Proud Affiliate


Relive the “Championship Journey” on Comcast SportsNet Chicago beginning Saturday, July 10

06/30/2010 5:18 PM

Article By:

From (link)

Chicago, IL (June 30, 2010) – Comcast SportsNet, the television home for the most games and most comprehensive coverage of the 2010 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks, will provide its viewers with a special programming gift this summer entitled Chicago Blackhawks: A Championship Journey

Beginning Saturday, July 10 at 7:00 PM, this extraordinary, five-day (July 10-14) summertime journey will give viewers the opportunity to relive the excitement and glory of the Blackhawks amazing Stanley Cup championship run with complete game replays of every Blackhawk Stanley Cup Playoff victory in the Western Conference opening round vs. Nashville, Western Conference semifinals vs. Vancouver, Western Conference Finals vs. San Jose – plus, all six games of the thrilling 2010 Stanley Cup Final against the Philadelphia Flyers.  The announcement was made by James J. Corno, President of Comcast SportsNet Chicago.

Comcast SportsNet will televise the first of its 18 Stanley Cup Playoff game replays on Saturday night, July 10 at 7:00 PM beginning with Game 2 of the Blackhawks opening round series vs. Nashville (the Game 4 replay will air later that evening at 11:00 PM).  Then, over the course of the next four days/nights, Comcast SportsNet will air two games on July 11, five games on July 12, five games on July 13 and four games on July 14, including the Game 6 replay of the Stanley Cup Final championship clincher at 7:00 PM and Comcast SportsNet’s replay of its Chicago Blackhawks: 2010 Championship Parade & Rally at 11:00 PM.  (NOTE: The entire schedule for Comcast SportsNet’s Chicago Blackhawks: A Championship Journey is included in this announcement.  Game replays will only be made available within Comcast SportsNet Chicago’s regular NHL viewing territory.)

Following several Blackhawks Stanley Cup Playoff game replays, Comcast SportsNet will re-air the supplementary Smirnoff Vodka Blackhawks Post Game Live as it originally aired featuring post-game press conferences and player interviews.  Plus, Comcast SportsNet’s newly-enhanced website,, will provide a special page set up for fans (, which will include Blackhawks “Insider” Brett Ballantini’s game recaps, video highlights and special TBA “wrap-around” video footage. 

“Thanks to the vision and drive of Rocky Wirtz and John McDonough, this Stanley Cup championship Blackhawks season has captivated the hearts and souls of hockey fans in this town like never before,” said Corno.  “We couldn’t be happier than to relive this amazing championship run with our viewers beginning July 10.”

“We are excited that our fans will be able to re-live the memories of the organization’s run to the Stanley Cup thanks to the help of our great broadcast partner,” Blackhawks Team President John McDonough said. “Replaying these historic games in the middle of July is the perfect warm-up for the Blackhawks Convention at the end of the month.”


Saturday, July 10
7:00 PM – Round 1-Game 2: Nashville at Blackhawks (2-0 win; Niemi 23 saves, first playoff shutout since Belfour in ‘96)
11:00 PM – Round 1-Game 4: Blackhawks at Nashville (3-0 win; Niemi 33 saves, two goals from Sharp)

Sunday, July 11
7:00 PM – Round 1-Game 5: Nashville at Blackhawks (5-4 OT win; Kane game-tying SHG w/:14 left in reg., Hossa OT goal)
11:00 PM – Round 1-Game 6: Blackhawks at Nashville (5-3 win; Toews go-ahead goal in 1st period caps series clincher)

Monday, July 12
10:00 AM – Round 2-Game 2: Vancouver at Blackhawks (4-2 win; Versteeg goal w/1:30 left in reg. proves to be GW)
12:30 PM – Round 2-Game 3: Blackhawks at Vancouver (5-2 win; Byfuglien scores hat trick)
3:00 PM – Round 2-Game 4: Blackhawks at Vancouver (7-2 win; Toews hat trick and two assists)
7:00 PM – Round 2-Game 6: Blackhawks at Vancouver (5-1 win; Brouwer & Versteeg score :36 apart in series clincher)
11:00 PM – Conference Finals-Game 1: Blackhawks at San Jose (2-1 win; Niemi 44 saves; goals from Sharp & Byfuglien)

Tuesday, July 13
10:00 AM – Conference Finals-Game 2: Blackhawks at San Jose (4-2 win; goals from Ladd, Byfuglien & Toews)
12:30 PM – Conference Finals-Game 3: San Jose at Blackhawks (3-2 OT win; Byfuglien game-winner in OT)
3:00 PM – Conference Finals-Game 4: San Jose at Blackhawks (4-2 win; Hawks reach finals for first time since ‘92)
7:00 PM – Stanley Cup Final-Game 1: Philadelphia at Blackhawks (6-5 win; Kopecky GW in third period)
11:00 PM – Stanley Cup Final-Game 2: Philadelphia at Blackhawks (2-1 win; Hossa & Eager score :28 apart)

Wednesday, July 14
10:00 AM – Stanley Cup Final-Game 3: Blackhawks at Philadelphia (4-3 OT loss; Hawk goals from Keith, Sopel, Kane)
12:30 PM – Stanley Cup Final-Game 4: Blackhawks at Philadelphia (5-3 loss; Hawk goals from Sharp, Bolland, Campbell)
3:00 PM – Stanley Cup Final-Game 5: Philadelphia at Blackhawks (7-4 win; pivotal victory featuring three 1st period goals )
7:00 PM – Stanley Cup Final-Game 6: Blackhawks at Philadelphia (4-3 OT win; Kane OT GW…Stanley Cup Champions!)
11:00 PM – Chicago Blackhawks: 2010 Championship Parade & Rally (replay of historic downtown celebration)

All times are Central Time
Schedule Subject to Change