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Fox Sports San Diego:
ANAHEIM DUCKS HOCKEY RETURNS TO THE ICEMONDAY VS CALGARY ON FOX SPORTS SAN DIEGOCoverage includes Ducks Live Pre-Game and Post-Game Shows Ducks Live: Season Preview Special Debuts Wednesday at 10PM on FOX Sports San DiegoSan Diego FOX Sports San Diego, the local destination for Anaheim Ducks hockey, today announced their 28-game Ducks television schedule. Live coverage begins Monday, January 21 at 6:00 P.M. from the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Canada. All Anaheim Ducks telecasts on FOX Sports San Diego feature Brian Hayward in his 19th season as game analyst and John Ahlers in his 11th season as play-by-play announcer. Making his Ducks debut, Mark Rogondino will rotate with Kent French throughout the season to deliver rink-side reports and interviews. FOX Sports San Diegos game coverage will also include Ducks Live, a half-hour pre-game show prior to all home games. Hosted by Rogondino, Hayward provides expert analysis and interviews during the program. Ducks Live post-game show also returns following all home and road telecasts, delivering unique insight and access to players and coaches.Prior to Mondays telecast, Rogondino will host the Ducks Live: Season Preview Special Wednesday at 10PM on FOX Sports San Diego. The half-hour original program debut will feature Ducks Head Coach, Bruce Boudreau in a one-on-one interview with Hayward, followed by in-depth discussions about the Ducks earning their way back into the playoffs. Click here to view the complete 2012-13 Anaheim Ducks Game Schedule on FOX Sports San Diego.2012-13 Anaheim Ducks on FOX Sports San Diego Schedule
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