2013-14 TSN Jets Schedule

TSN’s regional Jets channel will broadcast 63 games this season. Here is the press release:

TSN Jets is back with dedicated regional coverage of the Winnipeg Jets, In total, TSN Jets has exclusive regional coverage of 63 Jets games from the 2013-14 NHL season – including eight all-Canadian match-ups.

TSN Jets regional games complement the five Jets games to air on TSN as part of the network’s national NHL broadcast package.

TSN Jets coverage kicks off with three preseason games starting with Minnesota @ Winnipeg on Thursday, Sept. 19 at 7 p.m. CT.

TSN Jets will feature play-by-play commentary by veteran broadcaster and Manitoba native Dennis Beyak. Colour commentary duties will be shared by Mike Johnson,  Brian Engblom and Shane Hnidy.  Once again, TSN Jets will bring fans 30-minute pre- and post-game shows for every game, hosted by TSN’s team of hockey experts and Insiders.

TSN’s Sara Orlesky continues as the network’s permanent Winnipeg Bureau reporter, following the Jets all season long to deliver news on the team across TSN’s slate of programs and platforms.

And the full schedule.

4 thoughts on “2013-14 TSN Jets Schedule

  1. It really is unreal that for many providers that Jets fans pay $10 a month to get TSN JETS.

    • Actually that’s likely fairer than bundling it into the main package and getting every customer to pay for it, including the majority than aren’t Jets fans. I suppose you could argue that $10 is gouging and it should be half that but that’s where the market is.

      Anyone know if this price is being set by TSN or the TV providers themselves.

      • One could argue that every other team’s games are included with the regular Sportsnet/SN1 and TSN channels, with the exception of a few Leafs games.

        And yeah, $10 seems like a bit much. Especially when TSN shows 10+ games on the main channel for every team, but only half of that for the Jets to keep games for the $10 package.

        • I think the price is largely set by the providers. Is TSN-Jets free on Bell Satellite? I guess it works out to a buck or two per game which is not that bad at all. Way better price and production than Oilers PPV games were back in the day.

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