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Hockey Night in Canada continues new, old-school approach, brings back After Hours show

Out with the new, and in with the old – at least that’s been the offseason motto at Hockey Night in Canada. On Friday, Rogers announced the return of After Hours with Scott Oake. The long-running weekly post-game show often followed the late Western game when HNIC was operated by the CBC. The show was cut after […] The post Hockey Night in Canada continues new, old-school approach, brings back After Hours show appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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