worcester. Previously, she was also the Boston Bruins and Hockey East intern for NESN. Adding to her intern experience, she worked on the nightly news magazine show "Chronicle" for WCVB.

She's a huge hockey fan who can usually be found around the Alfond. If she's not there, check the local football field sidelines, or the Cross Insurance Center during basketball games!

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Bader on the Brink

BANGOR - It's a night Ryan Bader has been training for for months, and come Saturday, there will be plenty on the line during UFC Fight Night's main event.

Maine Football Media Day Fun

ORONO - Much of the Maine football team has spent the summer in Orono. After spending all that time together, just how well do the Black Bears know each other? Take a look.

Filling Space in the "Black Hole"

ORONO - In college football, player turnover year to year is inevitable. But it's not every season Maine loses NFL caliber talent from its secondary. Even without the likes of last year's starters Kendall James and Jamal Clay, the Black Bears feel they're doing a good job filling space in the "Black Hole."

How to Tie a Fly

CORINNA - As we hit the midpoint of summer, it's the perfect time to cast a line. But do you have the perfect bait? Ron McKusick teaches Brittany Devane how to tie a fly.

Bangor's Winning Ways Lead to Big Decision

BANGOR - On Wednesday the Bangor legion team will be making the trek to Connecticut to compete in the Northeast Regional. But the decision for some players to travel with the team wasn't as easy as you might think.

Former UMaine Goalie Given Two-Year Extension

TAMPA BAY –The Tampa Bay Lightning have signed goaltender Ben Bishop to a two-year contract extension today, vice president and general manager Steve Yzerman announced.

Bishop, 6-foot-7, 214 pounds, posted a 37-14-7 record last season in 63 games. He also recorded a .924 save percentage and a 2.23 goals-against average. He ranked fourth in the NHL for games played and wins, as well as seventh for save percentage and goals-against average. Bishop’s five shutouts placed fifth in the NHL and were the second-most ever posted in franchise history. He set Lightning single season records for wins, save percentage and goals-against average. Bishop set the franchise mark for most saves in a game on January 19 at Carolina with 48. His 1,625 saves were the second most in a season by a Lightning goaltender. His successful season led to a nomination for the Vezina Trophy, given annually to the player voted to be the league’s best netminder.

The Denver, Colorado native has played in 108 career NHL games with the Lightning, Ottawa Senators and St. Louis Blues. He has posted a career record of 55-31-11 with eight shutouts, a .920 save percentage and a 2.40 goals-against average.

Bishop was selected by St. Louis in the third round, 85th overall, of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft out of the University of Maine. He was acquired by Tampa Bay from Ottawa on April 3, 2013 in exchange for forward Cory Conacher and a fourth-round draft pick in 2013.

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