Saturday’s Exhibition Contest Televised Locally

December 5, 2012

Toronto – On Saturday evening at 7pm, the Toronto Rock will host the Philadelphia Wings in a pre-season matchup at the Toronto Rock Athletic Centre (TRAC) in Oakville, ON.  The game will be broadcast live on TVCogeco and Rogers TV in select regions throughout Ontario.

The play-by-play voice of the Peterborough Lakers of Ontario’s Major Series Lacrosse, Pete Dalliday will handle the call of the game.  Joining him on the broadcast will be Rock Lacrosse on TSN colour analyst Brian Shanahan.

TVCogeco in Burlington/Oakville will produce the game with several stations picking up the broadcast either live or on tape delay.  Below is a list of TVCogeco and Rogers TV stations carrying the game along with Standard Definition (SD) and High Definition (HD) channel locations.

 

TVCogeco                                                                     

 

Burlington/Oakville – LIVE – SD 23, HD 700            

 

Halton Hills/Milton – LIVE – SD 14                       

 

Fergus/Elora – LIVE – SD 14                                   

 

Sarnia – LIVE – SD 6                                               

 

Huntsville/Gravenhurst – LIVE – SD 10

 

Kingston – LIVE – SD 13, HD 700

 

Brockville – LIVE – SD 10

 

Peterborough – LIVE – SD 10

 

Smiths Falls – LIVE – SD 10

 

 

Rogers TV

 

Toronto – LIVE – SD 10, HD 510

 

Mississauga – LIVE – SD 10, HD

 

Brampton – LIVE – SD 10, HD

 

Richmond Hill – TAPE (10:30pm) – SD 63

 

East Gwillimbury – TAPE (10:30pm) – SD 10

Please visit www.torontorock.com for the most up to date list of TV stations carrying the game.

Fans are reminded that seating is limited at the TRAC to less than 750 spectators.  There is no charge for admission to Saturday’s game and a line will begin to form at 5pm outside the TRAC.  Doors will open at approx 5:30pm.

Toronto Rock Single Game, Group and Season Tickets for 2013 are on sale now. For ticket inquiries, please call 416-596-3075 to speak with a ticket representative or visit www.torontorock.com.