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Old 06-25-2019, 02:20 PM   #1
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The full national schedule with the Flames being on for 22 games.
http://media.sportsnet.ca/2019/06/sportsnet-announces-2019-20-national-nhl-broadcast-schedule/


Here are the national schedules to each of Rogers three exclusive nights.
https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/...nada-schedule/
https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/...ckey-schedule/
https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/...-night-hockey/


The Flames have 15 HNIC games, six Sunday games, and one Wednesday game.
There will be more games added to the national television schedule later in the summer and that should be when the regional schedules are released. The Flames had 39 national games last season.
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All 82 Flames games will be televised including 39 nationally televised games!

https://media.sportsnet.ca/2019/08/c...20-nhl-season/


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Here are the Canucks and Oilers press releases and television schedules.

https://media.sportsnet.ca/2019/08/vancouvers-home-of-hockey-sportsnet-delivers-all-82-vancouver-canucks-games-for-2019-20-nhl-season/
https://media.sportsnet.ca/2019/08/edmontons-hockey-of-hockey-sportsnet-to-broadcast-all-82-edmonton-oilers-games-for-2019-20-nhl-season/


https://www.nhl.com/canucks/news/van...le/c-308686710
https://www.nhl.com/oilers/news/rele...on/c-308684154
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Old 08-30-2019, 05:28 AM   #4
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39 national games and 43 regional games

This is the same breakdown as last season which ties it for the highest total of national games for the Flames ever.

15/20 Saturday games (most to be on the CBC) with one game on Sportsnet at 1400h. There are also 5 regional games on Sportsnet West (one at 1100h and four at 1400h).

9/10 Sunday games, six on Sportsnet, two on SN360, and one on SN1. There is one regional matinee game on Sportsnet West.

4/6 Wednesday games, 2 on Sportsnet One, 1 on SN360, and 1 on Sportsnet. There are also two regional games and both of them will be on Sportsnet West.

The other eleven national games:
two Monday games, both on Sportsnet One
four Tuesday games, 2 on Sportsnet, 1 on SN360, and one on SN1
four Thursday games, 2 on SN360, 1 on Sportsnet, and one on SN1
one Friday game on Sportsnet and SN1
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I would like to cut the cable.

If I subscribe to NHL Centre Ice (or whatever it is) are Flames games blacked out?

Would I have to watch on the Sportsnet app? Was hoping for better quality..
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Old 09-05-2019, 04:10 PM   #6
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I would like to cut the cable.

If I subscribe to NHL Centre Ice (or whatever it is) are Flames games blacked out?

Would I have to watch on the Sportsnet app? Was hoping for better quality..
Same question for me, if it makes a difference, i live in Calgary.
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Sportsnet Now to watch local games.

Center ice gives you out of market games.
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It's the Hometown Hockey traveling road show where we can see the Sunday night hosts (MacLean and Slone). There are 4 Alberta locations.
https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/...edule-2019-20/
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Old 09-12-2019, 03:03 AM   #9
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Vancouver Canucks
36 national games and 46 regional games

This is an increase of two national games from last season.

20/21 Saturday games, 16 are HNIC games with most of them to be on the CBC. The other four are morning and matinee games and will be on Sportsnet. The one regional game, Canucks at Islanders, will be on Sportsnet Pacific.

5/10 Wednesday games, four on Sportsnet and one on SN360 and Sportsnet One.The five regional games will be on SN Pacific.

6/11 Sunday games with five games on Sportsnet and one on Sportnset One. The remaining five are regional games and will be on SN Pacific.

The other five national games:
two Tuesday games, one on SN1 and one on SN360
two Thursday games, one on SN1 and one on SN360
one Friday game on SN1

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40 national games and 42 regional games

This is an increase of one national game from last season and is the highest total for national games ever.

15/17 Saturdays 11 are HNIC games with most of them to be on the CBC. The other four are three morning games on Sportsnet and one matinee game to be on Sportsnet One. There are two regional games, both matinees on SN West.

