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CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA Releases Broadcast Schedule PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maury Brown   
Thursday, 20 August 2009 16:33

CBC's Hockey Night in CanadaCBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA has announced a 76-game regular season broadcast schedule for the 2009-10 season, headlined by 25 all-Canadian matchups.

CBC’s 57th regular season makes its debut Thursday, Oct. 1, with an Original Six matchup between the Montreal Canadiens at the Toronto Maple Leafs, at 7 p.m. ET, followed by the Calgary Flames hosting the Vancouver Canucks, at 10 p.m. The action continues on Saturday, Oct. 3, as Scotiabank Hockey Tonight makes its regular season debut, at 6:30 p.m. ET, followed by four more big matchups: Toronto at Washington, Montreal at Buffalo and Ottawa at NY Rangers, at 7 p.m. ET (distribution TBD), with Calgary taking on Edmonton, at 10 p.m. ET.

The 2009 Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins make their first of four appearances on CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA when they face-off against the Maple Leafs in Toronto, on Saturday, Oct. 10, at 7 p.m. ET, followed by a Western Conference matchup, at 10 p.m. ET, between Montreal and Edmonton.

Other highlights from CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA 2009-10 broadcast schedule include: the Scotiabank Hockey Tonight pre-game show with host Ron MacLean, Saturday night doubleheaders all season long and marquee games, including the 2009 Hall of Fame Game, on Nov. 7, the Canadiens 100th Anniversary Game versus the Bruins, the NHL Winter Classic from Fenway Park and the 10th annual TIM HORTONS HOCKEY DAY IN CANADA from Stratford, Ont. The season culminates with the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs and exclusive coverage of the 2010 Stanley Cup Final. Additional games may be added to CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA broadcast schedule closer to the start of the season.

Viewers of CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA regular season coverage will again be able to watch the CBC game of their choice with live and on-demand online video streaming of all games, including Scotiabank Hockey Tonight and CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada I-Desk—all available at CBCSports.ca.

Hockey fans can visit CBCSports.ca 24 hours a day, seven days a week for live and on-demand video streaming of all games as well as comprehensive NHL coverage, including weekly columns and insider Twitter updates from CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA personalities, breaking news, in-depth reports, broadcast schedules and more.

Complete broadcast details for the upcoming season of CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA will be available in the coming weeks.

Select Read More to see the 2009 CBC HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA broadcast schedule

2009-10 BROADCAST SCHEDULE

SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE / DISTRIBUTION TBD /

ADDITIONAL BROADCASTS MAY BE ADDED

 

Thursday, October 1                7 p.m. ET         Montreal at Toronto

10 p.m. ET       Vancouver at Calgary

 

Saturday, October 3                 6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Toronto at Washington

7 p.m. ET         Montreal at Buffalo

7 p.m. ET         Ottawa at New York Rangers

10 p.m. ET       Calgary at Edmonton

 

Saturday, October 10               6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Pittsburgh at Toronto

10 p.m. ET       Montreal at Edmonton

 

Saturday, October 17               6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         New York Rangers at Toronto

7 p.m. ET         Ottawa at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Minnesota at Vancouver

 

Saturday, October 24               6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Toronto at Vancouver

7 p.m. ET         New York Rangers at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Edmonton at Calgary

 

Saturday, October 31               2 p.m. ET         Atlanta at Ottawa

6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Toronto at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Detroit at Calgary

 

Saturday, November 7 6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         2009 Hall of Fame Game: Detroit at Toronto

7 p.m. ET         Tampa Bay at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       New York Rangers at Calgary

 

Saturday, November 14           6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Calgary at Toronto

7 p.m. ET         NY Rangers at Ottawa

10 p.m. ET       Vancouver at Colorado

 

 

Saturday, November 21           6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Washington at Toronto

7 p.m. ET         Detroit at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Chicago at Edmonton

 

Saturday, November 28           6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Washington at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Edmonton at Vancouver

 

Friday, December 4                  7 p.m. ET         Canadiens 100th Anniversary: Boston at Montreal

 

Saturday, December 5              6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Toronto at Boston

10 p.m. ET       Calgary at San Jose

 

Saturday, December 12            6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Washington at Toronto

10 p.m. ET       Minnesota at Vancouver

 

Saturday, December 19            6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Boston at Toronto

7 p.m. ET         Nashville at Calgary

10 p.m. ET       Washington at Edmonton

 

Saturday, December 26            6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Montreal at Toronto

10 p.m. ET       Edmonton at Vancouver

 

Friday, January 1                      12:30 p.m. ET  NHL Winter Classic Pre-game

1 p.m. ET         NHL Winter Classic: Philadelphia at Boston

 

Saturday, January 2                  6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Toronto at Calgary

10 p.m. ET       Edmonton at San Jose

 

Saturday, January 9                  6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Pittsburgh at Toronto

7 p.m. ET         New Jersey at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Calgary at Vancouver

Sunday, January 16                  6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Ottawa at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Pittsburgh at Vancouver

Saturday, January 23                1 p.m. ET         Ottawa at Boston

6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Toronto at Florida

7 p.m. ET         New York Rangers at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Chicago at Vancouver

 

 

Saturday, January 30                12 p.m. ET       Tim Hortons Hockey Day in Canada

2 p.m. ET         Montreal at Ottawa

5 p.m. ET         Tim Hortons Hockey Day in Canada

6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Vancouver at Toronto

10 p.m. ET       Edmonton at Calgary

 

Saturday, February 6                2 p.m. ET         Pittsburgh at Montreal

6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Ottawa at Toronto

10 p.m. ET       Edmonton at Colorado

 

Sunday, February 7                  3 p.m. ET         Boston at Montreal

 

Saturday, February 13              6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Philadelphia at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Anaheim at Calgary

 

Saturday, March 6                   6:30 p.m. ET   Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Toronto at Ottawa

10 p.m. ET       Montreal at Los Angeles

 

Saturday, March 13                  6:30 p.m. ET   Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Edmonton at Toronto

7 p.m. ET         Boston at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Ottawa at Vancouver

 

Saturday, March 20                  2 p.m. ET         Ottawa at Dallas

6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Montreal at Toronto

10 p.m. ET       Detroit at Vancouver

 

Saturday, March 27                  6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         New York Rangers at Toronto

7 p.m. ET         New Jersey at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Vancouver at San Jose

 

Saturday, April 3                      2 p.m. ET         Ottawa at New York Islanders

6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Boston at Toronto

7 p.m. ET         Buffalo at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Edmonton at Phoenix

 

Saturday, April 10                    6:30 p.m. ET    Scotiabank Hockey Tonight

7 p.m. ET         Toronto at Montreal

10 p.m. ET       Calgary at Vancouver

Source: CBC, National Hockey League


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