Vancouver Canucks Radio Network Expands to 24 Stations

The Vancouver Canucks celebrate a goal in January 2017. (Darryl Dyck/CP)

Sportsnet is expanding its radio coverage of the Vancouver Canucks this season, giving fans even more options to listen to live game broadcasts throughout the province.

Beginning this season, Canucks games can be heard on 24 radio stations across British Columbia along the Sportsnet Radio Network.

 

               Sportsnet Radio Network               
CITY FREQUENCY
Abbotsford 107.1 FM
Ashcroft/Cache Creek 1340 AM
Blue River/Valemount 98.1 FM
Burns Lake 92.9 FM
Clearwater 1400 AM
Francois Lake 102.5 FM
Granisle 101.9 FM
Haida Gwaii 92.9 FM
Hazelton 101.9 FM
Houston 105.5 FM
Kamloops 610 AM
Kelowna 1150 AM
Kitimat 92.9 FM
Kitwanga 92.9 FM
Merritt 1230 AM
Prince Rupert 101.9 FM
Smithers 92.9 FM
Sorrento/Shuswap 107.1 FM
Stewart 92.9 FM
Terrace 103.1 FM
Tofino 90.1 FM
Ucluelet 99.5 FM
Victoria 103.1 FM

 

Sportsnet 650 is the new exclusive radio home of Vancouver Canucks hockey, broadcasting every game live.   Listeners can also tune into Canucks broadcasts on HD Receivers at 96.9 FM- HD3, as well as on the Sportsnet App, the Radioplayer Canada App or by streaming live on Sportsnet.ca/650.

Published on September 21, 2017 at 11:13 am by boredop

Comments

September 21, 2017 - 12:16 pm

Rocker Rich

Just like when CKNW lost Canucks rights, CFAX will have to figure out an evening programming strategy. The lowest hanging fruit would be simulcasting Adler. Trouble with that is Chuck’s interminable plugs for NW content and staff plus emphasis on Vancouver topics. Does CFAX management want to encourage Victoria listeners to turn the dial to 980 when its daytime signal is strongest?


September 21, 2017 - 1:24 pm

Mark

With the advent of internet radio networks like this are not a big thing.


September 21, 2017 - 6:19 pm

Christoff

My experience with SN stations is that they do not allow streaming of their nhl broadcasts. I will try some of the above listed stations and see if any of them slip thru the cracks.


September 22, 2017 - 7:11 am

Paul smith

This will at least guarantee Sportsnet execs that 24 people in BC are listening to these boring games….😎


September 22, 2017 - 10:25 am

Barry T

What a task trying to get excited about a team predicted to be in the basement for at least the next few years to come.


September 22, 2017 - 10:35 am

Been there

Mark, you probably, given your comment, don’t understand that having hockey gives the smaller markets “saleable” content.
Don’t be so darn negative!


September 22, 2017 - 11:45 am

Mark

BT nothing against small markets doing all they can do to make a go of it but they probably need to focus on their main strength which is being a part of their community. This isn’t just restricted to smaller markets but also larger markets. I hear too much US/International talk on radio talk shows that people can get on cable news 24/7.

Same goes for sports, not to mention the publicity the Canucks are getting is all pointed towards a dud of season. I hope they are wrong but they were right last season.


October 12, 2017 - 7:23 am

Abbie

Personally so sick and tired of Haveing to hear about the Canucks who will be sucking wind for years to bone. Owership should get rid of Benning and Linden.


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