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Hockey Canada Championship Weekend With TSN Spring 2011 - 48 Hours & 5 Championships
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April 22, 2011
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Hockey Canada Championship Weekend, Spring 2011 Edition is upon us and Hockey Canada’s Broadcast Partner, TSN is the place to watch all of the action.  Over the course of 48 hours 5 Championship teams will be crowned cementing their stature as the best in the World.

A full broadcast chart with times in your area can be found below, but please check your local listing for any potential time changes or contact your local cable provider to ensure you have access to TSN in your home.

Event TSN Station / Location Time
Starting early Saturday morning wake up to watch the Semi Final of the IIHF Women’s World Hockey Championship on TSN at 10 am EDT followed immediately by the Under 18 IIHF World Championship at 12:30 pm EDT.

IIHF World Women’s Championship

Semi Final

Saturday,

2011 IIHF World Women's Championship

TSN Live / RDS

Zurich & Winterthur,

SWITZERLAND

7 am PDT

8 am MDT

9 am CDT

10 am EDT

11 am ADT

11:30 pm NDT

IIHF Men’s Under 18 Championship

Semi Final

Saturday,

2011 World Under-18 Championship

TSN Live / RDS

Crimmitschau,

GERMANY

9:30 am PDT

10:30 am MDT

11:30 am CDT

12:30 pm EDT

1:30 pm ADT

2:00 pm NDT

For your Saturday evening entertainment TSN2 will be back on this side of the pond to broadcast the World Sledge Hockey Challenge on tape delay at 6 pm EDT from London, ON.  Immediately after the end of the Sledge broadcast TSN2 will cover live from St. Albert, AB the Esso Cup Championship.

World Sledge Hockey Challenge

Gold Medal Game

Saturday,

2011 World Sledge Challenge

TSN2 - Tape Delay

London, ON

3 pm PDT

4 pm MDT

5 pm CDT

6 pm EDT

7 pm ADT

7:30 pm NDT

ESSO Cup Female Midget Championship

Gold Medal Game

Saturday,

2011 Esso Cup

TSN2 - Live

St. Albert, AB

5 pm PDT

6 pm MDT

7 pm CDT

8 pm EDT

9 pm ADT

9:30 pm NDT

Sunday brings hockey fans a second consecutive double header as the World Title will be awarded at the Under 18 World Hockey Championship live on TSN at 12:30 pm EDT.  At the completion of the U18 Championship flip over to TSN2 to watch a TELUS Cup Champion Crowned on ice at Mile One Centre in St. John’s, NF.

IIHF Men’s Under 18 Championship

Gold Medal Game

Sunday,

TSN - Live

RDS

Crimmitschau,

GERMANY

9:30 am PDT

10:30 am MDT

11:30 am CDT

12:30 pm EDT

1:30 pm ADT

2:00 NDT

TELUS Cup National Midget Championship

Gold Medal Game

Sunday,

2011 TELUS Cup

TSN2

30 minute delay

St. John’s, NF

 

12 pm PDT

1 pm MDT

2 pm CDT

3 pm EDT

4 pm ADT

4:30 pm NDT

IIHF World Women’s Championship

Gold Medal Game

Monday,

 

TSN - Live

RDS

Zurich & Winterthur,

SWITZERLAND

 

11 am PDT

Noon MDT

1 pm CDT

2 pm EDT

3 pm ADT

3:30 pm NDT


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Hockey Canada
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