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Last week, the Rangers national TV schedule was made, and the Rangers will play 12 US televised games (on NBCSN and NBC). That’s about 15% of the schedule on the Doc Emerick show with no replays, so take it as you will.
Note: We are not including the 4 CBC games, as CBC is not broadcasted in the US.
The following games will be nationally televised:
- 10/12 – @ Los Angeles Kings (NBCSN)
- 10/17 – @ New Jersey Devils (NBCSN)
- 11/14 – vs. Washington Capitals (NBCSN)
- 11/23 – @ Boston Bruins (NBC)
- 12/5 – @ Washington Capitals (NBCSN)
- 12/31 – @ Florida Panthers (NBCSN)
- 1/2 – @ Chicago Blackhawks
- 1/13 – vs. Boston Bruins
- 2/17 – vs. Philadelphia Flyers
- 2/25 – @ Philadelphia Flyers
- 4/3 – vs. Pittsburgh Penguins
- 4/13 – @ Philadelphia Flyers
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