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sensR4real 01-13-2013 06:57 AM

Senators tv schedule
 
The tv schedule they have posted sucks!! Only about 15 are posted as being on tv, this is a joke right?? Someone please tell me the tv schedule will be better than this for us supporting fans that can only afford tickets to a few games. I would think that after a long lockout like this, the last thing a league would want to do is frustrate the fan base even more!!! Does anyone know if they will add games to the tv schedule?

sensR4real 01-13-2013 07:15 AM

apparently sportsnet is to add games, sure hope so, they have a lot of holes to fill...

DrunkUncleDenis 01-13-2013 07:52 AM

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Originally Posted by sensR4real (Post 57515253)
apparently sportsnet is to add games, sure hope so, they have a lot of holes to fill...

You posted no link, but I'm assuming it's this one:

http://senators.nhl.com/club/schedule.htm

They only posted the national games so far (CBC, TSN, etc) Sportsnet East will carry most of the other games, just like every year.

Don't panic. It will be okay. ;)

tony d 01-13-2013 09:21 AM

Yeah, Sportsnet will probably broadcast at least 30 of the other games.

gmyx 01-13-2013 09:22 AM

There are already 14 games spoken for and SNET get's 40 (althought there are only 34 left). don't worry.

Rocket Richard 01-14-2013 12:16 PM

Hockey's back??? :sarcasm:

gmyx 01-14-2013 12:56 PM

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Originally Posted by gmyx (Post 57516547)
There are already 14 games spoken for and SNET get's 40 (althought there are only 34 left). don't worry.

And I was right:
http://senators.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=650229

All remaining 34 covered. 100% of games on TV.

NOTE: ONE GAME ON SNET-SENS: Tuesday, April 2, at Boston, 7 p.m. (Sportsnet Sens)

Tundraman 01-14-2013 01:02 PM

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Originally Posted by gmyx (Post 57577675)
And I was right:
http://senators.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=650229

All remaining 34 covered. 100% of games on TV.

NOTE: ONE GAME ON SNET-SENS: Tuesday, April 2, at Boston, 7 p.m. (Sportsnet Sens)

Thank you Rogers!!!!!

OMadahey 01-14-2013 01:29 PM

Thank God for channel 27 lol

danishh 01-14-2013 02:01 PM

Those ******** are going to make people order a separate channel for one game?

Also any news from across the river(tva)?

Indrew 01-14-2013 02:04 PM

I'm glad sportsnet is allowed to air Saturday games. Early Saturday games, but still.

N Bahn Ahden 01-14-2013 02:05 PM

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Originally Posted by danishh (Post 57580981)
Those ******** are going to make people order a separate channel for one game?

Also any news from across the river(tva)?

Would you prefer the game is simply not televised?

RedWhiteBlackGold 01-14-2013 02:14 PM

Awesome tv schedule. The only time Ottawa gets aired on CBC over here is when they are playing Toronto, an afternoon game, or against the Canadiens when Toronto has the night off.

I think the only game I'll have to go online for to watch is the last game against the Flyers.

sensR4real 01-14-2013 02:15 PM

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Originally Posted by N Bahn Ahden (Post 57581201)
Would you prefer the game is simply not televised?

I am assuming that you are refering to the (sportsnet sens) game. Didn't that channel come free when you have sportsnet?

FolignoQuantumLeap 01-14-2013 02:35 PM

I wish Sportsnet Sens was actually used. Not for more games but at least for any kind of content at all. Its a station that just sits there idle for months and months only to be used once or twice a season. Put on some replays, B Sens, Overtime, classic games etc. This is already content that exists and requires no effort besides the choice to air it. I'd gladly pay the money if Sportsnet produced a Blue Jays in 30 type program for Sens games.

N Bahn Ahden 01-14-2013 02:42 PM

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Originally Posted by FolignoQuantumLeap (Post 57583187)
I wish Sportsnet Sens was actually used. Not for more games but at least for any kind of content at all. Its a station that just sits there idle for months and months only to be used once or twice a season. Put on some replays, B Sens, Overtime, classic games etc. This is already content that exists and requires no effort besides the choice to air it. I'd gladly pay the money if Sportsnet produced a Blue Jays in 30 type program for Sens games.

