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Entire CHL postseason available on CHL TV

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Starting tomorrow night, with five games on the schedule, hockey fans from all over the world can tune in to CHL TV to begin watching Canadian Hockey League (CHL) postseason action from all three of its member leagues: the Western Hockey League (WHL), Ontario Hockey League (OHL), and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL).

CHL TV is the destination to watch the Road to the Memorial Cup – where beginning tomorrow viewers can stream first round action all the way to the end of the Championship Series of the WHL (Ed Chynoweth Cup), OHL (J. Ross Robertson Cup), & QMJHL (Gilles-Courteau Trophy). Viewers outside of Canada can catch all playoff games, including the 2023 Memorial Cup presented by Kia, on CHL TV by purchasing a Playoff All Access pass ($89.99 plus taxes).

At the same time, any viewer worldwide can obtain a WHL, OHL or QMJHL Regional League Playoff Pass ($59.99 plus taxes) if they wish to watch complete playoff coverage of one league on CHL TV. Round by round passes for all three leagues are also available throughout the playoffs, including Round 1 access (starting at $19.99 plus taxes). Finally, viewers can also watch postseason action from a single league for one day by obtaining a Daily Pass ($9.99 plus taxes).

Available to fans from every corner of the globe, CHL TV is accessible on the CHL mobile app, in addition to Apple TV, Roku, and Amazon Fire, and online at watch.chl.ca. Fans can download the free CHL app via the App Store and Google Play.

On Friday, all eight QMJHL playoff series will get underway starting at 6:00 p.m. EST / 3:00 p.m. PST, all of which can be seen on CHL TV.

COMPLETE QMJHL PLAYOFF SCHEDULE
As the CHL’s official broadcasters, TSN will air the three leagues’ Championship Series from Game 3 onward along with RDS airing the QMJHL Championship Series also from Game 3 onward.

The 2023 Memorial Cup presented by Kia, which is scheduled for May 25 – June 4 in Kamloops, British Columbia, will be broadcasted on NHL Network in the United States, along with TSN and RDS in Canada. The latter will also be available via live stream across both TSN & RDS various platforms.

 

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