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Thursday, April 17, 2014, Coronation Street Playoff Schedule

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Why the Columbus Blue Jackets/Pittsburgh Penguins are on CHEX

You wrote to tell us you were not happy with our decision to select two eastern series which conflicted for game one. This conflict requires CBC to “split” the games that air simultaneously between CBC TV channels and our affiliate station in Peterborough, Ontario CHEX. The result is that some viewers who do not have access to CHEX will only be able to watch game one of the Columbus Blue Jackets/Pittsburgh Penguins match up online via CBC.ca/sports and via the CBC Hockey app for iOS and Xbox.

We want to assure you that we don't intentionally go in to the playoff negotiation process with the goal of selecting series with overlapping games. This year, due to the availability of the different arenas and considering the NHL’s overall playoff schedule, the conflict was unavoidable.

CBC has a commitment toward featuring Canada’s NHL teams, of course, and we are pleased to be able to feature the Montreal/Tampa Bay showdown, but we also know that there are ardent fans of every NHL team across the country: selecting from the other matchups, in every round, is never a simple decision.

Coronation Street’s Playoff Schedule

Coronation Street's schedule for the Stanley Cup playoffs:

 

Halifax/Charlottetown/Fredericton
Coronation Street will be seen at 6:30 PM beginning Wednesday, April 16th for the duration of the NHL Playoffs.

 

Newfoundland
Coronation Street will be seen at 7:00 PM beginning Wednesday, April 16th for the duration of the NHL Playoffs.

 

Toronto/Ottawa/Montreal/Windsor/Winnipeg/Vancouver
Coronation Street will be seen at 3:00 PM beginning Wednesday, April 16th for the duration of the NHL Playoffs.

 

Edmonton/Calgary
Coronation Street will be seen at 3:00 PM Wednesday, April 16th, then at 2:00 PM beginning Thursday, April 17th for the duration of the NHL Playoffs.

 

Regina
Coronation Street will be seen at 11:00 AM Wednesday, April 16th, then at 2:00 PM beginning Thursday, April 17th for the duration of the NHL Playoffs.

 

North
Coronation Street will be seen at 2:00pm MT beginning Wednesday, April 16th for the duration of the NHL Playoffs.

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