It isn't really a channel. It's only purpose is to carry the odd spill-over game.

CBCnutcase 01-15-2013 05:53 AM

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Originally Posted by RedWhiteBlackGold (Post 57581755)
Awesome tv schedule. The only time Ottawa gets aired on CBC over here is when they are playing Toronto, an afternoon game, or against the Canadiens when Toronto has the night off.

I think the only game I'll have to go online for to watch is the last game against the Flyers.

Kind of sucks for the HNIC games. There are 5 games that start at 7:00 pm/1900h and 4 of those are against the Leafs. The other one is at home against the Flyers. The other 5 Saturday games are afternoon starts :loony: with two of those on HNIC both against the Jets.

OgieO 01-15-2013 07:29 AM

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Originally Posted by RedWhiteBlackGold (Post 57581755)
Awesome tv schedule. The only time Ottawa gets aired on CBC over here is when they are playing Toronto, an afternoon game, or against the Canadiens when Toronto has the night off.

I think the only game I'll have to go online for to watch is the last game against the Flyers.

and even that game might get shown if Toronto & Montreal don't play a meaningful game that night.

Great schedule.

internetdotcom 01-15-2013 07:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Tundraman (Post 57578045)
Thank you Rogers!!!!!

Quote:

Originally Posted by OgieO (Post 57617777)
and even that game might get shown if Toronto & Montreal don't play a meaningful game that night.

Great schedule.

With how bad the Leafs have been the last, oh, 40 years or so ( :sarcasm: ), how many times have you seen one of their games, meaningful or not, pre-empted in favour of a Sens game?

Also, in a 48-game season, realistically its going to be a dogfight for the playoffs and playoff seeding, so for most teams (except maybe Columbus), pretty much the entire schedule will be meaningful games.

danishh 01-15-2013 03:02 PM

Looks like rds has picked up the season opener.

Caeldan 01-15-2013 04:28 PM

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Originally Posted by CBCnutcase (Post 57617111)
Kind of sucks for the HNIC games. There are 5 games that start at 7:00 pm/1900h and 4 of those are against the Leafs. The other one is at home against the Flyers. The other 5 Saturday games are afternoon starts :loony: with two of those on HNIC both against the Jets.

I actually like the Saturday afternoon starts. For one it means we get national broadcast. For two it means I get an excuse to sit back with my feet up and a beverage in hand in the mid afternoon!

Then I can go do things with my non-hockey watching friends in the evening and not have to sit in front of my computer watching CBC's regional stream to get my Saturday hockey fix.

pepty 01-15-2013 04:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Caeldan (Post 57639567)
I actually like the Saturday afternoon starts. For one it means we get national broadcast. For two it means I get an excuse to sit back with my feet up and a beverage in hand in the mid afternoon!

Then I can go do things with my non-hockey watching friends in the evening and not have to sit in front of my computer watching CBC's regional stream to get my Saturday hockey fix.

I think the CBC has only picked up this Saturday for the season launch and the Hockey Day in Canada game.

The other Saturday afternoon games won't be on CBC at all, never mind the national broadcast, they will be on Sportsnet which is regional.

JB52 01-15-2013 08:29 PM

There's 8 games scheduled on CBC

4 at 7pm against Toronto that will be broadcast nationaly (because after all, it's the Maple Leafs).
2 at 2pm against Winnipeg that should be broadcast nationaly
1 at 2PM against Montreal that will surely be broadcast nationaly
1 against Philadelphia that will only be at CBC Ottawa because the Maple Leafs play against Montreal on the majority of CBC affiliates.

Personally, i'm in Quebec City, but with Bell Fibe I have CBC Montreal and CBC Ottawa (go figure out why) so I expect to see all CBC games.

For the rest of the season, I have Sportsnet east but only in SD, so I might have to watch on RDS and TVA sports if i want to see the games in HD.

danishh 01-15-2013 09:18 PM

rds picked up

sens-jets 19th
panthers-sens 21st
sens-lightning 25th

no full release of "le hockey subway des senateurs" yet, but we know the crew for sens games (other than the habs ones) will be patty lalime and yannick bouchard.



also, no news from tva yet.

ReginKarlssonLehner 01-15-2013 09:54 PM

As long as there is streams online, I'm content.


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