Sharks Announce 2010-11 TV Schedule
81 Regular Season Games Scheduled to be Televised
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In addition, the Sharks are scheduled to appear on VERSUS nationally five times – Oct. 8 vs. Columbus (in Stockholm, Sweden), Nov. 2 at Minnesota, Dec. 6 at Detroit, Dec. 8 at Philadelphia and March 14 at Chicago – bringing the total number of Sharks games broadcast to 81.
Comcast SportsNet California will begin its coverage of Sharks hockey on Saturday, October 9, when the Sharks face off against Columbus at 12:00 p.m. PDT from Stockholm, Sweden as part of 2010 Compuware NHL Premiere and NHL Face-Off.
Long-time play-by-play announcer Randy Hahn will again serve as the voice for Comcast SportsNet California’s broadcasts. The six-time Northern California Emmy Award winner will once again be joined by fan favorite Drew Remenda. Remenda has served nine seasons as the Sharks television color analyst, winning four local Emmy Awards. Hahn and Remenda will be joined by six-time regional Emmy Award winning reporter Brodie Brazil.
Comcast SportsNet California’s Sharks Pregame Live will lead viewers right to the drop of the puck with a breakdown of the evening’s matchup, insightful analysis, and interviews with Sharks coaches and players. Immediately following Sharks games on Comcast SportsNet California, Sharks Postgame Live will provide in-depth game analysis, complete game highlights, a live look at Coach Todd McLellan’s press conference, interviews from the dressing room and player reaction, and a preview of the next game. The shows are anchored by Comcast SportsNet’s Scott Reiss and features analysis from two-time U.S. Olympian and member of the 2006 Stanley Cup champion Carolina Hurricanes Bret Hedican and CSNCalifornia.com’s Senior Insider Ray Ratto.
For approximately 24 hours following each game, Comcast SportsNet California’s Sharks telecasts will be available on Comcast Digital Cable’s ON DEMAND Channel 1 at no additional cost. Most Sharks HDTV games will also be available at ON DEMAND Channel 1.