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 Regular season Edit

Play-by-play Edit

  • John Wells: 1986 NHL All-Star Game
  • Jim Hughson: 1987–1998 (lead play-by-play announcer)
  • Paul Romanuk: 1989–1998 (secondary play-by-play announcer)
  • Gord Miller: 1993–1995 (occasional games), 2002–present (lead play-by-play)
  • Chris Cuthbert: 2005–present (secondary play-by-play announcer)
  • Pierre Houde: 1996–1997
  • Dennis Beyak: 2011–present (Winnipeg Jets games)
  • Vic Rauter: 2002–2003
  • Dave Randorf: 2002–2014
  • Rod Black: 2003-2004, 2010–present

Color commentator Edit

  • Howie Meeker: 1986 NHL All-Star Game
  • Roger Neilson: 1987–1989
  • Gary Green: 1987–1998 (lead color commentator), 2002-2004 (secondary color commentator)
  • Pierre McGuire: 1993–1995 (occasional games), 2002–present (lead color commentator)
  • Ryan Walter: 1993–1998 (secondary color commentator)
  • Glenn Healy: 2003 playoffs, 2005-2008 (secondary color commentator)
  • Ray Ferraro: 2008–present (secondary color commentator)
  • Dave Reid: 2008–2010 (secondary color commentator), 2013–2014 (Montreal Canadiens color commentator)
  • Mike Johnson: 2010–2014 (third color commentator)

Studio host Edit

  • Jim Van Horne: 1986 NHL All-Star Game, 1987–1990
  • John Wells: 1989–1995
  • Paul Romanuk: 1987–1989, 1995–1998 (Secondary)
  • James Duthie: 2002–present (Primary)
  • Darren Dutchyshen: 2014–present (Secondary)

Studio analyst Edit

  • Howie Meeker: 1987–1998
  • Bill Watters: 1987–1989
  • Gary Green: 1987–1998
  • Mike Keenan: 1992–1993
  • Glenn Healy: 2003–2008
  • Darren Pang: 2006–2014
  • Mike Milbury: 2007–2008

Rinkside reporters Edit

  • Bob McKenzie: 1987–1998
  • Farhan Lalji: 1997–present
  • Dave Randorf: 2002–2010
  • Ryan Rishaug: 2005–present (Edmonton Oilers or Calgary Flames games)
  • Holly Horton: 2005–2011 (Toronto Maple Leafs games)
  • James Cybulski: 2006–2012 (Toronto Maple Leafs games)
  • Sara Orlesky: 2007–2011 (Toronto Maple Leafs games) 2011–present (Winnipeg Jets games)
  • Katherine Dolan: 2009–present (Toronto Maple Leafs games)

Stanley Cup playoffs Edit

During the playoffs, TSN has 3rd, 5th, 7th, and 8th choices of First Round series, 2nd and 4th in the Second Round, and 2nd in the Conference Finals. This means that there is the possibility of TSN covering a Canadian team during the playoffs. This happened during 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs, as TSN televised Calgary Flames' First Round series against Chicago Blackhawks and in 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs when Montreal Canadiens defeated Washington Capitals in 7 games.

Stanley Cup Playoffs Edit

Year Round Series Games covered Play-by-play Color commentators
1988 Divisional semifinals New York Islanders-New Jersey Game 6 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Philadelphia-Washington Game 7 Jim Hughson Gary Green and Roger Neilson
Edmonton-Winnipeg Games 1–5 Jim Hughson Gary Green
1989 Divisional semifinals Washington-Philadelphia Games 5–6 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Pittsburgh-New York Rangers Games 1–4 Jim Hughson Gary Green
1990 Divisional semifinals Boston-Hartford Games 6–7 Jim Hughson Gary Green
New York Rangers-New York Islanders Games 1–5 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Chicago-Minnesota Game 1–7 Jim Hughson Gary Green
1991 Divisional semifinals Pittsburgh-New Jersey Games 1–7 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Chicago-Minnesota Games 1–6 Jim Hughson Gary Green
St. Louis-Detroit Game 7 Jim Hughson Gary Green
1992 Divisional semifinals New York Rangers-New Jersey Games 1–7 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Detroit-Minnesota Games 1–7 Jim Hughson Gary Green
1993 Divisional semifinals Pittsburgh-New Jersey Games 2–5

(Game 4 used ABC's feed)

Jim Hughson (Games 2–3, 5)

Gary Thorne (Game 4)

Gary Green (Games 2–3, 5)

Bill Clement (Game 4)

Washington-New York Islanders Game 6 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Boston-Buffalo Game 1, 4 Paul Romanuk Ryan Walter
Chicago-St. Louis Games 2–4 Jim Hughson Gary Green
1994 Conference quarterfinals New York Rangers-New York Islanders Games 1–4 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Pittsburgh-Washington Games 1–2, 4–6 Gord Miller (Game 1)

