Rogers Sportsnet To Carry 60 Oiler Games In 2011-12

Remember Pay Per Views? Ugh. Photo courtesy Edmonton Oilers

Three weeks to go until training camp begins, and we’re talking about the TV schedule.  You know it’s time for Oilers hockey.

Rogers Sportsnet will once again be carrying the lion’s share of Oiler telecasts. Sixty games in total will be broadcast between Sportsnet West (43 games) and sister channel Sportsnet One (17 games). I haven’t had a chance to look at the TV schedule as of yet, but let’s keep our fingers crossed that these games aren’t ones that are already being show on Hockey Night In Canada.

In the meantime,  the headquarters at OilOnWhyte have been slowly stocking their pantries with peanuts (it keeps our hands busy during the games) and sharpening our biggest number 2 pencils (so we can have something cool to put behind our ears on game day).  We might even fancy ourselves one of those twelve ounce bottles by the time preseason rolls around.

Until then, be distracted by this.

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