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Blackhawks to appear on national TV nine times in 2021-22 originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago
The Blackhawks will appear on national television nine times during the 2021-22 season, the NHL announced Thursday.
Five of the nine games will be broadcast on TNT and the other four will air on ESPN/ABC. In addition, ESPN will stream four out-of-market Blackhawks games exclusively on ESPN+ and Hulu.
Here's a look at the Blackhawks' full national television schedule (all times Central):
Oct. 13 at Colorado (9 p.m.) — TNT
Oct. 19 vs. N.Y. Islanders (7 p.m.) — ESPN
Nov. 17 at Seattle (9 p.m.) — TNT
Nov. 26 vs. St. Louis (12 p.m.) — ABC
Jan. 26 at Detroit (6:30 p.m.) — TNT
Feb. 2 vs. Minnesota (8:30 p.m.) — TNT
March 5 at Philadelphia (2 p.m.) — ABC
March 23 at Anaheim (9 p.m.) — TNT
March 26 at Vegas (2 p.m.) — ABC
And the four additional games on ESPN+ and Hulu:
Nov. 12 vs. Arizona (7:30 p.m.)
Jan. 4 vs. Colorado (7:30 p.m.)
March 24 at Los Angeles (9 p.m.)
April 25 vs. Philadelphia (7 p.m.)
The Blackhawks will be one of the most interesting teams to watch this season, with the acquisitions of Vezina Trophy winner Marc-Andre Fleury and All-Star defenseman Seth Jones, the anticipated return of captain Jonathan Toews and a roster that features two of the league's top scorers in Alex DeBrincat and Patrick Kane.
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