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TSN Trade Deadline Coverage On ESPN+ & ESPN2

ESPN press release,

Beginning Monday, April 12 at 8 a.m. ET, TSN’s leading team of hockey insiders and experts provide breaking TRADECENTRE news and analysis throughout a full day of coverage from Canada’s Sports Leader. ESPN+ will stream the entire TRADECENTRE coverage, while ESPN2 will simulcast from 2-4 p.m. ESPN+/ESPN2 have carried TSN’s TRADECENTRE since 2018.

TSN’s TRADECENTRE host James Duthie will lead a team of hockey experts in day-long coverage of all the NHL trade deadline action. Covering deadline day from all angles, TRADECENTRE is a signature annual special from TSN, featuring breaking news and instant analysis of each transaction, as well as interviews with players, GMs, and coaches.

Beginning with the start of the 2021-22 season in October, ESPN+ will stream more than 1,000 live NHL games per season, including 75 national games per season produced by ESPN and streamed exclusively on both ESPN+ and Hulu, a first. Additionally, ESPN+ subscribers get truly incredible value with more than 1,000 out-of-market games now available digitally only on the industry-leading sports streaming service – making it a must-have for hockey fans. ESPN+, which topped 12.1 million subscribers by the end of 2020, nearly doubling in a year, also features “In the Crease” an exclusive original highlights show, hosted by ESPN’s Linda Cohn and Barry Melrose each NHL gameday throughout the season.

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d ca's avatar

Thanks for this. Positive result of the ESPN contract and a sign ESPN is going to put resources into it.

Hope they have the mini golf green out this year. James Duthie killing time is hilarious. Then complaining about amount of money spent during free agent frenzy and having to cut to someone else saying nothing is going on now.

Posted by d ca on 04/10/21 at 07:59 PM ET

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