TSN is a Canadian English language sports specialty service owned by Bell Media. TSN is Canada’s Sports Leader and provides world-class content across its industry-leading platforms including five national television feeds. The network’s deep and diverse roster of live sports programming includes the Grey Cup, IIHF World Junior Championship, Spengler Cup, Hockey Canada events, CFL, NFL, NBA, MLS, Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, Montreal Canadiens, Winnipeg Jets, Season of Champions Curling, FIFA World Cup™, Premier League, Soccer Canada, CONCACAF Gold Cup, MLB, Golf’s Majors, NASCAR, F1, Grand Slam Tennis, UFC, NCAA March Madness, Skate Canada and Rugby Canada events.
Below are a number of notable scheduling highlights for the upcoming 2003-04 NHL season on TSN: Read more
TSN has 90 hours of Wimbledon 2003 from the All England Lawn and Tennis Club, beginning Monday, June 23 at 7 a.m. ET with first- round matches. Read more
TSN drops the puck for all the hard-hitting action of the Stanley Cup® Playoffs with a minimum of eight and maximum of 16 games during the First Round. TSN has coverage of the first three ro... Read more
TSN brings curling fans 57 hours of coverage of the 2003 Ford World Curling Championships – the final event of the 2002-03 curling season – from Winnipeg from April 5 to 12. In c... Read more
TSN announced today that Dalhousie University volleyball standout Chris Geddes is the winner of the 2003 Dale Iwanoczko TSN Award, in recognition of his commitment to athletics, academics an... Read more
TSN brings curling fans 57 hours of coverage of the 2003 Nokia Brier – the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship – from Halifax, NS beginning with Draw #1 on Saturday, March... Read more
TSN has more than 59 hours of coverage of all of the biters, freezes and takeouts from the 2003 Scott Tournament of Hearts at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium Complex in Kitchener-Waterloo,... Read more