9/13 Wednesdays with six games on Sportsnet, two on SN1, and one on SN360. The four regional games are all on SN West.

6/10 Sundays with four games on Sportsnet and two games on Sportsnet One. The four remaining games are regional and will be on SN West (2 matinees and 2 in the evening).

The other ten national games:
two Monday games, one on SN1 and one on Sportsnet
four Tuesday games, three on SN1 and one on SN360
one Thursday game on SN1
three Friday games, one on SN1 and two on Sportsnet

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Here are TSN's press release for its regional games and the schedules for its four teams that it will cover.

https://www.tsn.ca/toronto-maple-lea...edule-1.572246
https://www.tsn.ca/montreal-canadien...edule-1.838018
https://www.tsn.ca/winnipeg-jets-201...hedule-1.78584
https://www.tsn.ca/ottawa-senators-2...hedule-1.78008


Here is the RDS press release in french for the Habs and Senators.

https://www.bellmedia.ca/fr/salle-de...haines-de-rds/
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Here's the Leafs press release and TV schedule.
https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/...cast-schedule/
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Toronto Maple Leafs
39 national games and 43 regional games, this is one less game from last season

All 24 Saturdays with most, if not all on the CBC.

All 9 Wednesdays with 7 games on Sportsnet, one on SN1, and one on SN360.

All 3 Sundays and all of them on Sportsnet.

The other three national games:
one Monday game on Sportsnet
one Tuesday game on Sportsnet
one Friday game on SN1
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Montreal Canadiens
32 national games and 50 regional games, same as last season

22/24 Saturdays will be HNIC games on City, CBC, and Sportsnet, the two regional matinee games will be on TSN2.

All seven Wednesday games with 6 on Sportsnet and one on SN1.

3/5 Sunday games to be on Sportsnet, the two matinee regional games will be on TSN2.
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Ottawa Senators
27 national games and 55 regional games, same as last season

19/22 Saturdays will be HNIC games on the various national channels. The 3 regional morning/matinee games will be on TSN5.

7/9 Wednesdays are national games with six of them on Sportsnet and one on SN1. The 2 regional games will be on TSN5.

1/4 Sundays will be a national game against the Sharks on SN1. The 3 regional games will be on TSN5.
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Winnipeg Jets
22 national games and 60 regional games, same as last season

12/14 Saturdays will be HNIC games on the various national channels. The two regional matinees game will be on TSN3.

3/4 Wednesdays are national games and all 3 games will be on Sportsnet . The one regional game at San Jose will be on TSN3.

7/15 Sundays will be national games on Sportsnet and SN1. The eight regional games will be on TSN3.
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Good news for those outside of the Flames region. Tonight's Canucks-Flames game will have both play-by-play crews available nationally!

At 6:30 PM /1830h, Sportsnet West and SN360 will have the Flames commentators. The Pacific channel will have the Canucks feed. These channels will be taken away from the Habs-Panthers game at that time. The other 3 channels, SN East, Ontario, and SN1 will JIP the Canucks-Flames game once the Habs-Panthers game is over and will have the Canucks commentators.
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This is good to see. The Wednesday, January 29 battle of Alberta game has been promoted to be a national game! The game will be on Sportsnet 360 and Sportsnet (but not the Pacific channel) as part of a SN Wednesday Night hockey and TVA Sports french doubleheader. The Canucks at Sharks game will remain as a regional game on the Pacific channel.

There were complaints about the Flames-Oilers being a regional game when Sportsnet released their televsion schedule back in August. I have been told that the change was due to what happened in the previous game (Tkachuk-Kassian), complaints, and having the first battle of Alberta game being regional. It is nice knowing Sportsnet corrected a big mistake, especially on one of their marquee nights.
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Tonight's Blues-Flames game is now a national game on SN Pacific and West channels. This is due to the unfortunate postponement of the Clippers-Lakers game. The East and Ontario channels will show the Celtics-Heat NBA game and extensive post game dedicated to Kobe Bryant.
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Sportsnet is adding Capitals games to its schedule as Ovechkin closes in on 700 goals. It means these games will be taken off Centre Ice.

