The Toronto Maple Leafs have released their full television and radio schedule for the 2017-18 season.
Sportsnet will be home to 56 Leaf games. 40 games will be televised nationally, while they will carry 16 regional games on Sportsnet Ontario in the Leafs viewing area.
TSN will carry 26 regional games that can be seen on TSN4 in the Leafs viewing area.
On radio, the schedule is split with 41 games each on Sportsnet’s the Fan 590 and TSN’s TSN 1050.
Returning to the broadcast booth for the Leafs on Sportsnet and their regional coverage is Play-by-Play man Paul Romanuk along side analyst Greg Millen. Shawn MacKenzie will provide reports rinkside.
In studio, Darren Millard hosts the panel alongside Nick Kypreos, Elliotte Friedman and Colby Armstrong.
On TSN, Gord Miller and Chris Cuthbert will return to split the Play-by-Play duties with Ray Ferraro or Jamie McLennan returning between the benches.
The in-studio panel for TSN will comprise of host James Duthie alongside Bob Mackenzie, Dave Poulin and Jeff O’Neill.
The Radio team for all 82 Leaf games will continue to be long time Leaf voice Joe Bowen and Jim Ralph on colour.
For Nationally televised games, Rogers will use its collection of broadcasters to call all the action, including Romanuk, Jim Hughson on Hockey Night in Canada, and Dave Randorf, with Millen, Craig Simpson and Garry Galley providing in-game analysis. Games can be seen on Sportsnet, Sportsnet One and Sportsnet 360 during their Wednesday Night Hockey and Hometown Hockey Telecasts, and on Saturdays with Hockey Night in Canada on the CBC.
Here is the Leaf’s full television schedule:
SN = Sportsnet
SNO = Sportsnet Ontario
TSN4 = The Sports Network
HNIC = Hockey Night In Canada (Channel distribution will be announced weekly)