Sportsnet releases 2019-20 Toronto Maple Leafs broadcast schedule


Toronto Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews, left, celebrates his goal with John Tavares (91). (Paul Sancya/AP)

TORONTO – Hitting the ice with the blue and white, Sportsnet is set to deliver world-class coverage of the Toronto Maple Leafs this season, featuring 56 exclusive TV broadcasts and 43 matchups only on Sportsnet 590 The FAN. All 82 Maple Leafs games are also available to stream on NHL LIVE.

The puck drops in Toronto for NHL Opening Night on Wednesday, Oct. 2 as the Maple Leafs host the Ottawa Senators at 7 p.m. ET on Sportsnet, Sportsnet NOW, Sportsnet NOW+ and NHL Live.

Sportsnet will also serve up four Maple Leafs pre-season matchups across its radio, television and streaming platforms, beginning Friday, Sept. 20.

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Key details of Sportsnet’s exclusive coverage of the entire 2019-20 Maple Leafs season:

Regional Broadcasts
Beginning Thursday, Oct. 10, Sportsnet will deliver Maple Leafs regional broadcasts on Sportsnet Ontario. Sportsnet’s Maple Leafs television broadcast team features:

· Play-by-play announcer John Bartlett and game analyst Greg Millen
· Ice level updates and exclusive interviews from reporter Shawn McKenzie and insider Chris Johnston

Highlights from Sportsnet’s regional Maple Leafs broadcast schedule include:

· Two showdowns with Atlantic Division rival Tampa Bay Lightning
· A hometown visit for Auston Matthews when the Leafs meet the Coyotes in Arizona on Nov. 21

National Broadcasts
Reaching hockey fans across Canada, Sportsnet’s national Maple Leafs broadcast schedule includes:

· 24 Hockey Night in Canada appearances, beginning with a classic showdown against the Montreal Canadiens, Oct. 5
· 11 Original Six matchups, including two rematches against long-time playoff rival Boston Bruins
· A meeting with 2019 Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues on Dec. 7

Radio – Sportsnet 590 The FAN
As the radio home of the Maple Leafs, Sportsnet 590 The FAN will deliver 43 live radio broadcasts this season. The station’s hockey coverage features:

· Veteran radio play-by-play announcer Joe Bowen and game analyst Jim Ralph
· Post-game analysis following all 82 regular season games

Digital – & Sportsnet app
The ultimate online destination for hockey fans, exclusive Maple Leafs coverage on and the Sportsnet app includes:

· Must-read columns and features from Leafs insiders Chris Johnston and Luke Fox
· Videos, highlights and interviews on Sportsnet’s Instagram, Twitter and Facebook accounts

Day Month Date Visitor Home Broadcast Channel ET
Wed. Oct. 2 Ottawa Toronto SN 7:00
Sat Oct. 5 Montreal Toronto CBC – SN 7:00
Thu. Oct. 10 Tampa Bay Toronto SNO 7:00
Sat. Oct. 12 Toronto Detroit CBC – SN360 7:00
Wed. Oct. 16 Toronto Washington SN1 7:00
Sat. Oct. 19 Boston Toronto CBC – SN1 7:00
Mon. Oct. 21 Columbus Toronto SN 7:00
Fri. Oct. 25 San Jose Toronto SN1 7:00
Sat. Oct. 26 Toronto Montreal CBC – SN1 – Citytv 7:00
Sat. Nov. 2 Toronto Philadelphia CBC – SN (O) – SN360 7:00
Thu. Nov. 7 Vegas Toronto SNO 7:00
Sat. Nov. 9 Philadelphia Toronto CBC – SN (OWP) 7:00
Sun. Nov. 10 Toronto Chicago SN 7:00
Wed. Nov. 13 Toronto NY Islanders SN 7:00
Sat. Nov. 16 Toronto Pittsburgh CBC – SN (OWP) – SN360 7:00
Thu. Nov. 21 Toronto Arizona SN (O) 9:00
Sat. Nov. 23 Toronto Colorado CBC – SN (OP) – SN360 7:00
Wed. Nov. 27 Toronto Detroit SN (EO) – SN360 7:00
Sat. Nov. 30 Buffalo Toronto CBC – SN (EO) – SN1 7:00
Wed. Dec. 4 Colorado Toronto SN 7:00
Sat. Dec. 7 Toronto St. Louis CBC – SN – Citytv – SN360 7:00
Tue. Dec. 10 Toronto Vancouver SN (O) 10:00
Sat. Dec. 14 Toronto Edmonton CBC – SN (OWP) 7:00
Fri. Dec. 20 Toronto NY Rangers SNO 7:00
Sat. Dec. 21 Detroit Toronto CBC – SN (O) – SN360 7:00
Mon. Dec. 23 Carolina Toronto SNO 2:00
Fri. Dec. 27 Toronto New Jersey SNO 7:00
Sat. Dec. 28 NY Rangers Toronto CBC – SN (OWP) – SN1 7:00
Tue. Dec. 31 Toronto Minnesota SNO 6:00
Sat. Jan. 4 NY Islanders Toronto CBC – SN (OWP) – SN360 7:00
Wed. Jan. 8 Winnipeg Toronto SN 7:30
Sun. Jan. 12 Toronto Florida SN 7:00
Tue. Jan. 14 New Jersey Toronto SNO 7:00
Sat. Jan. 18 Chicago Toronto CBC – SN (OWP) – SN1 7:00
Wed. Jan. 29 Toronto Dallas SN 7:30
Sat. Feb. 1 Ottawa Toronto CBC – SN (EO) – Citytv 7:00
Wed. Feb. 5 Toronto NY Rangers SN 7:30
Fri. Feb. 7 Anaheim Toronto SNO 7:00
Sat. Feb. 8 Toronto Montreal CBC – SN (EO) 7:00
Thu. Feb. 13 Dallas Toronto SNO 7:00
Sat. Feb. 15 Toronto Ottawa CBC – SN (OWP) – SN360 7:00
Sun. Feb. 16 Toronto Buffalo SN 7:00
Tue. Feb. 18 Toronto Pittsburgh SN 7:00
Sat. Feb. 22 Carolina Toronto CBC – SN (OWP) – SN360 7:00
Tue. Feb. 25 Toronto Tampa Bay SNO 7:00
Sat. Feb. 29 Vancouver Toronto CBC – SN (OWP) – SN360 7:00
Tue. March 3 Toronto San Jose SNO 10:30
Thu. March 5 Toronto Los Angeles SNO 10:30
Sat. March 14 Toronto Boston CBC – SN – Citytv – SN360 7:00
Thu. March 19 NY Islanders Toronto SNO 7:00
Sat. March 21 Columbus Toronto CBC – SN (OWP) – SN360 7:00
Wed. March 25 Toronto Tampa Bay SN 7:00
Thu. March 26 Toronto Carolina SNO 7:00
Sat. March 28 Toronto Ottawa CBC – SN (OWP) – SN1 7:00
Tue. March 31 Toronto Washington SNO 7:00
Sat. April 4 Montreal Toronto CBC – SN 7:00

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