The NHL TV free agency does not stop.
The latest signing is Kevin Weekes to ESPN as a studio and game analyst, The Post has learned.
Weekes, 46, is currently an analyst on NHL Network. The former goalie spent two seasons each with the Rangers and Devils and part of one season with the Islanders.
ESPN and TNT take over the national NHL coverage beginning next season. Each network signed seven-year deals.
In other ESPN NHL news, the network also plans to use Bob Wischusen as a play-by-player, according to sources. Wischusen, who does college football and hoops for ESPN and is the radio voice of the Jets, called about 25 Rangers games per year as the TV and radio backup in the early 2000s.
ESPN has not decided on its No. 1 NHL play-by-player yet, as it is considering either “Monday Night Football’s” Steve Levy or its college football No. 2, Sean McDonough, for the gig. It has already signed Ray Ferraro and Brian Boucher as top analysts, who are expected to work the Stanley Cup Final.
It has also inked Leah Hextall, who will do some play-by-play as well.