Anaheim Ducks 2019-2020 TV Broadcast Schedule

The Anaheim Ducks have released their official broadcast schedule for the 2019-20 season which can only mean one thing. Hockey season is almost here!

Hockey is almost here, and the Anaheim Ducks have confirmed that wonderful feeling by releasing the broadcast schedule of all 82 games for the upcoming season. Sure, pictures of ice finally appearing at Honda Center is nice, but nothing beats seeing that preparations are finally being made for all Duck fans across the globe.

Preseason

Only two pre-season games will be broadcast which include Tuesday’s September 24th match-up against the San Jose Sharks and the Wednesday’s match-up on the 25th against the LA Kings, both being broadcasted on Prime Ticket.

No Cable, No Problem

For many fans without cable, they can still be able to enjoy at least 4 exhilarating matchups of Ducks Hockey including. October 26th match-up against Colorado, November 14th’s match-up against San Jose, November 27th’s against Arizona, and December 6th’s match-up against the Capitals after an embarrassing loss a year later.

Premium (NBCSN)

The Anaheim will get their 4 days of fame as there will be 4 games broadcast across the nation on NBCSN. Those game include Jan 5th Nashville, Feb 23, Vegas, March 4th at Colorado, and April 1st against Dallas.

Best of the West

The Anaheim Ducks will also be on channel Fox Sports West 13 times, those match-ups include November 3rd against the Chicago Blackhawks and November 16th against the Blues at St. Louis. December games include two road games in Winnipeg and Vegas on December 8th and 31st.

The Ducks will only have one game on Fox Sports West during the month of January, on the 2nd against the Arizona Coyotes. The Ducks broadcast will return to FSW in February with 3 home games on the 11th against the St. Louis Blues, the 13th against the Calgary Flames, and finally ending the month with a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins on February 28th.

Their season on Fox Sports West ends in March with 5 games. March 3rd they will faceoff against the Chicago Blackhawks once again, followed by two home games against the Boston Bruins on the 18th and the Vancouver Canucks on the 20th. The Anaheim Ducks will finish on the road against the Edmonton Oilers and the Calgary Flames on March 23rd and 25th.

Home Sweet Home (Prime Ticket)

For most Ducks fans they now feel Prime Ticket as the Anaheim Ducks home channel and to watch in any other channel feels paranormal and odd, which is why the biggest list belongs to yours truly Prime ticket. Including at least 62 games this regular season. For more information on the 62 games broadcasted by Prime Ticket this season, make sure to check out the Anaheim Ducks on NHL.com!

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