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Leafs Announce TV And Radio Broadcast Schedule

by Staff Writer / Toronto Maple Leafs


The Toronto Maple Leafs announced Monday the club’s 2015-16 regular season broadcast schedule. All Maple Leafs’ games will be televised live on Sportsnet and Rogers affiliates (56 games), and TSN (26 games), while Sportsnet 590 The FAN and TSN Radio 1050 Toronto will once again divide the games evenly between the two radio networks.

“This is going to be an exciting season for the Toronto Maple Leafs, and we’re looking forward to providing fans more access to their favourite players and more ways to watch their team. Whether at home or on the go, we’ve got Leafs fans covered both on and off the ice – and we can’t wait to get started,” said Greg Sansone, Vice President, Programming, Sportsnet.

“This is an exciting new era for the Maple Leafs and we are thrilled to showcase the team for Leafs fans all season long,” said Shawn Redmond, Vice-President of Programming and Marketing, TSN. “In addition to our package of games, we have comprehensive coverage of the team across all of our platforms. From James Duthie and our Hockey Insiders to Leafs Lunch to our extensive slate of news and highlights, Leafs fans won’t miss a thing.”

Calling the action for all games on both Sportsnet 590 The FAN and TSN Radio 1050 Toronto are the longtime duo of play-by-play commentator Joe Bowen and long-time Leafs radio analyst Jim Ralph.

Leafs TV and mapleleafs.com will continue to produce the following content: Leafs Today on non-game days, the Blue and White weekly summary show, game day skate shows, game highlights and post-game shows. Paul Hendrick will also continue to serve as a host on all Leafs TV and mapleleafs.com platforms.

In addition, the preseason will see Sportsnet air live coverage of Toronto’s games on September 25 against Buffalo (SN360), September 26 against Montreal (SN) and October 3 against Detroit (SN1). Sportsnet’s lone preseason radio broadcast will be September 26 when Toronto hosts Montreal. TSN will also air live preseason action, beginning on September 22 in Montreal (TSN4), September 29 in Buffalo (TSN4) and October 2 in Detroit (TSN4).  TSN 1050 Toronto will carry six preseason games beginning on September 21 at Air Canada Centre against Ottawa. 


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