2013-14 TSN Canadiens Schedule

TSN will have 30 regional Canadiens broadcasts this season, as only 7 Habs games are not broadcast on English television. Here is the press release:

TSN Canadiens returns with exclusive English-language regional coverage of the Montreal Canadiens. In total, TSN Canadiens delivers a package of 30 Canadiens match-ups from the 2013-14 NHL regular season to fans in the team’s broadcast region. Coverage begins with Montreal @ Edmonton on Thursday, Oct. 10 at 9:30 p.m. ET.

TSN Canadiens’ regional games complement the 15 Montreal games that air on TSN as part of the network’s national NHL broadcast package.

Broadcast Team

Calling the action on TSN Canadiens is play-by-play commentator Dave Randorf, who will be joined by game analysts Dave Reid and Bobby Dollas throughout the season.

Montreal bureau reporter John Lu will be following the team all season long to deliver news on the team on SPORTSCENTRE and across the TSN’s slate of programs and platforms.

And the full schedule.

6 thoughts on “2013-14 TSN Canadiens Schedule

  1. I’m curious, did TSN sign a new regional deal to broadcast Canadiens games in English? The previous deal was for 3 years covering 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13, which expired at the end of last season.

  2. Quick typo, 8 Habs games are not in english.

  3. It’s been nice having the English option of watching the Canadiens the last few years regionally, something that had been lacking for a long time. Their Montreal media roundtables during the intermission are decent. The only thing I’d like better is if they had someone more “local” calling the games like they do in pretty much every other city. Nothing against Dave Randorf but I don’t associate him with the Habs as he’s got several other duties at TSN and I believe commutes in from Markham, ON. Couldn’t they just John Bartlett on TV and have someone else call them on radio for those 30 games (Elliot Price or even Rick Moffat again since CJAD is now or will soon be under the Bell umbrella). Admittedly I usually flip back and forth between RDS and the English broadcast (TSN or CBC) when watching Habs games.

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