Monday, September 16, 2013

WHL on SHAW/Access

The Western Hockey League and SHAW Communications today announced that SHAW will broadcast 32 games on the full cable network in Western Canada during the 2013-14 WHL Regular Season. The WHL on SHAW will also provide extensive coverage of the 2014 WHL Playoffs, broadcasting a full series in each of the four rounds including the WHL Championship Series, as teams battle for the Ed Chynoweth Cup. SHAW is entering its tenth season as the official regional cable broadcaster of the WHL and is proud to have broadcast the entire WHL Championship Series in High Definition for the past three seasons.
The 2013-14 WHL on SHAW broadcast schedule will highlight key rivals LIVE most Friday nights on ‘The WHL on SHAW Friday Night Hockey’ across Western Canada on SHAW TV and Shaw Direct ‘Channel 299’.
The broadcast schedule begins on Thursday, September 19, with a special season opening game featuring the Regina Pats hosting their divisional rivals, the Swift Current Broncos. The feature game will be broadcast LIVE on SHAW TV starting with a preview show and full coverage of the opening night festivities at 7:00pm CST. On the following Wednesday, September 25, the WHL on SHAW will feature the Seattle Thunderbirds visiting the Vancouver Giants where the first overall WHL Bantam Draft Pick from 2012, Mathew Barzal, will make his WHL regular season debut as a member of the Thunderbirds.

2013-14 ‘WHL on SHAW’ Broadcast Schedule
ThursdaySept. 19/13Swift Current@Regina7:00pm
WednesdaySept. 25/13Seattle@Vancouver7:00pm
WednesdayOct. 2/13Saskatoon@Swift Current7:00pm
FridayOct. 11/13Moose Jaw@Brandon7:30pm
WednesdayOct. 16/13Prince George@Victoria7:00pm
WednesdayOct. 23/13Edmonton@Moose Jaw7:00pm
WednesdayOct. 30/13Kootenay@Red Deer7:00pm
WednesdayNov. 6/13Red Deer@Kelowna7:00pm
FridayNov. 15/13Kootenay@Prince Albert7:00pm
WednesdayNov. 20/13Victoria@Kelowna7:00pm
FridayNov. 22/13Regina@Red Deer7:00pm
FridayNov. 29/13Brandon@Moose Jaw7:00pm
WednesdayDec. 4/13Kootenay@Vancouver7:00pm
FridayDec. 6/13Portland@Edmonton7:00pm
TuesdayDec. 10/13Edmonton@Saskatoon7:00pm
FridayDec. 13/13Medicine Hat@Calgary7:00pm
TuesdayJan. 7/14Saskatoon@Medicine Hat7:00pm
FridayJan. 10/14Kelowna@Lethbridge7:00pm
FridayJan. 17/14Prince Albert@Saskatoon7:00pm
FridayJan. 24/14Medicine Hat@Kelowna7:00pm
TuesdayJan. 28/14Spokane@Kamloops7:00pm
FridayJan. 31/14Tri-City@Edmonton7:00pm
FridayFeb. 7/14Calgary@Vancouver7:30pm
WednesdayFeb. 12/14Brandon@Lethbridge7:00pm
FridayFeb. 14/14Portland@Kamloops7:00pm
FridayFeb. 21/14Vancouver@Red Deer7:00pm
TuesdayFeb. 25/14Prince George@Kelowna7:00pm
FridayFeb. 28/14Kamloops@Calgary7:00pm
TuesdayMar. 4/14Moose Jaw@Prince Albert7:00pm
FridayMar. 7/14Kamloops@Victoria7:00pm
TuesdayMar. 11/14Lethbridge@Calgary7:00pm
FridayMar. 14/14Everett@Victoria7:00pm


Anonymous said...

I notice the Pats get their obligatory 2 games a year. And I'm a Shaw customer!

Anonymous said...

Rams home games are never on SHAW, Pats home games are never on SHAW. Its obvious SHAW doesn't want to come in here because of Access. I'm surprised Access allows us to have Global Regina since they are run by SHAW. SHAW is a joke. They should be embarassed with themselves.

Anonymous said...

Anon 2

Shaw would love to come in here, but Access won't let them "access" any of their equipment. If Access would let them borrow a mobile and some stuff, it would happen. Send your complaint letters to them.