TORONTO/MONCTON, N.B. (September 10, 2014) What do Jason Spezza, P. K. Subban, Malcom Subban, Jeff Skinner, Ryan Spooner, John Tavares, Cody Ceci, and Erik Gudbranson have in common with nine-year-old hockey players? They have all been part of Rogers TV’s minor hockey coverage over the years! From Minor Atom hockey players to the NHL’s top draft picks, fans this season will receive more games and access to the stars of tomorrow with more than 600 regular season Canadian Hockey League games, 500 minor league hockey games, and the Playoffs on Rogers TV community channels across Ontario, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland. See below for broadcast details.
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Rogers TV in New Brunswick will be the ultimate ticket to live coverage of the province’s three Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) teams this season. A new 12-year broadcast agreement with the QMJHL brings viewers more than 50 games featuring the Moncton Wildcats, Saint John Sea Dogs, and Bathurst Titans home games, plus an additional 10 Gatineau Olympiques games, for a total of 60 regular season QMJHL games. Rogers TV will also be home to the QMJHL Playoffs. The puck drops on Saturday, Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. ET when the Saint John Sea Dogs host the Halifax Mooseheads at Harbour Station in Saint John. Rogers customers can follow the games on Rogers TV community channels in English on Cable 10 and in French on Cable 9 and through the Rogers Super Sports Pak Pay-Per-View offering. Live streaming of games are available free on local Rogers TV websites for authenticated Rogers customers at www.rogerstv.com/live.
Rogers TV in Ontario is the official local broadcaster in eight Ontario Hockey League (OHL) markets this season with more than 500 games. Coverage begins Wednesday, Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. ET with the Owen Sound Attack hosting the Kitchener Rangers. Rogers customers can follow the games on Rogers TV community channels in English and through the Rogers Super Sports Pak Pay-Per-View offering. Full schedule details and channel placement available at www.rogerstv.com
Showcasing the future of hockey in Canada, Rogers TV has been covering minor hockey games for more than 20 years. This season, Rogers TV is where fans will find the most minor hockey coverage in the country with more than 500 minor hockey games at local arenas in Rogers communities across Ontario, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland. Live streaming of games will be available free on local Rogers TV websites for authenticated Rogers customers at www.rogerstv.com/live. Full schedule details available at