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Winnipeg Jets fans won’t have to miss a second of action again this winter.
The club announced Thursday its full broadcast schedule for the 2015-16 season and all 82 regular-season contests will be available, beginning with the opener on Thursday, Oct. 8 (6 p.m.) from Boston.
TSN will carry 60 games this season on TSN3 in the Jets designated broadcast region of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, the Northwest Territories and parts of Northwestern Ontario, including Kenora, Dryden and Thunder Bay. The other 22 regular-season games will be televised by CBC, Sportsnet and City TV.
TSN3’s first game will be the Sept. 22 pre-season contest that will see the Minnesota Wild visit MTS Center and that will be followed by the final exhibition game from Calgary on October 3rd (joined in progress, but available on TSN Go online and the network’s mobile app).
TSN’s crew featured play-by-play man Dennis Beyak, analyst Shane Hnidy and host Sara Orlesky. All 82 regular-season and seven exhibition games can be heard on TSN 1290 radio with Beyak and Paul Edmonds handling the play-by-play and analysis from Hnidy and Brian Munz.
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