February 10, Islanders at Capitals on the Pacific and West channels

February 12, Capitals at Avalanche on Sportsnet, but, not the West channel and SN360. The Blues-Knights game was originally scheduled and will now be available on Centre Ice.
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Here is the Conference quarter final schedule in chronological order.



Tuesday, August 11 Game 1
BJs-Lightning at 1:00 PM, 1300h on SN, SN360, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Flames-Stars at 3:30 PM, 1530h on CBC, SN,
TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Hurricanes-Bruins at 6:00 PM, 1800h on CBC, SN,
TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Bhawks-Knights at 8:30 PM, 2030h on SN,
TVA Sports, and NBCSN



Wednesday, August 12 Game 1
Islanders-Capitals
at 1:00 PM, 1300h on SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Coyotes-Avalanche at 3:30 PM, 1530h on SN360
, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Habs-Flyers
at 6:00 PM, 1800h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Canucks-Blues
at 8:30 PM, 2030h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN



Thursday, August 13 Game 2
BJs-Lightning at 1:00 PM, 1300h on SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Bhawks-Knights at 3:30 PM, 1530h on SN360, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Hurricanes-Bruins at 6:00 PM, 1800h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Flames-Stars at 8:30 PM, 2030h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN



Friday, August 14 Game 2
Coyotes-Avalanche at Noon, 1200h on SN360
, TVA Sports, and NHL Network
Habs-Flyers
at 1:00 PM, 1300h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Canucks-Blues
at 4:30 PM, 1630h on SN, TVA Sports, and NHL Network
Islanders-Capitals at 6:00 PM, 1800h on FX, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Stars-Flames at 8:30 PM, 2030h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN Game 3



Saturday,
August 15 Game 3
Bruins-Hurricanes at 10:00 AM, 1000h on SN, TVA Sports, and NBC
Avalanche-Coyotes at 1:00 PM, 1300h on SN360, TVA Sports, and CNBC
BJs-Lightning at 5:30 PM, 1730h on SN360, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Knights-Bhawks at 6:00 PM, 1800h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBC



Sunday, August 16
Capitals-Islanders at 10:00 AM, 1000h on SN360, TVA Sports, and USA Network Game 3
Stars-Flames at Noon, 1200h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN Game 4
Knights-Bhawks at 4:30 PM, 1630h on SN1, SN360, TVA Sports, and NBCSN Game 4
Flyers-Habs at 6:00 PM, 1800h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBC Game 3
Blues-Canucks at 8:30 PM, 2030h on SN, TVA Sports, and CNBC Game 3



Monday, August 17 Game 4
BJs-Lightning at 1:00 PM, 1300h on SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN

Avalanche-Coyotes at 3:30 PM, 1530h on FX, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Bruins-Hurricanes at 6:00 PM, 1800h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Blues-Canucks at 8:30 PM, 2030h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN



Tuesday, August 18
Flyers-Habs at 1:00 PM, 1300h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN Game 4
Flames-Stars at 3:30 PM, 1530h on CBC, SN,and NBCSN Game 5
Capitals-Islanders at 6:00 PM, 1800h on SN, SN360, TVA Sports, and NBCSN Game 4
Bhawks-Knights at 8:30 PM, 2030h on SN, SN360, TVA Sports, and NBCSN Game 5



Wednesday, August 19 Game 5
BJs-Lightning at 10:00 AM, 1000h on SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Hurricanes-Bruins at 2:00 PM, 1400h on CBC, SN,
TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Coyotes-Avalanche at 3:30 PM, 1530h on SN360, NHL Network, and NBCSN (joined in progress)
Flyers-Habs at 6:00 PM, 1800h on CBC, SN, TVA Sports, and NBCSN
Blues-Canucks at 8:30 PM, 2030h on CBC, SN,and NBCSN
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