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Blackhawks get nine national TV games, plus five ESPN/Hulu – NBC Sports Chicago

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The NHL released its national television broadcast for the upcoming season and the Blackhawks are getting a lot of attention under the national spotlight. 
These games will be televised on national television this season:
.@NHL_On_TNT to feature 62-game schedule for 2022-23 season beginning with an opening week doubleheader on Wednesday, Oct. 12:

🏒 @NHLBruins vs. @Capitals at 7 p.m. ET
🏒 @NHLBlackhawks vs. @Avalanche at 9:30 p.m. ET

📅 Full Schedule: https://t.co/oXpdnyss4x pic.twitter.com/nuDcmOZINI
10/12 @ Colorado Avalanche (TNT) — Opening Night
11/16 vs. St. Louis Blues (TNT)
11/30 vs. Edmonton Oilers (TNT)
12/18 vs. New York Rangers (ESPN)
2/15 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (TNT)
2/22 @ Dallas Stars (TNT)
3/8 @ Detroit Red Wings (TNT)
4/1 vs. New Jersey Devils (ESPN2)
4/10 vs. Minnesota Wild (ESPN)
Here are the games that will stream on ESPN/Hulu exclusively:
11/10 @ Los Angeles Kings
12/16 @ Minnesota Wild
12/23 vs. Columbus Blue Jackets
2/19 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs
3/16 @ Nashville Predators
NBC Sports Chicago will broadcast 68 games of the Blackhawks season on the local network. Newly signed color broadcasters Troy Murray and Patrick Sharp will team up with play-by-play announcer Chris Vosters to do the broadcasts. 
 The Hawks’ preseason schedule starts on Sept. 27 with a game against the St. Louis Blues. 
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