2021-2022 Broadcast Schedule: Where To Watch

The Canadian Hockey League announced this season a new multi-platform, multi-year broadcast rights partnerships that will make TSN, RDS, CBC and CHL TV the home of the CHL.

The new partnerships include approximately 30 regular-season games each year delivered by TSN, in addition to select playoff coverage and the comprehensive suite of CHL national events. Additionally, the agreement includes approximately 20 French-language broadcasted games on RDS, early-season weekend games broadcasted by CBC Sports, as well as digital streaming rights featuring a CHL TV broadcast each week during the regular season on TSN, RDS, and the free CBC Gem streaming service.

CBC Gem (Free View): 
Tues., Nov 23rd – Regina vs. Medicine Hat (WHL) – 7pm MT
Wed., Dec 1st – Sudbury vs. Soo (OHL) – 7pm ET
Wed., Dec 8th – Drummondville vs. Charlottetown (QMJHL) – 7pm AT
Tues., Dec 14th – Saskatoon vs. Moose Jaw (WHL) – 7pm CT
Wed., Dec 29th – Saginaw vs. Flint (OHL) – 7pm ET

CHL TV Game of the Week presented by Kubota (Free View): 
Thur., Nov 25th – Quebec vs. Moncton (QMJHL) – 7pm AT
Wed., Dec 1st – Vancouver vs. Kelowna (WHL) – 7pm PT
Fri., Dec 10th – Owen Sound vs. Flint (OHL) – 7pm ET
Wed., Dec 15th – Charlottetown vs. Halifax (QMJHL) – 7pm AT
Tues., Dec 28th – Tri-City vs. Portland (WHL) – 7pm PT / TSN App
Fri., Nov. 26th Rouyn-Noranda vs. Halifax (QMJHL) – 7pm AT
Fri., Dec 3rd Kamloops vs. Vancouver (WHL) – 7:30pm PT
Thur., Dec 9th Victoriaville vs. Cape Breton (QMJHL) – 7pm AT
Wed., Dec 17 Peterborough vs. Hamilton (OHL) – 7pm ET
Mon., Dec 27 Edmonton vs. Regina (WHL) – 7pm CT