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Posted: 08/21/2013 2:49 PM | Comments: 0
Winnipeg Jets hockey fans can now begin mapping out their television and radio schedules for the winter.
The hockey club, along with its broadcast partner TSN, unveiled their TV schedule for the 2013-14 season today.
All Jets games will be televised this season with their 2013-14 debut – Tuesday, Oct. 1st (9 p.m.) in Edmonton against the Oilers -- once again featured on CBCs Hockey Night in Canada. The Jets will appear on HNIC 14 times, eight at home, six on the road.
Winnipeg will also be featured five times in TSN’s national network (three home, two on the road), including a divisional match-up against the reigning Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday, November 6th at 7 p.m. The other two home dates on TSN national will be against the Vancouver Canucks – Jan. 31st and March 12th— and Jets fans should note the game times for both have been changed to 7:30 p.m.
The remaining Jets games will be regionally televised (available in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and parts of Northwestern Ontario) on TSN Jets, including the three exhibition games, and feature play-by-play man Dennis Beyak and analysts Shane Hnidy, Brian Engblom and Mike Johnson. TSN Jets coverage kicks off with Minnesota at Winnipeg on Thursday, September 19th at 7:00 p.m. CT.
As well, all 82 games, including all seven exhibition games, can also be heard on the radio on TSN 1290 with play-by-play voice Brian Munz.
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