prairiewolf77

Normally they stick with the first game and start the second game on another TSN channel (2,3,4,5) for double headers but the S/O game they moved it to TSN 2 ruining what turned out to be a good game as they cut off the last 3 minutes so we could watch Montreal lose again.

Not sure why they did it that way this time, but if you PVR like I did you missed out.
Can't you go to TSN On-Demand and watch the whole game?
I have to record the games, so I can't jump over when they switch the final minutes to another station.
You can try guessing which of the four channels will jump to the second game by looking at the region served by those channels.

TSN1 - Western Canada (B.C., Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatchewan)
TSN3 - Manitoba (Winnipeg)
TSN4 - Ontario, excluding Ottawa (Toronto, Hamilton)
TSN5 - Eastern Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada (Ottawa, Montreal)

I think it's based on the home team, but I could be wrong.
TSN 1 is BC and AB
TSN 3 is SK and MB- When Jets regional game is aired, it gets priority over the bombers and Roughriders.

tabbyfan

Normally they stick with the first game and start the second game on another TSN channel (2,3,4,5) for double headers but the S/O game they moved it to TSN 2 ruining what turned out to be a good game as they cut off the last 3 minutes so we could watch Montreal lose again.

Not sure why they did it that way this time, but if you PVR like I did you missed out.
Can't you go to TSN On-Demand and watch the whole game?
I have to record the games, so I can't jump over when they switch the final minutes to another station.
You can try guessing which of the four channels will jump to the second game by looking at the region served by those channels.

TSN1 - Western Canada (B.C., Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatchewan)
TSN3 - Manitoba (Winnipeg)
TSN4 - Ontario, excluding Ottawa (Toronto, Hamilton)
TSN5 - Eastern Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada (Ottawa, Montreal)

I think it's based on the home team, but I could be wrong.
TSN 1 is BC and AB
TSN 3 is SK and MB- When Jets regional game is aired, it gets priority over the bombers and Roughriders.
That would suck not being able to watch a game due to a hockey game, I mean come on, it is early season for the NHL when the CFL ends in November; just sad.  I have always felt that the CFL is considered an after thought by Canadian broadcasters.

jaybird24

Normally they stick with the first game and start the second game on another TSN channel (2,3,4,5) for double headers but the S/O game they moved it to TSN 2 ruining what turned out to be a good game as they cut off the last 3 minutes so we could watch Montreal lose again.

Not sure why they did it that way this time, but if you PVR like I did you missed out.
Can't you go to TSN On-Demand and watch the whole game?
I have to record the games, so I can't jump over when they switch the final minutes to another station.
But I will ask the question again -  "all CFL games are available to watch on TSN On-demand"  they are posted a few hours after the game is over.
If you have to record a game cause you can't watch it live and the recording gets screwed up then why don't you watch the game on TSN on-demand?

tabbyfan

I didn't know about that, I will have to check my PVR to see if I have that option with Shaw.

**Ok, I checked and neither of my pvrs (3400+3500) have TSN on demand but they do have other channels like Nat Geo.  IF you are speaking of watching it online, no thanks, I hate reading online let alone watching programs online. I own 2x50" inch tvs so I can watch big screen instead of 15"**

CatsFaninOttawa

I didn't know about that, I will have to check my PVR to see if I have that option with Shaw.

**Ok, I checked and neither of my pvrs (3400+3500) have TSN on demand but they do have other channels like Nat Geo.  IF you are speaking of watching it online, no thanks, I hate reading online let alone watching programs online. I own 2x50" inch tvs so I can watch big screen instead of 15"**
Unfortunate that Shaw doesn't have an On Demand channel like Bell and Rogers have.

As for watching online, if your laptop has an HDMI output port, you could hook it up to your TV. Not as good as watching an HD broadcast, but not too bad.

jaybird24

I didn't know about that, I will have to check my PVR to see if I have that option with Shaw.

**Ok, I checked and neither of my pvrs (3400+3500) have TSN on demand but they do have other channels like Nat Geo.  IF you are speaking of watching it online, no thanks, I hate reading online let alone watching programs online. I own 2x50" inch tvs so I can watch big screen instead of 15"**
I should've been more specific,  I wasn't talking about your PVR or Shaw or Rogers etc.   I was talking about TSN,  attached is the link.   You can watch on your laptop,  IPhone etc.   As someone above mentioned,  I hook up my laptop thru the HDMI and watch the "on demand"  games on the big screen.
No need to record them,  they are all here and "ad free"

http://www.tsn.ca/video/on-demand

The Argo/Ticat game in it's entirety
http://www.tsn.ca/cfl/video/cfl-argonauts-vs-tiger-cats~1215127

dcmoses

I didn't know about that, I will have to check my PVR to see if I have that option with Shaw.

**Ok, I checked and neither of my pvrs (3400+3500) have TSN on demand but they do have other channels like Nat Geo.  IF you are speaking of watching it online, no thanks, I hate reading online let alone watching programs online. I own 2x50" inch tvs so I can watch big screen instead of 15"**
I should've been more specific,  I wasn't talking about your PVR or Shaw or Rogers etc.   I was talking about TSN,  attached is the link.   You can watch on your laptop,  IPhone etc.   As someone above mentioned,  I hook up my laptop thru the HDMI and watch the "on demand"  games on the big screen.
No need to record them,  they are all here and "ad free"

http://www.tsn.ca/video/on-demand

The Argo/Ticat game in it's entirety
http://www.tsn.ca/cfl/video/cfl-argonauts-vs-tiger-cats~1215127
I prefer to PVR because it is easier to skip the commentary and get to the next play. Especially when Black/Forde are doing the broadcast.

The TSN on demand is a nice option when the power goes out and my PVR doesn't get the whole game which happened a few weeks ago.

tabbyfan

I didn't know about that, I will have to check my PVR to see if I have that option with Shaw.

**Ok, I checked and neither of my pvrs (3400+3500) have TSN on demand but they do have other channels like Nat Geo.  IF you are speaking of watching it online, no thanks, I hate reading online let alone watching programs online. I own 2x50" inch tvs so I can watch big screen instead of 15"**
I should've been more specific,  I wasn't talking about your PVR or Shaw or Rogers etc.   I was talking about TSN,  attached is the link.   You can watch on your laptop,  IPhone etc.   As someone above mentioned,  I hook up my laptop thru the HDMI and watch the "on demand"  games on the big screen.
No need to record them,  they are all here and "ad free"

http://www.tsn.ca/video/on-demand

The Argo/Ticat game in it's entirety
http://www.tsn.ca/cfl/video/cfl-argonauts-vs-tiger-cats~1215127
Thanks!  My stupid pvr not only did not record the T.O. game but it wasn't recording the Senators game either!!  At least I can DL the game, put it on a stick and watch it on my big screen.

tabbyfan

TSN GO isn't working for me, I get the video until the first commercial break and then it locks up. >:(
 


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