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What's On TSN

  • Habs on TSN

    New Jersey Devils vs. Montreal Canadiens

    Available to viewers in the Canadiens region

    Thu 7:30PM ET / 8:30PM AT on TSN2

  • Jets on TSN

    Chicago Blackhawks vs. Winnipeg Jets

    Available to viewers in the Jets region

    Thu 7PM CT on TSN3

  • Thursday Night Football

    Denver Broncos vs. Indianapolis Colts

    Thu 8:25PM ET / 5:25PM PT on TSN1, TSN4, TSN5 and CTV Two

  • Channel One Cup

    Canada vs. Czech Republic

    Fri 11:30AM ET / 8:30AM PT on TSN1 and TSN5

  • Molson Canadian Leafs Hockey on TSN

    Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Detroit Red Wings

    Available to viewers in the Maple Leafs region

    Fri 7:30PM ET on TSN4


Fantasy Games

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  • Dec 3

    Marcel Hirscher

    Austria's Hirscher wins World Cup giant slalom

    Marcel Hirscher of Austria stormed back from a first-run deficit to win a World Cup giant slalom race Sunday as rival Ted Ligety struggled. Hirscher finished in a combined time of 2 minutes, 37.30 seconds to show he's quickly getting back up to speed after breaking his ankle in August.

  • Dec 3

    Tina Weirather

    Weirather captures elusive gold with World Cup super-G win

    Tina Weirather finally stepped to the top of the podium in Lake Louise, Alta., with a victory in Sunday's World-Cup super-G. The 28-year-old from Liechtenstein had been second five times and third twice in previous downhill and super-G races at the Alberta resort.

  • Dec 2

    Katharina Althaus

    Germany's Althaus wins ski jumping at World Cup

    Germany's Katharina Althaus won the second of three individual competitions on Saturday at the FIS World Cup women's ski jumping with 98.5 and 93.0 meters and 271.7 points. Norway's Maren Lundby was second with 267,3 points and Japan's Yuki Ito (249.2) was third.

  • Dec 2

    Mikaela Shiffrin

    American Shiffrin earns first World Cup downhil win

    U.S. slalom star Mikaela Shiffrin raced to her first World Cup downhill victory Saturday at Lake Louise. Racing in her fourth career downhill, the 22-year-old Olympic and world slalom champion finished in 1 minute, 27.55 seconds to edge Germany's Viktoria Rebensberg by 0.13 seconds.

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