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Holiday Hockey TV Schedule (WJC, Spengler, Leafs, Raptors, Winter Classic)

BG

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Yep, it's getting close to that cozy time of year when you can sit with friends and loved ones and watch all kinds of sports together, while eating and drinking way too much!

Always love this time of year, watching the draft classes play-off against each other in the WJC. As far as Leafs prospects, we are watching for Sandin (SWE),Robertson (USA) and Kokkonen (FIN). This year the Leafs play a mixed bag of teams over the holidays, including the Rangers twice, Devils, Isles and Carolina - and a quick Western swing to play Winnipeg and Minnesota. I'll toss the Raps in this time - as they've been must watch again this season.

Much love everyone, hope the season is great to you all!

[Schedule runs from Dec 19 - Jan 5, full broadcast links at the bottom of the post]

Thurs Dec 19

11:30AM - Canada vs. Switzerland (WJC Pre-Tournament TSN)

Fri Dec 20

7:00PM - Maple Leafs @ NY Rangers (SNO)

7:30PM - Raptors vs. Wizards (TSN)

Sat Dec 21

7:00PM - Maple Leafs vs. Red Wings (HNIC,SNO,SN360)

Sun Dec 22

3:30PM - Raptors vs. Mavs (SN1)

Mon Dec 23

11:30AM - Canada vs. Finland (WJC Pre-Tournament TSN1/4)

2:00PM - Maple Leafs vs Hurricanes (SNO)

7:00PM - Raptors @ Pacers (SN1)

Tues Dec 24

Wed Dec 25


MERRY CHRISTMAS!


12:00PM - Raptors vs. Celtics (SN1)

Thurs Dec 26

1:00PM - Canada vs. USA (WJC Preliminary, TSN1/4/5)

2:00PM - Team Canada vs. HC Ocelari Trinec (Spengler Preliminary, TSN2)

Fri Dec 27

7:00PM - Maple Leafs @ Devils (SNO)

Sat Dec 28

1:00PM - Canada vs. Russia (WJC Preliminary, TSN1/4/5)

2:00PM - Team Canada vs. HC Davos (Spengler Preliminary, TSN2)

7:00PM - Maple Leafs vs. NY Rangers (HNIC,SNO,SN1)

7:00pm - Raptors @ Celtics (TSN4/5)

Sun Dec 29

9:00AM - (Spengler Quarter-Finals, TSN2)

2:00PM - (Spengler Quarter-Finals, TSN2)

6:00PM - Raptors vs. Thunder (SN1)

Mon Dec 30

9:00AM - Canada vs Germany (WJC Preliminary, TSN1/4/5)

9:00AM - Team Canada vs. TPS Turku (Spengler Semi-Finals, TSN2)

2:00PM - Ambri-Piotta vs. Trinec (Spengler Semi-Finals, TSN2)

Tues Dec 31

6:00AM - Team Canada vs. Ambri-Piotta (Spengler Final, TSN1/3/4/5) - re-broadcast at 3:30pm on TSN5

1:00PM - Canada vs Czech Republic (WJC Preliminary, TSN1/4/5)

6:00PM - Maple Leafs @ Wild (SNO)

7:00PM - Raptors vs. Cavaliers (TSN4)

Wed Jan 1

Road to the Winter Classic Episode 1 (Dec 24) - Youtube Link

Road to the Winter Classic Episode 2 (Dec 29) - Youtube Link

2:00PM - NHL Winter Classic: Nashville @ Dallas (Cotton Bowl Stadium, SNO/NBC)

Thurs Jan 2

6:30AM - Russia vs Switzerland (WJC Quarter-Final, TSN1/3/4/5)

9:00AM - Canada vs Slovakia (WJC Quarter-Final, TSN1/3/4/5)

11:30AM - USA vs Finland (WJC Quarter-Final, TSN1/3/4/5)

2:00PM - Sweden vs Czech Republic (WJC Quarter-Final, TSN1/3/4/5)

7:30PM - Raptors @ Heat (SN1)

8:00PM - Maple Leafs @ Jets (TSN4)

Fri Jan 3

Sat Jan 4


9:00AM Sweden vs Russia (WJC Semi-Final, TSN1/3/4/5)

1:00PM Canada vs Finland (WJC Semi-Final, TSN1/3/4/5)

6:00PM - Raptors @ Nets (TSN3/4)

7:00PM - Maple Leafs vs. NY Islanders (HNIC,SNO,SN360)

Sun Jan 5

9:00AM Sweden vs Finland(WJC Bronze Medal, TSN1/3/4/5)

1:00PM Canada vs Russia (WJC Gold Medal, TSN1/3/4/5)

Links:

WJC (TSN Broadcast Schedule) - https://www.tsn.ca/2019-world-junior-hockey-championship-broadcast-schedule-1.1221193
Maple Leafs (Sportsnet Broadcast Schedule) - https://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/nhl/sportsnet-releases-2019-20-toronto-maple-leafs-broadcast-schedule/
Raptors (NBA Broadcast Schedule) - https://www.nba.com/raptors/press-release/raptors-announce-2019-20-broadcast-schedule
Spengler Cup (Hockey Canada Schedule) - https://www.hockeycanada.ca/en-ca/team-canada/men/national/2019-20/spengler-cup/stats/schedule
 
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BG

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Sandin should look like a polished pro compared to many of his peers.

I would be willing to add SWE to the schedule, if there is enough interest.
 
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LeafGm

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It's a high bar to set for him, but I'll be disappointed if he's anything less than a star in this tournament.

The kid's been a high-end player in the AHL last year and this year and didn't look out-of-place during a six-game stint in the NHL to start this season. So going back and playing against a bunch of junior-level kids should be easy-peasy for him in comparison.
 

aniablue

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All my friends who love the Leafs are raving over Sandin for the most part. Me? Eye test? I like mobility, not impressed with Sandin, love to see his skating and strength improve a lot.

Kid seems to have a high IQ, some sand, and nice passing. But his lack of top end mobility will hamper him at any level imho.
 

LeafOfFaith

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Lafreniere fucks up his knee or ankle badly and leaves. Potentially disastrous for him. And Canada is finished. They were shit with him.
 

Killer93

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Yea I will be shocked if Lafreniere plays again this tournament, that looked like an awful knee injury in that collision
 
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