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2011-12 WHL ON SHAW BROADCAST SCHEDULE

Calgary, AB. – 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 2011-12 WHL Regular Season.  The WHL on SHAW will also provide extensive coverage of the 2012 WHL Playoffs, broadcasting a full series in each of the four rounds including the WHL Championship Series, as team’s battle for the Ed Chynoweth Cup.  SHAW is entering its eighth season as the official regional cable broadcaster of the WHL and made huge strides during the 2011 WHL Playoffs broadcasting the entire WHL Championship Series in High Definition. 

“Shaw’s extensive coverage of the WHL will allow our fans to watch live the world’s finest hockey action throughout the WHL regular season and playoffs,” commented WHL Commissioner Ron Robison, “We look forward to featuring some excellent match-ups again this year during the WHL on Shaw broadcasts.” 

The 2010-11 WHL on SHAW broadcast schedule will highlight key rivals LIVE every Friday night 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 22, with a special season opening game at Moose Jaw’s brand new Mosaic Place featuring the Warriors and WHL East Division rivals the Brandon Wheat Kings.  The feature game will be broadcast LIVE on SHAW TV starting with a half hour preview show and full coverage of the opening night festivities at 7:00pm MT.   Two nights later, on Saturday, September 24, Shaw will also broadcast the WHL’s return to Victoria as the Royals host the Vancouver Giants in their home opener LIVE from Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre at 7:00pm PT.

2011-12 ‘WHL on SHAW’ Broadcast Schedule

Day

Date

Visitors

 

Home

Local

Thursday

Sept. 22/11

Brandon

@

Moose Jaw

7:00pm

Saturday

Sept. 24/11

Vancouver

@

Victoria

7:00pm

Friday

Oct. 7/11

Spokane

@

Kamloops

7:00pm

Friday

Oct. 21/11

Portland

@

Edmonton

7:00pm

Wednesday

Nov. 2/11

Calgary

@

Saskatoon

7:00pm

Wednesday

Nov. 9/11

Edmonton

@

Vancouver

7:00pm

Friday

Nov. 11/11

Seattle

@

Calgary

7:00pm

Friday

Nov. 18/11

Medicine Hat

@

Brandon

7:30pm

Wednesday

Nov. 23/11

Edmonton

@

Lethbridge

7:00pm

Friday

Nov. 25/11

Vancouver

@

Prince Albert

7:00pm

Wednesday

Nov. 30/11

Lethbridge

@

Medicine Hat

7:00pm

Friday

Dec. 2/11

Prince George

@

Kamloops

7:00pm

Friday

Dec. 9/11

Regina

@

Moose Jaw

7:00pm

Wednesday

Dec. 14/11

Victoria

@

Edmonton

7:00pm

Friday

Dec. 16/11

Moose Jaw

@

Saskatoon

7:00pm

Friday

Jan. 6/12

Medicine Hat

@

Lethbridge

7:00pm

Wednesday

Jan. 11/12

Kootenay

@

Red Deer

7:00pm

Friday

Jan. 13/12

Tri-City

@

Vancouver

7:30pm

Friday

Jan. 20/12

Kootenay

@

Moose Jaw

7:00pm

Wednesday

Jan. 25/12

Kamloops

@

Kelowna

7:00pm

Friday

Jan. 27/12

Tri-City

@

Red Deer

7:30pm

Friday

Feb. 3/12

Red Deer

@

Edmonton

7:00pm

Wednesday

Feb. 8/12

Brandon

@

Regina

7:00pm

Friday

Feb. 10/12

Everett

@

Vancouver

7:30pm

Friday

Feb. 17/12

Prince George

@

Victoria

7:00pm

Friday

Feb. 24/12

Kelowna

@

Lethbridge

7:00pm

Wednesday

Feb. 29/12

Swift Current

@

Calgary

7:00pm

Friday

Mar. 2/12

Kelowna

@

Kamloops

7:00pm

Wednesday

Mar. 7/12

Saskatoon

@

Prince Albert

7:00pm

Friday

Mar. 9/12

Victoria

@

Kelowna

7:00pm

Tuesday

Mar. 13/12

Prince Albert

@

Saskatoon

7:00pm

Friday

Mar. 16/12

Kelowna

@

Vancouver

7:30pm

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