Jim Hughson (Games 2, 4–6)

Pierre McGuire (Game 1)

Gary Green (Games 2, 4–5)

Detroit-San Jose Games 4–7 Gord Miller (Game 4)

Paul Romanuk (Game 5)
Jim Hughson (Games 6–7)

Pierre McGuire (Game 4)

Ryan Walter (Game 5)

Gary Green (Games 6–7)

Dallas-St. Louis Games 2–3 Paul Romanuk Ryan Walter
New Jersey Devils-Buffalo Games 6–7

(Game 6 was joined-in-progress for overtime and used SportsChannel New York's feed)

Mike Emrick (Game 6)

Jim Hughson (Game 7)

Peter McNab (Game 6)

Gary Green (Game 7)

1995 Conference quarterfinals Pittsburgh-Washington Games 1–7 Jim Hughson (Games 1–4, 6–7)

Paul Romanuk (Game 5)

Gary Green (Games 1–4, 6–7)

Ryan Walter (Game 5)

Boston-New Jersey Game 5 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Detroit-Dallas Games 1–3, 5 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
1996 Conference quarterfinals Philadelphia-Tampa Bay Games 1–6 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Pittsburgh-Washington Games 1–6 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Florida-Boston Game 5 Paul Romanuk Ryan Walter
1997 Conference quarterfinals Philadelphia-Pittsburgh Games 1–5 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Florida-New York Rangers Game 5 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Colorado-Chicago Games 1–5 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Detroit-St. Louis Game 6 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Anaheim-Phoenix Games 3, 5–7
(Game 3 was joined-in-progress and used Fox's feed,
Game 5 used ESPN2's feed,
Fame 6 also used Fox's feed)
Jiggs McDonald (Games 3, 6)

Dave Ryan (Game 5)
Jim Hughson (Game 7)

Peter McNab (Games 3, 6)

Joe Micheletti (Game 5)
Gary Green (Game 7)

1998 Conference quarterfinals Philadelphia-Buffalo Games 1–5 Jim Hughson Gary Green
Colorado-Edmonton Game 3

(used CBC's feed)

Don Wittman John Garrett
Detroit-Phoenix Games 3–6 Jim Hughson (Games 3, 6)

Paul Romanuk (Games 4-5)

Gary Green (Games 3, 6)

Ryan Walter (Games 4-5)

St. Louis-Los Angeles Games 1–4 Paul Romanuk Ryan Walter
2003 Conference quarterfinals New Jersey-Boston Games 1, 3–5 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
Tampa Bay-Washington Games 5–6 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
Detroit-Anaheim Games 1, 3–4 Gord Miller (Game 1)

Dave Randorf (Games 3–4)

Pierre McGuire (Game 1)

Gary Green (Games 3–4)

Colorado-Minnesota Games 2, 4–7 Dave Randorf (Games 2, 5, 7)

Gord Miller (Games 4, 6)

Gary Green (Games 2, 5, 7)

Pierre McGuire (Games 4, 6)

Conference semifinals New Jersey-Tampa Bay Games 1–5

(Game 1 used ESPN2 feed,
Game 2 used ABC's feed)

Gary Thorne (Games 1–2)

Vic Rauter (Games 3–5)

Bill Clement (Games 1–2)

John Davidson (Game 2) Glenn Healy (Games 3–5)

Dallas-Anaheim Games 1–6 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
Conference finals Minnesota-Anaheim Games 2–4 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
2004 Conference quarterfinals Philadelphia-New Jersey Games 1–5

(Games 2–4 used ESPN2 feed)

Dave Randorf (Game 1)

Joe Beninati (Game 2)
Steve Levy (Games 3–4)
Gord Miller (Game 5)

Gary Green (Game 1)
Neil Smith (Game 2)
Darren Pang (Games 3–4)
Pierre McGuire (Game 5)
Detroit-Nashville Games 1–5

(Game 2 used ABC's feed)

Dave Randorf (Game 1)

Gary Thorne (Game 2)

Gord Miller (Games 3–5)

Gary Green (Game 1)

Bill Clement and John Davidson (Game 2)

Pierre McGuire (Games 3–5)

San Jose-St. Louis Games 1, 3, 5 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
Colorado-Dallas Games 1–2, 4–5

(Game 5 used ABC's feed)

Gord Miller (Games 1–2, 4)

Mike Emrick (Game 5)

Pierre McGuire (Games 1–2, 4)

Eddie Olczyk (Game 5)

Conference semifinals San Jose-Colorado Games 1–6

(Games 2, 5 used ABC's feed)

Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
Conference finals Tampa Bay-Philadelphia Games 1, 4, 6 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
2006 Conference quarterfinals New Jersey-New York Rangers Games 1, 4

(used NBC's feed)

Mike Emrick John Davidson,
Joe Micheletti (Game 1)

Pierre McGuire (Game 4)

Buffalo-Philadelphia Games 1–6

(Game 5 used NBC's feed)

Gord Miller (Games 1–4, 6)
Mike Emrick (Game 5)
Pierre McGuire (Games 1–4, 6)
Peter McNab and Cammi Granato (Game 5)
Dallas-Colorado Games 2–4

(used OLN's feed,
Game 2 was joined–in–progress)

Chris Cuthbert Glenn Healy
Nashville-San Jose Games 1–4

(Game 2 used NBC's feed)

Chris Cuthbert Glenn Healy (Games 1, 3–4)

Peter McNab and Cammi Granato (Game 2)

Conference semifinals Carolina-New Jersey Games 1–5

(Games 1, 4 used NBC's feed)

Chris Cuthbert (Games 1–3, 5)

Mike Emrick (Game 4)

Peter McNab and Cammi Granato (Game 1)

Glenn Healy (Games 2–3, 5)
John Davidson and Pierre McGuire (Game 4)

Anaheim-Colorado Games 1–4

(Game 2 used NBC's feed)

Gord Miller (Games 1, 3–4)

Mike Emrick (Game 2)

Pierre McGuire (all games)

Eddie Olczyk (Game 2)

Conference finals Carolina-Buffalo Games 1–2, 6–7 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
2007 Conference quarterfinals Buffalo–New York Islanders Games 1–5 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
Atlanta-New York Rangers Games 1–4

(Game 1, 3–4 used MSG's feed, Game 2 used NBC's feed)

Sam Rosen (Games 1, 3–4)

Dave Strader (Game 2)

John Davidson (Games 1, 3–4)
Brian Engblom (Game 2)
Anaheim-Minnesota Games 1–6 Chris Cuthbert Glenn Healy
Nashville-San Jose Games 1–2, 5 Gord Miller (Games 1–2)

Chris Cuthbert (Game 5)

Pierre McGuire (Games 1–2)

Glenn Healy (Game 5)

Conference semifinals Buffalo-New York Rangers Games 1–5 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
Detroit-San Jose Games 1–6

(Games 2, 5 used NBC's feed)

Chris Cuthbert Glenn Healy
Conference finals Detroit-Anaheim Games 1–6 Chris Cuthbert Glenn Healy
2008 Conference quarterfinals
Washington-Philadelphia Games 1–7 Chris Cuthbert Glenn Healy
New Jersey-New York Rangers Games 1–5 Chris Cuthbert (Games 1–4)

Gord Miller (Game 5)

Glenn Healy (Games 1–4)

Pierre McGuire (Game 5)

Minnesota-Colorado Games 1–2, 5 Gord Miller (Game 1)

Rod Black (Game 2)
Chris Cuthbert (Game 5)

Pierre McGuire (Games 1–2)

Glenn Healy (Game 5)

Anaheim-Dallas Games 1–6 Chris Cuthbert Glenn Healy
Conference semifinals San Jose-Dallas Games 1–6 Chris Cuthbert Glenn Healy
Conference finals Detroit-Dallas Games 1–4 Chris Cuthbert Glenn Healy
2009 Conference quarterfinals Washington-New York Rangers Games 1–7

(Game 6 used NBC's feed)

Gord Miller Ray Ferraro
New Jersey-Carolina Games 1–7

(Games 1–5, 7 used MSG Plus' feed, Game 6 used Versus' feed)

Steve Cangialosi (Games 1–5, 7)
Joe Beninati (Game 6)
Peter McNab (Games 1–5, 7)

Darren Eliot (Game 6)

Detroit-Columbus Games 1–4

(Game 1 used Versus' feed, Games 2–4 used Fox Sports Detroit's feed)

Joe Beninati (Game 1)
Ken Daniels (Games 2–4)
Darren Eliot (Game 1)

Larry Murphy (Games 2–4)

Chicago-Calgary Games 1–6 Chris Cuthbert Pierre McGuire
Conference semifinals Boston-Carolina Games 1–7 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
Washington-Pittsburgh Game 6 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
Detroit-Anaheim Games 2–6 Chris Cuthbert Ray Ferraro
Conference finals Pittsburgh-Carolina Games 1–2 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
Detroit-Chicago Games 1–2

(Game 1 used NBC's feed)

Mike Emrick (Game 1)

Gord Miller (Game 2)

Eddie Olczyk (Game 1)

Pierre McGuire (All games)

2010 Conference quarterfinals Washington-Montreal Games 1–7 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
New Jersey-Philadelphia Games 1–5

