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Shaw lands TSN Jets channel

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WINNIPEG - Shaw customers in Winnipeg will have their Jets.

TSN Jets will be available to Shaw customers for free until Dec. 1 in both standard and High Definition. The subscription will then be available for the remainder of the season at $9.95 per month which works out to less than $1 per game.

Only Winnipeg fans (of the seven Canadian Markets) are being asked to pay extra for their hockey games that are on regional networks.

TSN Jets is a regional channel that broadcasts all team games that aren't carried on the main TSN network or CBC.

TSN Jets will broadcast more than 60 pre-season and regular season games across Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, the Northwest Territories and parts of Northwestern Ontario.

Pre- and post-game content is also part of the package.

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