Here it is, of course a few weeks back the schedule was released.
"All 72 CFL games to be aired on CBC and TSN, plus playoffs on CBC in 2007"
Published: Wednesday, February 28, 2007
TORONTO (CP) - The CBC has scheduled the first-ever Canadian Football League tripleheader as part of its 27-game lineup for 2007.
On Sept. 29, the CBC will air Montreal at Saskatchewan at 3 p.m. ET, Hamilton at Winnipeg at 7 p.m. ET, and Calgary at B.C. at 10 p.m. ET. All 72 regular-season games and all five playoff games will be broadcast live on CBC or TSN. The networks released their 2007 schedules on Wednesday.
TSN has 50 regular-season games, including 11 double-headers, while the CBC has 22 regular-season contests plus the playoffs, including the Grey Cup game Nov. 25 in Toronto.
The CBC has doubleheaders on Labour Day and Thanksgiving Day weekends.
The season kicks off with a TSN doubleheader on June 28 with B.C. at Toronto and Winnipeg at Edmonton. The CBC lineup begins June 30 with Hamilton at Calgary.
The Blue Bombers are on CBC only twice, while the Tiger-Cats are on eight times and the Argonauts seven times.
So far, 16 of the 18 Montreal Alouettes games are confirmed to be aired live in French on RDS, but they hope to make arrangements to show the other two. Currently, a game on Sept. 29 at Saskatchewan and Oct. 27 at Calgary conflict with RDS plans to air the President's Cup golf tournament and an NHL game.
TSN will have at least 35 games available on high definition, mostly on Friday Night Football, which enters it's 11th season.
Starting in 2008, TSN will have rights to all regular-season and playoff games for the next five years.
The CBC has yet to finalize its broadcast team.
TSN has its familiar faces back, led by play-by-play man Chris Cuthbert and analyst Glen Suitor. Rod Black will call about 20 games.
Brian Williams remains as game host, with Dave Randorf as studio host with the panel of Chris Schultz, Matt Dunigan and Jock Climie.