Why is the Habs/Jets/Leafs/Sens game blacked out on TSN in my area?
TSN owns regional broadcast rights to a package of Montreal Canadiens, Winnipeg Jets, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Ottawa Senators games. These regional broadcast rights allow us to deliver live coverage of the Habs/Jets/Leafs/Sens in the teams' respective broadcast regions. Each team's broadcast region is determined by the NHL, not TSN. If you are receiving a blackout message on TSN during a Habs/Jets/Leafs/Sens game then you live outside the teams' respective territory, as defined by the NHL. For more information about blackouts during NHL games, please contact the NHL.

TSN's Expansion to Five National Feeds

TSN expanded its lineup to a total of five national feeds, TSN1, TSN2, TSN3, TSN4, and TSN5, on August 25, 2014.  Already home to Canada's most diverse lineup of sports programming and biggest championships, TSN is expanding to deliver more content and more choice to sports fans. This means:
- More championships than any other broadcaster in the country
- More football, hockey, soccer, golf, baseball, tennis, basketball, and auto racing
- More live game coverage and more choice of games and events taking place at the same time
- More TSN news and information shows at a time that is right for you

For more information about TSN's expansion, including programming and availability, please see below for a list of frequently asked questions. For what's airing on TSN or where to find TSN on TV, please visit TSN.ca/TV for TSN broadcast schedules and channel listings.

Hockey on TSN

What NHL hockey airs on TSN?
TSN owns a package of 190+ regional NHL games featuring the Winnipeg Jets, Ottawa Senators, Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs.

How do I watch Leafs games on TSN?
TSN's regional package of Leafs games air on TSN4. To access regional Leafs games on TSN4, fans must live in the Leafs' designated broadcast region as defined by the NHL, which includes Ontario (excluding the Ottawa Valley region). You can find the Toronto Maple Leafs regional broadcast schedule here.

How do I watch Jets games on TSN?
TSN's regional package of Winnipeg Jets games air on TSN3. To access regional Jets games on TSN3, fans must live in the Jets' designated broadcast region as defined by the NHL, which includes Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, the Northwest Territories, and parts of Northwestern Ontario including Kenora, Dryden, and Thunder Bay. You can find the Winnipeg Jets' regional broadcast schedule here.

How do I watch Sens games on TSN?
TSN's regional package of regional Ottawa Senators games air on TSN5. To access regional Senators games on TSN5, fans must live in the Sens' designated broadcast region as defined by the NHL, which includes Eastern Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada. You can find the Ottawa Senators regional broadcast schedule here.

How do I watch Habs games on TSN?
TSN's regional package of regional Montreal Canadiens games air on TSN2. To access regional Canadiens games on TSN2, fans must live in the designated broadcast region as defined by the NHL, which includes Eastern Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada. You can find the Montreal Canadiens regional broadcast schedule here.

Every TSN feed is national - does that mean TSN's regional NHL games will be available nationwide?
No. TSN's regional NHL coverage is available within the team's designated broadcast region, as defined by the NHL. All other TSN programming is available nationwide.

Why is the Jets/Habs/Leafs/Sens game blacked out on TSN in my area?
Beginning this season, TSN owns regional broadcast rights to a package of Montreal Canadiens, Winnipeg Jets, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Ottawa Senators games. These regional broadcast rights allow us to deliver live coverage of the Habs/Jets/Leafs/Sens in the teams' respective broadcast regions. Each team's broadcast region is determined by the NHL, not TSN. If you are receiving a blackout message during a Habs/Jets/Leafs/Sens game on TSN, then you live outside the teams' respective territory, as defined by the NHL. For more information about blackouts during NHL games, please contact the NHL.

Availability

Does my service provider offer TSN1, TSN2, TSN3, TSN4 and TSN5?
TSN is continuing to work closely with all television service providers to ensure as many subscribers as possible have access to our feeds. The following distributors offer TSN1, TSN2, TSN3, TSN4, and TSN5:
Access Communication
Bell Fibe TV
Bell Satellite
Cogeco Cable Inc.
Eastlink
FibreOP TV (Bell Aliant)
MTS
Rogers
SaskTel
Shaw
Shaw Direct
Source Cable
TELUS Optik TV
Westman Media Cooperative

How much will it cost to subscribe to TSN's new feeds?
Any questions relating to pricing and availability should be directed to your television service provider.

Where can I find broadcast schedules for TSN?
You can find TSN's most up-to-date broadcast schedules on TSN.ca/TV.

What channel number will TSN1/2/3/4/5 be on in my city?
You can find channel listings for TSN1, TSN2, TSN3, TSN4, and TSN5 on TSN.ca. Any additional questions relating to channel placements should be directed to your television service provider.

Do I have to ask my TV service provider for the new feeds?
If your television service provider is not listed above, it is best to contact them directly about the availability of TSN1, TSN2, TSN3, TSN4, and TSN5.

Will every feed be available across Canada?
Yes. All five TSN feeds are available nationally.

I have a digital subscription to TSN - what feeds will I receive?
If you have a digital subscription to TSN and use a participating television service provider, you will be eligible to receive TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, and TSN5. Your television service provider can confirm which feeds you will receive. To receive TSN2 you will continue to require a subscription.

I have a digital subscription to TSN and TSN2 - what feeds will I receive?
If you have a digital subscription to TSN and TSN2 and use a participating television service provider, you will be eligible to receive all five TSN feeds. Your television service provider can confirm which feed you will receive.

What happens to TSN2?
Our TSN2 service will continue to be a part of the TSN lineup and offer a slate of world-class programming.

Does that mean TSN subscribers automatically get TSN2?
Just like now, you will still require a subscription to get that service.

I'm an analog subscriber - what happens to my TSN?
If you don't have a digital receiver but use a participating television service provider you will receive a primary TSN feed based on where you live in Canada.
TSN1: Primary feed for British Columbia, Alberta and Yukon
TSN3: Primary feed for Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Nunavut, Northwest Territories and parts of Northern Ontario (including 60 regional Winnipeg Jets games)
TSN4: Primary feed for Ontario, excluding Ottawa (including 26 regional Toronto Maple Leafs games)
TSN5: Primary feed for Ottawa, parts of Southeastern Ontario, Quebec and all Atlantic Canada (including 53 regional Ottawa Senators games)

Hold on - I thought every TSN feed was available nationally. Why does each region have a primary feed?
Yes, all five TSN feeds will be available nationally. However, among these feeds, one will be designated as the primary feed for each region of the country to allow for the distribution of regionally relevant content on the primary TSN channel location.

I live in the U.S./outside of Canada; can I watch TSN?
TSN feeds are only available in Canada.

For More Information

Who can I contact if I have more questions?
audiencerelations@tsn.ca