The stars of the Canadian Hockey League are ready to shine in Sportsnet’s broadcast spotlight with exclusive national coverage of the 2019-20 CHL season.
CHL fans across the country can enjoy 19 regular season games on Sportsnet beginning Sunday November 17 through Saturday March 21. The broadcast schedule also includes the 2020 Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game on January 16, multi-game playoff coverage, and the entire 2020 Memorial Cup Presented by Kia set for May 21-31 in Kelowna.
2019-20 CHL Broadcast Schedule on Sportsnet
- Sunday Nov. 17, Moose Jaw @ Saskatoon, 3:30 pm ET (Sportsnet)*
- Saturday Nov. 23, Mississauga @ Ottawa, 3:30 pm ET (Sportsnet)*
- Sunday Nov. 24, Sudbury @ Oshawa, 2:00 pm ET (Sportsnet)*
- Sunday Dec. 1, Drummondville @ Rimouski, 3:00 pm ET (Sportsnet)
- Friday Dec. 6, Owen Sound @ London, 7:30 pm ET (Sportsnet East, Ontario & Pacific)
- Sunday Dec. 8, Gatineau @ Ottawa, 2:00 pm ET (Sportsnet)
- Saturday Dec. 14, Kingston @ Hamilton, 4:00 pm ET (Sportsnet East, Ontario & Pacific)*
- Monday Dec. 30, Edmonton @ Calgary, 9:00 pm ET (Sportsnet)
January 2020 :
- Sunday Jan. 5, Saskatoon @ Edmonton, 3:00 pm ET (Sportsnet & Sportsnet ONE)
- Saturday Jan. 11, Val-d’Or @ Quebec, 3:30 pm ET (Sportsnet & Sportsnet ONE)*
- Thursday Jan. 16, Kubota CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game, 7:00 pm ET (Sportsnet East, Ontario & Pacific, Sportsnet 360)*
- Thursday Jan. 23, London @ Windsor, 7:00 pm ET (Sportsnet)
- Saturday Jan. 25, Kingston @ Oshawa, 2:00 pm ET (Sportsnet)*
- Saturday Feb. 1, Red Deer @ Calgary, 3:30 pm ET (Sportsnet & Sportsnet ONE)*
- Sunday Feb. 16, Quebec @ Rimouski, 3:00 pm ET (Sportsnet East, Ontario & Sportsnet ONE)
- Saturday Feb. 22, Oshawa @ Hamilton, 4:00 pm ET (Sportsnet & Sportsnet ONE)
- Saturday Feb. 29, Barrie @ Ottawa, 3:30 pm ET (Sportsnet East, Ontario, Pacific & Sportsnet ONE)*
- Sunday Mar. 8, Kitchener @ Windsor, 2:00 pm ET (Sportsnet)
- Saturday Mar. 14, Soo & London, 4:00 pm ET (Sportsnet)*
- Saturday Mar. 21, Moncton @ Halifax, 3:00 pm ET (Sportsnet)
All games available on Sportsnet NOW
*Games available live on NHL Network
Broadcast details for the CHL Playoffs and the 2020 Memorial Cup Presented by Kia will be announced at a later date.
This is the sixth season of a 12-year partnership between the CHL and Sportsnet. Featuring a comprehensive suite of multimedia rights including television, online and mobile, Sportsnet is the exclusive English-language broadcaster of the CHL and Memorial Cup in Canada. The deal also includes a 12-year sub-licensing agreement with TVA Sports for exclusive French-language multiplatform rights for CHL games.
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