The Canucks are hitting the ice at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria for three days of training camp this weekend to launch their pre-season. Follow along here for updates about Friday … 3 p. That concludes day one.
The puck drops on the Canucks season on Wednesday, Oct. Regional Broadcasts Sportsnet Pacific will be home to 46 regional Canucks broadcasts this season, with the remaining two matchups available on Sportsnet Canucks, the Sportsnet ONE companion channel.
The fan-favourite duo of play-by-play announcer John Shorthouse and game analyst John Garrett return to the Canucks broadcast booth this season, while host Dan Murphy anchors the Sportsnet panel from Rogers Arena.
Seven all-Canadian matchups, including two early-season encounters with the Western Conference finalist Winnipeg Jets. National Broadcasts Available to hockey fans across Canada, Sportsnet will air 35 national Canucks broadcasts this regular season. Radio As the exclusive radio home of the Vancouver Canucks, Sportsnet is set to air all 82 Canucks games this season.
Play-by-play announcer Brendan Batchelor returns to the broadcast booth alongside analyst Corey Hirsch. For weekend broadcasts, Joey Kenward and Alex Auld will deliver pre-game, intermission and post-game insight, while Andrew Walker and Scott Rintoul cover off pre-game duties for weekday home games.
Canucks reporter Mira Laurence rounds out the Canucks radio broadcast team, providing intermission and post-game updates from rink level.
In addition to regular season coverage, Sportsnet also has coverage of all seven Canucks pre-season matchups. Coverage begins Tuesday, Sept.
Digital The ultimate online destination for hockey news and insight, Sportsnet. Insider Iain MacIntyre returns to the Canucks beat this season, delivering must-read columns and features and appearing regularly on Canucks radio and regional television broadcasts.
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