Kenny still tries to keep up with sports even when he isn't working.
Kenny says his father, another famous sportscaster Marv, always introduces him as his brother because he doesn't want to feel old.
Kenny says he knew from age five that sportscasting is what he wanted to do when he grew up.
Kenny's favorite sport growing up was hockey.
Kenny says the key to him working with Daryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa is that they all get along.
In 2009, Kenny called an NFL game, an MLB playoff game, an NHL game, and an NBA game on back-to-back-to-back-to-back nights.
Kenny graduated from New York University in 1990.
Kenny was only 21 at the time of his first NHL broadcast.
Kenny is a regular blogger for the New York Knicks and New York Rangers on MSG.com.
Kenny believes Tony Siragusa is the funniest color analyst he has worked with.
Kenny admits to spending hours on the Internet everyday.
Kenny is subscribed to five different newspapers.
Kenny resides in Bergen County, New Jersey.
Kenny and his wife have two daughters together.
Kenny admits to spending over a hundred days each year travelling.
Kenny describes his time with Anton Newspapers as "invaluable."
Kenny graduated from Schreiber High School in Port Washington, New York.
Despite being born in New York City, Kenny was raised in Sands Point, New York.
Kenny received a tape recorder for his fifth birthday to practice his sportscasting.
Kenny wrote stories for the Anton Newspapers in high school.
Kenny called games from the seats when he was a kid, watching Knicks games at Madison Square Garden.