Daily sports TV schedule: What to watch on TSN & Sportsnet for Friday, March 27

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The coronavirus pandemic has shut down sports all over the world, but that doesn't mean there aren't sporting events on television to give fans the action they crave.

TSN and Sportsnet have teamed up to air every game of the the Toronto Raptors' championship run through the 2019 NBA playoffs, with a different game aired every night. The response has been positive thus far, as fans and pundits alike have taken to social media to discuss the games "live."

The two Canadian cable sports networks have increased their output of classic games as the COVID-19 shutdown continues, with nearly all of their respective primetime schedules now featuring select events from across the sporting spectrum.

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Sporting News has compiled all the classic games across the two main sports networks to help fans navigate the nostalgia. Please note that we've limited the listings to full game replays; any truncated events have not been included here. 

TSN schedule today

TSN goes CFL heavy in the daytime, leaning into their exclusive vault of the Canadian league from over the years through clip shows. SC Bloopers of the Decade and SC Plays of the Decade also make several appearances, as does ESPN's Sportcenter.

Time (ET) Year Game Sport Channel
2 p.m. 1989 Seton Hall vs Duke Basketball TSN 4&5
3 p.m 2019 Canada vs. Korea Curling TSN 2
4 p.m. 1989 Seton Hall vs Michigan Basketball TSN 4&5
6 p.m. 1985 Villanova vs Georgetown Basketball TSN 4&5
6 p.m. 2019 Canada vs. Russia Curling TSN 2
7 p.m. 2016 UFC 199 MMA TSN 1
7 p.m. 2015 Stampeders vs. Eskimos Football TSN 3
8 p.m. 1992 Kentucky v Duke Basketball TSN 4&5
10 p.m. 2011 Shogun vs. Henderson MMA TSN 1
10 p.m. 1993 Santa Clara vs. Arizona Basketball TSN 4&5
10:30 p.m. 2013 Jones vs. Gustafsson MMA TSN 1

Sportsnet schedule today

Like TSN, Sportsnet utilizes its vast vault of highlight shows to fill out much of the daytime, with the NHL the favoured league on Friday. The Rogers-owned network does present some incredible local classic content, including the aforementioned Raptors game of the day (Game 3 vs. the 76ers).

Sportsnet also has the only truly live programming of the day, coming in the form of WWE's sports entertainment.

Time (ET) Year Game Sport Channel
10 a.m. 2020 Tour Challenge Women's Final Curling SN
11 a.m. 2018 Maple Leafs at Blackhawks Hockey SN360
1:30 p.m. 2020 Canadian Open Men's Final Curling SN1
2 p.m. 2019 Bayern Munich vs. Union Berlin Soccer SNWL
2:30 p.m. 2015 Blue Jays at Rays Baseball SN
4 p.m. 2019 FC Schalke vs. Dortmund Soccer SNWL
8 p.m. 2019 Raptors at 76ers Basketball SN & SN1
8 p.m. Live SmackDown Live WWE SN360


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