the psp network team


Nick Hulberg

Nick Hulberg is the founder of Prostyle Production and the PSP Network. Originally from Minot, ND, Nick has always had a passion for sports and live event broadcasting. When Nick is not calling games he spends his time with his Daughter, Nora.

  Career Highlights:

  • Bismarck   Bobcats (NAHL) (4 seasons)
  • Elmira Jackals (ECHL) (1 season)
  • 2007 NAHL All-Star Series Broadcaster
  • Robertson Cup Championships Broadcaster.
  • Senior Broadcast Director- BEK Sports Network
  • Minot Skyrockets (CBA)
  • Minot Minotauros (NAHL)(6 seasons)
  • Minot State Hockey (ACHA) (9 seasons)
  • Nodak Speedway (6 seasons)
  • Dakota Classic Modified Tour
  • Minot Vistas
  • Minot Metros
  • Pro MMA
  • Minot State Broadcasting Instructor


Larry McFall

The Legendary Voice of Dirt Track Racing and Hockey in Minot, ND belongs to Larry McFall. McFall played goaltender for the first ever Minot High Magicians Hockey Team in the 1970's. Since Then he has been a staple at the rinks around the state. After his 22nd season as the "Voice" of Nodak Speedway, he was inducted into the Nodak Speedway Hall of Fame.

 Career Highlights:

  • Nodak Speedway (23 seasons) #HallofFame
  • Williston Basin Speedway (11 seasons)
  • Geographical Speedway (11 seasons)
  • Estavan Motor Speedway (6 seasons)
  • Minot High Hockey (20 seasons)
  • Minotauros Hockey (2 seasons)
  • Minot Muskies (2 seasons)
  • Minot Mallards (2 seasons)


Blake Friars

Blake Friars is a Minot State University Broadcast Major hailing from Bienfait, SK. He has been the Voice of Minot State Hockey for the last 4 seasons. Blake is known for his hockey knowledge and entertaining play by play.

Career Highlights:

  • Minot State Hockey (4 seasons)
  • Minotauros hockey (1 season)


Holly Johnson

Holly Johnson is a Minot High Graduate with one of the most impressive basketball resumes in the history Minot High Athletics. Holly will be a part of selected broadcasts as a color analyst.

 Holly holds several records at Minot High School including 

  • (most points single season-507)
  • (most points per game career average-17.7)
  • (most rebounds single season-288)
  • (most rebounds per game career average-11.5)

After being named North Dakota's Ms. Basketball, Johnson played college basketball for North Dakota State and The University of North Dakota before ending her career at Minot State University. 

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