Take a Trip Down Memory Lane to Get Your Sports Fix

By: Westman Communications
Posted: April 17, 2020 11:55TV & Movies

Remember when our grandparents used to tell us about the great sporting moments from their lifetime? We would sit in awe and hear about Joe Carter’s Home Run, or Gordie Howe’s last all-star game. With live sports on hiatus for the foreseeable future, now you can relive those moments in real-time.

Discover our complete Memory Lane Guide to some of the greatest games, matches, and events as networks across North America dip into the archives to showcase some of sports’ finest moments in history. 

Upcoming programs:

April 24 
    -    6:00 p.m. ESPN: 2020 NFL Draft Countdown
    -    8:00 p.m. ESPN/ABC: NFL Draft - Interviews and highlights with the players selected in the first round
        by NFL teams. Round 2 & 3.  

April 25 
    -    12:00 p.m. ESPN/ABC: NFL Draft - Interviews and highlights with the players selected in the first
        round by NFL teams. Rounds 4-7. 
    -    2:00 p.m. Outdoor Channel: Major League Fishing – Patriot Cup Sudden Death Round 1
    -    7:00 p.m. ESPN: UFC Unleashed - Features greatest moments from the UFC's vast library of fight

April 26 
    -    8:00 p.m. ESPN: Watch ESPN’s Michael Jordan Documentary -  “The Last Dance” episode 3 
    -    9:00 p.m. ESPN: Watch ESPN’s Michael Jordan Documentary - “The Last Dance” episode 4

April 27 
    -    6:00 p.m. TSN: NFL Football - Super Bowl LIV: San Francisco 49ers vs. Kansas City Chiefs
    -    7:00 p.m. SN: WWE Monday Night RAW

April 28
    -    7:00 p.m. GOLF: Watch Golf's Greatest Rounds
    -    7:00 p.m. TSN: Watch Montreal Expos Classics (David Cone Perfect Game)

April 29 
    -    6:00 p.m. ESPN Classic: Classic March Madness
    -    7:00 p.m. TSN: All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite

April 30
    -    7:00 p.m. GOLF: Watch Golf's Greatest Rounds
    -    7:00 p.m. TSN: Blue Jays Rewind

May 1
    -    3:30 p.m.  FOX Racing: Horse Racing
    -    7:00 p.m. SN/FOX: Watch WWE Friday Night Smackdown
    -    7:00 p.m. SN: NHL Classics: 1987 STanley Cup Final: Edmonton at Philedephia


New episodes of Sports Center will air weekdays beginning tonight at 7:00 p.m. ET on TSN3 and TSN4. SC with Jay and Dan is airing weekday evenings, beginning tonight at 11:00 p.m. ET on TSN5. Both programs will also air regularly throughout TSN’s “morning loop.”

CFL Encore Fridays
The Canadian Football League and TSN are welcoming fans to relive the league’s biggest games with themed doubleheaders every week with CFL Encore Fridays.

To see TSN’s full schedule go to:


Sportsnet continues to have great sports content and will be giving fans a look back at memorable moments in sports with classic NHL, MLB and NBA games plus other fan-favourite sporting events. Here are some of the highlights that viewers can look forward to:

NHL Rewind: NHL Rewind will offer a look back at notable National Hockey League games from the past decade. These games will be scheduled on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. 

NHL Classics:  A 1 hour show that looks back at iconic NHL games from years past.

Raptors Rewind: Sportsnet and TSN will work together to give Canadian basketball fans a chance to relive every moment of last year’s Toronto Raptors NBA Championship run. Beginning on Friday March 20th, SN & SN1 will air Game 1 of the Raptors opening round series against Orlando. Every game will air in its entirety for 24 consecutive nights. The channel that originally aired the game, will broadcast it exclusively on their channels.

MLB Classics: MLB Classics will revisit the most memorable games from the Toronto Blue Jays postseason runs in 1992 and 1993 – including every World Series game from those years.

MLB Rewind: Sportsnet will bring Jays fans back to experience all the excitement from the 2015 and 2016 postseasons, airing games in their entirety including the exciting series against the Texas Rangers - which of course includes the famous Jose Bautista “Bat Flip” game.

Grand Slam of Curling: A look back at the best curling matches from this past season


Upcoming Sports Events

MLB: Major League Baseball was set to have its season's Opening Day on March 26, but it announced it would delay games for "at least two weeks," and it canceled the remaining spring training games that'd been scheduled to take place in Florida and Arizona. MLB has since decided to extend that timeframe, noting the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's guidelines on limiting group gatherings. 

Tour de France: The organizers at Tour de France announced on April 14 that the three-week cycling race will now take place from Aug. 29-Sept. 20. The postponement came after French President Emmanuel Macron canceled all public events through mid-July.

All other sports have announced cancellations or postponements indefinitely and have not given future dates for their returns. 


Feel like taking a trip down memory lane? You can subscribe to one of the above channels by contacting one of our Customer Service Representatives at 204-725-4300 or Toll Free: 1-800-665-3337.

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