NHL Canadian TV Schedule: April 8–11

UPDATE: A few changes for Saturday. Sens-Flyers will be shown nationally on Sportsnet except in the Ottawa viewing area; Flames-Jets will also now be shown nationally except in the Winnipeg viewing area; Detroit-Carolina moves to FX Canada and Penguins-Sabres is added to the schedule on City.


7:30pm, Toronto at Columbus: SN (Dave Randorf, Garry Galley, Elliotte Friedman)
8pm, Boston at Washington: TVA Sports
10:30pm, Dallas at Anaheim: SN


7pm, Ottawa at NY Rangers: TSN5*, RDS2*
7:30pm, Detroit at Montreal: SN East*, City Montreal*, RDS*
7:30pm, Boston at Florida: TVA Sports
9pm, Winnipeg at Colorado: TSN3*
9pm, Los Angeles at Calgary: SN West
9:30pm, San Jose at Edmonton: SN360 (Kevin Quinn, Louis DeBrusk, Drew Remenda, Mark Spector, Gene Principe)
10pm, Arizona at Vancouver: SN Pacific*


7pm, NY Islanders at Pittsburgh: SN360, TVA Sports 2
7pm, Buffalo at Columbus: Sabres TV*


12:30pm, Ottawa at Philadelphia: SN*, TSN5*, RDS2*
12:30pm, NY Rangers at Washington: TVA Sports
3pm, Calgary at Winnipeg: TSN3*, SN*
3pm, San Jose at Los Angeles: NBC West
3pm, Minnesota at St. Louis: NBC East
7pm, Montreal at Toronto: CBC, TVA Sports (Bob Cole, Greg Millen, Glenn Healy, Scott Oake)
7pm, Detroit at Carolina: FX Canada
7pm, Pittsburgh Penguins at Buffalo Sabres: City
7:30pm, Boston at Tampa Bay: SN1
9pm, Chicago at Colorado: WGN, TVA Sports 2
10pm, Edmonton at Vancouver: CBC (Jim Hughson, Craig Simpson, Cassie Campbell-Pascall)

14 thoughts on “NHL Canadian TV Schedule: April 8–11

  1. LA/Calgary on Thursday is a huge game, and yet they put the Oilers national on SN360? Is there not a way they could flip the two games?

    • The Kings-Flames game will be national. It will be shown on Sportsnet West and the same will happen on Saturday. The exception is Manitoba viewers will be blacked out. This was mentioned on Sportscentral.

      • Thanks for the info. Seems a little strange SN can make it a national broadcast on Saturday when TSN is showing it regionally.

        • Viewers in Manitoba will be blacked out from both of the Sportsnet West games. They will see the Jets feed on Saturday and for tonight, the Jets-Avalanche on TSN3 is the reason the Kings-Flames game is blacked out.

      • My guide on Bell TV has it blacked out tonight. I’m in Ontario.

  2. This tweet came out from SN. Sportsnet ‏@Sportsnet 1h1 hour ago

    NHL action TONIGHT: Wings/Habs (7:30pmET – East); Kings/Flames (9pmET – West); Sharks/Oilers (9:30pmET – 360); Coyotes/Canucks (7pmPT – Pac)

    Looks like clearly the Flames are just on SN West regional restrictions likely applying.

    And definitely cannot see the Flames-Jets game on national TV if it is shown in the Jets region on TSN.

  3. Will all the playoff games be on Rogers and CBC? I’m guessing dome of the games will go on the game center thing. Which unless you’re a Rogers customer, which isn’t even offered where I live, we will be out of luck.

  4. Sportsnet Central just said the Ottawa/Philadelphia game will be on SN Nationally minus the Sens region, which will be on TSN5.

  5. Penguins/Sabres now on City. Pens in a must win game. Wings/Hurricanes moved to FX.

    Give Rogers credit where credit is due, they’ve shuffled the schedule around last minute for the last day of the season. Good moves.

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