Your Announcers and Open Thread For Night Two of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Game 1: Montreal vs. Boston

National TV (US, will not air in the Boston market): VERSUS (HD)
Play by Play: Dave Strader
Inside the Glass: Darren Pang

National TV (Canada): CBC (HD)
Play by Play: Bob Cole
Color: Gary Galley
Inside the Glass: Glenn Healy
Reporter: Elliotte Friedman

Game 1: Buffalo vs. Philadelphia, 7:30 PM ET

National TV (Canada): TSN (HD)

Game 1: Los Angeles vs. San Jose, 10:00 PM ET

National TV (US): VERSUS (HD)

National TV (Canada): TSN (HD)
Play by Play: Gord Miller
Inside the Glass: Ray Ferraro


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14 Responses to Your Announcers and Open Thread For Night Two of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs

  1. Stephen says:

    All right. Strader and Pang reuniting for the first time since they work together during the Coyotes Games.

  2. Andrew says:

    Awesome tandem! Can’t wait, should be an excting game (and series)!!

  3. Larry says:

    Sabres flyers not in hd on CI….why the hell isn’t it

  4. Ryan says:

    TSN using regional feeds from Philly looks really bush-league on their part, I have to imagine I’d think the same if I was in the US and watching Versus do it.

    Maybe they should consider coordinating their resources so that at least one of CBC, TSN, Versus, NBC has a presence at every postseason game and they can take from each other rather than the regional networks.

  5. Stu Dolgon says:

    Sabres-Flyers on Comcast SportsNet in HD here in central New Jersey with crowd noise but no play-by-play. Same net in standard def has play-by-play.

  6. Stephen says:

    Who’s calling the Rangers-Capitals game tomorrow? Or will it be simulcast?

    • Ken Daniels, Daryl Reaugh and Darren Eliot for Versus. Chris Cuthbert and Pierre McGuire for TSN.

      • Stephen says:

        So Darren is going to be between the benches tomorrow. And to make matters worst, LOL! He’s going to be in between the benches with who else but Pierre McGuire tomorrow. Poor guy. LOL!

  7. Trent says:

    Amateur, but cost effective. Of course it is a private broadcaster doing that to maximize profit as opposed to the public broadcaster spending tax payers’ money at will.

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