How many NHL games are on Sportsnet?

How many NHL games are on Sportsnet? This season, Hockey Night in Canada will feature 99 games, including two special Friday night editions on Jan. 13 and 27. Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada will return on Jan.

What games are on Sportsnet? 

  • Tennis.
  • Auto Racing.
  • Golf.
  • UFC.
  • Cycling.
  • Olympics.
  • Curling.
  • Jr. Hockey.

Is the hockey game on Sportsnet? All games are available to stream on Sportsnet NOW and NHL LIVE. Please note that there are no blackouts during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, as every game is national.

Who is calling the Leafs game tonight on Sportsnet? The radio team of play-by-play commentator Joe Bowen and analyst Jim Ralph will return to the airwaves to call the action on both stations. In addition to their regular season broadcasts, Sportsnet and TSN will air live coverage of all six Maple Leafs pre-season games.

How many NHL games are on Sportsnet? – Additional Questions

What channel is carrying the Leafs game tonight?

Toronto Maple Leafs 2022-2023 TV Schedule
Oct 15 Ottawa HNIC
Oct 17 Arizona Sportsnet
Oct 20 Dallas
Oct 22 @ Winnipeg HNIC

Who is the female commentator on Sportsnet tonight?

Now Jennifer Botterill is the talk of social media during the 2020-21 NHL season for her standout work in her new role as a studio analyst for Sportsnet and Hockey Night in Canada.

Who is on the Hockey Night in Canada panel?

Hockey Night in Canada
Starring Chris Cuthbert Craig Simpson Kyle Bukauskas Harnarayan Singh Greg Millen Shawn McKenzie John Bartlett Garry Galley Scott Oake Rick Ball Cassie Campbell-Pascall Louie DeBrusk Kelly Hrudey Kevin Bieksa Elliotte Friedman Jennifer Botterill
Theme music composer John Herberman (since 2014)

Who is on the TSN hockey panel?

The voice of some of hockey’s biggest moments in recent history, Gord Miller brings more than 20 years of experience to his work as play-by-play announcer for TSN’s hockey coverage, including the IIHF World Junior Championships.

Who hosts hockey Central?

“Hockey Central at Noon” is hosted by Daren Millard and features analysts Nick Kypreos and Doug MacLean.

Where is Leah Hextall now?

Play-by-Play, NHL

Leah Hextall is a play-by-play commentator for NHL coverage on ESPN. Hextall joined the ESPN broadcast team in 2021, where she serves as a commentator for select NHL games.

What happened to Doug MacLean?

On August 29, 2019, MacLean released a statement on Twitter that he was parting ways with Sportsnet. Until this announcement, MacLean was a regular panelist on Sportnet’s Hockey Central television show and was a major contributor to Sportsnet’s radio programming.

What has happened to Nick Kypreos?

Since retiring as a player, Kypreos had gone on to serve as a hockey analyst for Sportsnet in Canada, as the co-host of Hockey Central (first with Darren Dreger and later with Daren Millard). He also co-hosts Hockey Central at Noon on The Fan 590 in Toronto and simulcast on Sportsnet as of 2018.

Is Nick Kypreos back on Sportsnet?

In a coordinated announcement Sportsnet also announced the return of broadcaster Nick Kypreos to Toronto’s Sportsnet 590 radio.

Did Nick Kypreos retire?

Nick Kypreos / Career end

What happened to TSN Natasha Staniszewski?

Former TSN host Natasha Staniszewski lands new job with Flames. Natasha Staniszewski is coming to FlamesTV. Staniszewski has been hired by Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation (CSEC), the parent company of the Calgary Flames and Calgary Stampeders, the organization announced Tuesday.

Is Nick Kypreos back on the Fan?

Former NHL player Nick Kypreos is returning to Toronto airwaves after departing from Sportsnet in 2019.

What happened to Mike Zigomanis?

He now works for Toronto sports radio station Sportsnet 590 The Fan co-hosting the morning show.