Sports on Canadian TV: March 26 & 27

Here is the Sports on Canadian TV schedule for the last weekend in March.

Saturday March 26
F1: Australian GP, Qualifying – 1:55am on TSN (HD)
Curling: World Women’s, Page Playoff – 5:00am on TSN (HD)
Golf: Open de Andalucia, 3rd Round – 9:00am on GOLF (HD)
Curling: World Women’s, Semifinal – 10:00am on TSN (HD)
Soccer: Wales vs. England – 10:55am on TSN2 (HD)
Snowboard: US Grand Prix – 12:00pm on RSN East/Ontario (HD)
CIS Hockey: National Semifinal – 1:30pm on Sportsnet
MLS: Portland vs. Toronto – 2:00pm on TSN (HD)
Snowboard: Arosa Snowboardcross – 2:00pm on CBC
PGA: Arnold Palmer Invit., 3rd Round – 2:30pm on Global (HD)
MLS: Vancouver vs. Philadelphia – 4:00pm on RSN One (HD)
NCAA BB: Butler vs. Florida – 4:20pm on CBS (HD)
NASCAR: Nationwide at Fontana – 5:00pm on TSN2 (HD)
CIS Hockey: National Semifinal – 6:30pm on Sportsnet
NCAA BB: Arizona vs. UConn – 6:55pm on CBS (HD)
NHL: Maple Leafs @ Red Wings – 7:00pm on CBC (HD)
NHL: Capitals @ Canadiens – 7:00pm on CBC Montreal
NBA: Nets @ Hawks – 7:00pm on NBA TV (HD)
NHL: Flames @ Oilers – 10:00pm on CBC (HD)
UFC: Davis vs. Nogueira – 10:00pm on Sportsnet (HD)
NBA: Raptors @ Clippers – 10:30pm on RSN One (HD)

Sunday March 27
F1: Australian Grand Prix – 1:55am on TSN (HD)
Curling: World Women’s, Final – 9:00am on TSN (HD)
Golf: Open de Andalucia, Final Round – 9:00am on GOLF (HD)
IndyCar: Grand Prix of St. Petersburg – 12:30pm on ABC (HD)
AHL: Heat @ Moose – 1:00pm on CBC
NHL: Senators @ Thrashers – 2:00pm on RSN East (HD)
NCAA BB: Regional Final – 2:10pm on CBS (HD)
PGA: Arnold Palmer Invit., Final Round – 2:30pm on Global (HD)
NASCAR: Sprint Cup at Fontana – 3:00pm on Fox (HD)
NCAA BB: Regional Final – 4:55pm on CBS (HD)
NHL: Canucks @ Blue Jackets – 5:00pm on RSN Pacific (HD)
NBA: Rockets @ Heat – 6:00pm on RSN One (HD)
CIS Hockey: National Final – 7:00pm on RSN East/Ontario/West
Hockey: Clarkson Cup Final – 8:00pm on TSN
NBA: Blazers @ Thunder – 8:00pm on NBA TV (HD)
NBA: Mavericks @ Suns – 10:30pm on NBA TV (HD)

3 thoughts on “Sports on Canadian TV: March 26 & 27

  1. Seriously? Maple Leafs-Red Wings goes totally national tomorrow, save Montreal?

    The Habs should at least get the Atlantic provinces tomorrow night. I get that maybe the Red Wings are mildly interesting to Canucks fans and Southern Ontario, but the Leafs are toast and Caps/Habs is a fine matchup.

    Poor decision.

    • Usually I hate it when CBC airs the Leafs nationally, but I’ve got to agree with them here. Leafs aren’t toast, but if they don’t win they will be. Detroit is a possible 1st round matchup for Calgary, if they somehow manage to get in.

      I think there are more Leafs and Wings fans in the Maritimes combined than Habs and Caps combined. Its an Original Six matchup that only happens once a year. Next to Habs-Red Wings, it is probably my favourite inter-conference matchup.

      • I guess there’s a case to be made for it, but I think there’s an equally good case to be made for a playoff-bound Canadian team versus a division leader.

        I just don’t see how the Leafs have a shot at this point – 3 points behind 8th with the 8th and 9th place teams having two games in hand is awfully hard to overcome.

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