(Game 4 used MSG Plus' feed)

Chris Cuthbert (Games 1–2, 5)

Gord Miller (Game 3)
Mike Emrick (Game 4)

Ray Ferraro (Games 1–2, 5)

Pierre McGuire (Game 3)
Peter McNab (Game 4)

Chicago-Nashville Games 1–6

(Games 1, 4 used CSN Chicago's feed, Game 5 used NBC's feed)

Pat Foley (Games 1, 4)

Chris Cuthbert (Games 2–3, 6)

Mike Emrick (Game 5)

Darren Pang (Games 1, 4)

Ray Ferraro (Games 2–3, 6)
Eddie Olczyk (Game 5)

Phoenix-Detroit Games 1–7

(Games 1–2, 5 used Versus' feed, Games 3, 6 used NBC's feed)

Rick Peckham (Games 1–2, 5)

Mike Emrick (Games 3, 6)
Gord Miller (Game 4)
Chris Cuthbert (Game 7)

Daryl Reaugh (Games 1–2, 5)

Eddie Olczyk (Games 3, 6)
Pierre McGuire (Games 4, 6)
Ray Ferraro (Game 7)

Conference semifinals Boston-Philadelphia Games 1–7 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
San Jose-Detroit Games 1–5 Chris Cuthbert Ray Ferraro
Conference finals Chicago-San Jose Games 1–3 Chris Cuthbert Pierre McGuire
2011 Conference quarterfinals Washington-New York Games 1–5

(Games 3, 5 used NBC's feed)

Chris Cuthbert Pierre McGuire
Philadelphia-Buffalo Games 1–7

(Games 1, 4 used CSN Philadelphia's feed, Game 6 used NBC's feed)

Jim Jackson (Games 1, 4)

Chris Cuthbert (Games 2–3, 5, 7)
Mike Emrick (Game 6)

Bill Clement (Games 1, 4)

Pierre McGuire (Games 2–3, 5, 7)
Eddie Olczyk and Darren Pang (Game 6)

San Jose-Los Angeles Games 1–6 Gord Miller Ray Ferraro
Anaheim-Nashville Games 1–6

(Games 1-2, 4 used SportsSouth's feed)

Pete Weber (Games 1–2, 4)

Chris Cuthbert (Games 3, 6)
Gord Miller (Game 5)

Drew Remenda (Games 1–2, 4)

Pierre McGuire (Games 3, 6)
Ray Ferraro (Game 5)

Conference semifinals Washington-Tampa Bay Games 1, 3–4 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
Philadelphia-Boston Game 2 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
San Jose-Detroit Games 1–7

(Game 2 used NBC's feed)

Chris Cuthbert Ray Ferraro
Conference finals Boston-Tampa Bay Games 2–4 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
2012 Conference quarterfinals Florida-New Jersey Games 1–7

(Game 1 used Fox Sports Florida's feed, Game 2 used NBCSN feed)

Steve Goldstein (Games 1, 4–5)

Rick Peckham (Game 2)
Gord Miller (Games 3, 6–7)

Bill Lindsay (Games 1, 4–5)
Daryl Reaugh (Game 2)
Pierre McGuire (Games 3, 6–7)
Pittsburgh-Philadelphia Games 1–6 Gord Miller Ray Ferraro
St. Louis-San Jose Games 1–5

(Game 1 used CNBC's feed, Game 2 used Fox Sports Midwest's feed)

Rick Peckham (Game 1)

John Kelly (Game 2)
Chris Cuthbert (Games 3–4)
Gord Miller (Game 5)

Daryl Reaugh (Game 1)
Craig Simpson (Game 2)
Ray Ferraro (Games 3–4)
Pierre McGuire (Game 5)
Phoenix-Chicago Games 1–6 Chris Cuthbert Ray Ferraro
Conference semifinals St. Louis-Los Angeles Games 1–4 Chris Cuthbert Ray Ferraro
Phoenix-Nashville Games 1–5 Gord Miller Pierre McGuire
Conference finals Phoenix-Los Angeles Games 1–3 Chris Cuthbert Ray Ferraro

Notes Edit

  • 1998 – Due to the television premiere of the film Apollo 13, Game 3 of the Colorado–Edmonton playoff series was seen on both CBC and TSN, using CBC's feed. CBC's end of the deal was regionally televised west of Ontario, while TSN broadcast the game east of Manitoba.
  • 2003 – Game 2 of the New Jersey–Boston was not televised as TSN instead, aired the World Curling Championships from Winnipeg.
  • Game 3 of the Detroit–Anaheim series was joined in progress after the completion of WWE Raw. Likewise, Game 6 of the Dallas-Anaheim series was joined-in-progress after the completion of WWE Raw.

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