TSN TSN Schedule

TSN5 TV Schedule August 16, 2022

IIHF World Junior Championship: Sweden vs. Germany

2022 IIHF World Junior Championship-IIHF World Junior Championship: Sweden vs. Germany

SPORTSCENTRE

2022 SPORTSCENTRE Late 00:00-SPORTSCENTRE

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2022 SPORTSCENTRE Western Prime-SPORTSCENTRE

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2022 SPORTSCENTRE Western Prime-SPORTSCENTRE

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2022 SPORTSCENTRE Western Prime-SPORTSCENTRE

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2022 SPORTSCENTRE Western Prime-SPORTSCENTRE

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2022 SPORTSCENTRE Western Prime-SPORTSCENTRE

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2022 SPORTSCENTRE Western Prime-SPORTSCENTRE

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2022 SPORTSCENTRE Western Prime-SPORTSCENTRE

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2022 SPORTSCENTRE Western Prime-SPORTSCENTRE

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2022 SPORTSCENTRE Western Prime-SPORTSCENTRE

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2022 SPORTSCENTRE Western Prime-SPORTSCENTRE

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2022 SPORTSCENTRE Western Prime-SPORTSCENTRE

First Take

2022 First Take-First Take

This Just In

2022 This Just In-This Just In

NBA Today

2022 NBA Today-NBA Today

NFL Live

2022 NFL Live-NFL Live

SC: July Plays of the Month

2022 SC Top 10-SC: July Plays of the Month

SC: July Bloopers of the Month

2022 SC Top 10-SC: July Bloopers of the Month

SPORTSCENTRE

2022 SPORTSCENTRE Evening-SPORTSCENTRE

Countdown to UFC 278

2022 UFC PPV Countdown-Countdown to UFC 278

Dana White's Contender Series

2022 Dana White's Contender Series-Dana White's Contender Series

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2022 SPORTSCENTRE 23:00-SPORTSCENTRE

Top 50 Curling Shots of All-Time

2020 SC Top 10-Top 50 Curling Shots of All-Time

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.