Some good news from the Vancouver Canucks today: The Vancouver Canucks in partnership with Rogers Sportsnet announced today that they have reached a three-year agreement to broadcast 13 regular season games a year on Rogers Sportsnet ONE, beginning in the 2010.11 National Hockey League season. (skip) This new partnership is in addition to Rogers Sportsnet Pacific’s 45 game Canucks broadcast schedule available to fans in British Columbia and the Yukon Territories. This is another extension of the strong strategic alliance with Rogers Communications. A little bit more info about Rogers Sportsnet ONE here. A quick look at the Canucks’ schedule...Click here to read more.
Believe it or not, we’re only 10 days away from the Canucks’ first preseason game. The team hasn’t officially announced their broadcast schedule yet, but they are listed on CDC’s September wallpaper. Sept. 14 vs New York Islanders – Sportsnet Pacific Sept. 17 vs Anaheim Ducks – Sportsnet Pacific Sept. 21 vs Calgary Flames – Sportsnet Pacific Sept. 23 vs San Jose Sharks – Sportsnet Pacific Sept. 26 vs Calgary Flames – TSN2 So far, it doesn’t look like their games on Sept. 18 (Sharks), Sept. 19 (Oilers), Sept. 24 (Ducks) and Sept. 26 (Oilers) are televised. (Hat-tip to the...Click here to read more.
A quick hit on this one… I was just looking through the Vancouver Canucks schedule that was inserted in Sunday’s Vancouver Province. Did anyone else notice that the team moved Fan Appreciation Day from the last home game of the season to a mid-season January 4th game vs. the Dallas Stars? Did you also notice that that same Stars game is only available on pay-per-view? How ironic. Like this:Like Loading…Click here to read more.