TSN TSN Schedule

TSN2 TV Schedule July 13, 2024

SC: Top Mascot Moments

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CFL Wired

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E60: No Easy Victories - The 1994 New York Rangers

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CFL on TSN: Stampeders vs. Blue Bombers

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SC: June Plays of the Month

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Australian Rules Football: Melbourne vs. Essendon

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SC: June Plays of the Month

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CFL on TSN: Stampeders vs. Blue Bombers

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CFL on TSN: Stampeders vs. Blue Bombers

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Premier Lacrosse League: All-Star Game

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SC: Coaches Gone Wild

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PokerStars: Big Game on Tour - Episode 3

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SC: Outrageous NASCAR Moments

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SC: Top Playoff Soundbites

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SC: Top Mascot Moments

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AEW Collision: Calgary

2024 AEW Collison-AEW Collision: Calgary

2024 Wimbledon Tennis: Ladies' Final

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About TSN TSN

The Sports Network (TSN) is a sports network broadcast in Canada in English language, owned by CTV Specialty Television, a joint-venture between Bell Media and ESPN.

The network was first launched on September 1, 1984 and has established itself as one of the top options for sports fans in Canada.

TSN network channels focus on sports-related programming, including live and recorded event telecasts, sports talk shows, and other original programming.

TSN service now consists of five 24-hour channels: TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, and TSN5, with each designated as the primary TSN network for each region of Canada.