TSN releases their Habs broadcast schedule
TSN broadcasts the Canadiens nationally quite often, but they also have their own regional network that is often the only English broadcast available. Here are the games TSN will broadcast this year.
The Montreal Canadiens will be featured on the big network on TSN 14 times during the regular season, along with one preseason game against the Boston Bruins on Monday, September 16th. You can see the entire broadcast schedule for TSN here.
|Date||Home Team||Away Team|
|October 9||Calgary Flames||Montreal Canadiens|
|October 29||Montreal Canadiens||Dallas Stars|
|November 5||Montreal Canadiens||St. Louis Blues|
|November 22||Washington Capitals||Montreal Canadiens|
|December 4||New Jersey Devils||Montreal Canadiens|
|December 10||Montreal Canadiens||Los Angeles Kings|
|December 29||Florida Panthers||Montreal Canadiens|
|January 8||Philadelphia Flyers||Montreal Canadiens|
|January 16||Ottawa Senators||Montreal Canadiens|
|January 22||Pittsburgh Penguins||Montreal Canadiens|
|January 24||Detroit Red Wings||Montreal Canadiens|
|February 26||Montreal Canadiens||Detroit Red WIngs|
|March 24||Boston Bruins||Montreal Canadiens|
|March 27||Detroit Red Wings||Montreal Canadiens|
|April 9||Chicago Blackhawks||Montreal Canadiens|
The last six games on TSN are absolutely huge ratings draws. Those are six of the most anticipated games on the schedule, really. Nabbing three of the games against new divisional rival Detroit is a big deal, as is a matchup with the defending cup champion Blackhawks.
On the regional network (TSN-Habs), 30 Canadiens games will be broadcast in English. Here's the complete TSN-Habs schedule: