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TSN Has CFL Preseason This June

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TSN has announced its 2012 CFL preseason TV schedule. Here is the press release, followed by the schedule.

The gridiron is heating up across the country, as Canada’s Sports Leader kicks off the 2012 CFL season with live pre-season double-header action on June 13 featuring Toronto @ Hamilton at 7 p.m. ET immediately followed by Saskatchewan @ B.C. at 10 p.m. ET on TSN.

In total, TSN and TSN2 have live coverage of four pre-season games with live coverage also available on TSN Mobile TV, TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto and Team 1410 in Vancouver. In addition, games are available on-demand online at TSN.ca (see complete CFL pre-season broadcast schedule below).

The networks’ CFL pre-season coverage features play-by-play commentators Chris Cuthbert and Rod Black in the broadcast booth alongside game analysts Glen Suitor and Duane Forde. The popular CFL ON TSN panel is back to break down all the action on – and off – the field with host Dave Randorf and analysts Chris Schultz, Matt Dunigan, Jock Climie and Milt Stegall.

Throughout the pre-season, TSN.ca gives fans a comprehensive CFL season preview package featuring an in-depth look at all the teams as they prepare for the regular season and analysis from TSN’s stable of football experts and Insiders.

Wednesday 6/13, 7:00pm – Toronto Argonauts @ Hamilton Tiger Cats – TSN
Wednesday 6/13, 10:00pm – Saskatchewan Roughriders @ B.C. Lions – TSN
Friday 6/15, 9:00pm – Edmonton Eskimos @ Calgary Stampeders – TSN2
Wednesday 6/20, 8:00pm – Hamilton Tiger Cats @ Winnipeg Blue Bombers – TSN2

Written by canadiansportsmedia

24 May, 2012 at 8:10pm

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  1. This schedule is not fan friendly. Those of us how are passionate about our football think the pre-season TV coverage is poor and reflects a silly decision by someone. I say, get on the ball or get on the bus.

    Gary Baker

    19 June, 2012 at 5:10pm

    • How exactly is it not fan friendly? I’d say having about half the preseason games on TV is pretty good.

      canadiansportsmedia

      20 June, 2012 at 10:47am


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