Canadas Sports Leader laces em up for another season of hockey action as NHL on TSN launches its 150-game national package on Wednesday, Oct. Barry Bonds Jersey . 2 at 7 p.m. ET with Scotiabank Wednesday Night Hockey featuring Toronto at Philadelphia. Leading up to the puck drop, TSNs all-star team of Insiders, experts and opinion-leaders prime fans with season preview coverage on Thats Hockey, Thats Hockey 2Nite, and the two-hour NHL on TSN Season Preview Show on Sunday, Sept. 29 at 4 p.m. ET on TSN. Broadcast Team James Duthie returns as host of the NHL on TSN panel, alongside Hockey Insiders Bob McKenzie, Darren Dreger and Pierre LeBrun, and analyst Aaron Ward. Longtime NHL coach Paul Maurice also joins NHL on TSNs acclaimed studio show as an analyst. The hockey world can visit TSN.ca/Twitter to follow all of TSNs Hockey Insiders and experts. McKenzie, Dreger, LeBrun, and Duthie represent four of the Top 5 most-followed hockey broadcasters in the country on Twitter, with McKenzie ranking as the most-followed Canadian media personality overall and landing as one of Sports Illustrateds Twitter 100 for the third year in a row. For NHL on TSNs extensive live game coverage, TSN will use two broadcast teams featuring award-winning play-by-play announcers Gord Miller and Chris Cuthbert and industry-leading game analysts Ray Ferraro and Mike Johnson. Features Returning this season are NHL on TSNs popular features, including: - Insider Trading: Hockey Insiders McKenzie, Dreger, and LeBrun provide exclusive reports on the biggest trades, rumours and breaking league news all season long. - ScotiaBank Wednesday Night Quiz: the TSN Quizmaster crafts quizzes based on the leagues biggest issues and storylines. The NHL on TSN panel will also provide unparalleled coverage of the road to Sochi 2014, taking Canadian hockey fans inside the selection process for Team Canada. Thats Hockey and Thats Hockey 2Nite Along with the NHL on TSNs acclaimed studio show, Gino Reda helms his daily hockey show, Thats Hockey, at 7 p.m. ET on TSN. In addition, Thats Hockey 2Nite (TH2N) with host Steve Kouleas continues to be the ultimate destination for nightly NHL highlights. New this year - THATS HOCKEY refreshes its look with a new graphics package- TH2N introduces the segment Drive to the Net- TH2N repeats the following weekday at 4 p.m. ET on TSN NHL on TSN Season Preview Show - Sunday, Sept. 29 at 4 p.m. ET on TSN Host James Duthie sets the table for the 2013-14 NHL season with Hockey Insiders Bob McKenzie and Darren Dreger, and analysts Ray Ferraro, Aaron Ward, Mike Johnson, and Jamie McLennan. The two-hour special features Duthie facing off with new Canucks coach - and ex-NHL on TSN panellist - John Tortorella. Throughout the season, Duthie will go behind-the-scenes with some of the NHLs biggest figures. The NHL on TSN Season Preview Show also features McLennan breaking down the impact of shrinking goalie pads in Post2Post, while Ferraro debuts the new segment Whats Bugging Ray? Additional highlights include: - An overview of each Canadian team with reports, analysis, and opinion- Projected conference standings - The panels Stanley Cup champion picks Season Opening Coverage - October 1-2 Thats Hockey and Thats Hockey 2Nite surround the NHLs opening night (October 1) and the NHL on TSN season opener (October 2) with extensive pre- and post-game coverage: Tuesday, Oct. 14 p.m. ET - Gino Reda hosts Thats Hockey live from Montreal alongside TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie. The one-hour special features a slate of special guests.5:30 p.m. ET - Thats Hockey continues to prime fans for the puck drop.11:30 p.m. ET - Thats Hockey 2Nite host Steve Kouleas is joined by TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button and analyst Dave Reid to wrap up opening night. Wednesday, Oct. 25:30 p.m. ET - Reda returns to the Thats Hockey studio in Toronto to preview the NHL on TSN season opener.7 p.m. ET - The NHL on TSN panel, with Darren Dreger on site in Philadelphia, tees up its first regular season game.7:30 p.m. ET - Scotiabank Wednesday Night Hockey featuring Toronto @ Philadelphia.11:30 p.m. ET - Thats Hockey 2Nite delivers a full breakdown of the Leafs-Flyers game. 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