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{{short description|Wikipedia list article}}
 
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==Stanley Cup playoffs==
 
==Stanley Cup playoffs==
{{details|List of Stanley Cup playoffs broadcasters (Original Six era)}}
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{{details|List of Stanley Cup playoffs broadcasters (Original Six era)}}
   
 
Beginning in the [[1967–68 NHL season|1967–68 season]], the [[National Hockey League]] [[1967 NHL Expansion|expanded]] from [[Original Six|six]] teams to 12.
 
Beginning in the [[1967–68 NHL season|1967–68 season]], the [[National Hockey League]] [[1967 NHL Expansion|expanded]] from [[Original Six|six]] teams to 12.
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|'''[[Color commentator|Colour commentator]](s)'''
 
|'''[[Color commentator|Colour commentator]](s)'''
 
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| rowspan="4" |[[1968 Stanley Cup playoffs|1968]]
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|rowspan=4|[[1968 Stanley Cup playoffs|1968]]
| rowspan="2" |Quarterfinals
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|rowspan=2|Quarterfinals
 
|[[Bruins–Canadiens rivalry|Montréal-Boston]]
 
|[[Bruins–Canadiens rivalry|Montréal-Boston]]
|Games 1–4 (Games 1–2 joined-in-progress)
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|Games 1–4 (Games 1–2 joined-in-progress)<ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Apr.09/1968 Game3 Montreal Canadiens - Boston Bruins|id=4crDg2SUPRY}}</ref>
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]]
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]]
|[[Dick Irvin, Jr.]]
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|[[Dick Irvin Jr.]]
 
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|[[1967–68 New York Rangers season|New York Rangers]]-[[1967–68 Chicago Black Hawks season|Chicago]]
 
|[[1967–68 New York Rangers season|New York Rangers]]-[[1967–68 Chicago Black Hawks season|Chicago]]
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|[[Brian McFarlane]]
 
|[[Brian McFarlane]]
 
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| rowspan="2" |Semifinals
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|rowspan=2|Semifinals
|[[1967–68 Montreal Canadiens season|Montréal]]-[[1967–68 Chicago Black Hawks season|Chicago]]
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|[[1967–68 Montreal Canadiens season|Montréal]]-Chicago
 
|Games 1–5 (Games 1–4 joined-in-progress)
 
|Games 1–5 (Games 1–4 joined-in-progress)
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]]
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]]
|[[Dick Irvin, Jr.]]
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|[[Dick Irvin Jr.]]
 
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|[[1967–68 St. Louis Blues season|St. Louis]]-[[1967–68 Minnesota North Stars season|Minnesota]]
 
|[[1967–68 St. Louis Blues season|St. Louis]]-[[1967–68 Minnesota North Stars season|Minnesota]]
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|[[Brian McFarlane]]
 
|[[Brian McFarlane]]
 
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| rowspan="3" |[[1969 Stanley Cup playoffs|1969]]
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|rowspan=3|[[1969 Stanley Cup playoffs|1969]]
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|rowspan=2|Quarterfinals
 
|[[1968–69 Montreal Canadiens season|Montréal]]-[[1968–69 New York Rangers season|New York Rangers]]
 
|[[1968–69 Montreal Canadiens season|Montréal]]-[[1968–69 New York Rangers season|New York Rangers]]
 
|Games 1–4
 
|Games 1–4
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]]
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]]
|[[Dick Irvin, Jr.]]
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|[[Dick Irvin Jr.]]
 
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|[[Bruins–Maple Leafs rivalry|Boston-Toronto]]
 
|[[Bruins–Maple Leafs rivalry|Boston-Toronto]]
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|Semifinals
 
|Semifinals
 
|[[Bruins–Canadiens rivalry|Montréal-Boston]]
 
|[[Bruins–Canadiens rivalry|Montréal-Boston]]
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|Games 1–6<ref>{{YouTube|title=Canadiens-Bruins classic matchup 1969|id=oqgkVPMK6zw}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Jean Beliveau Double Overtime Winner (Apr. 24, 1969)|id=P-3S7CDRG7I}}</ref>
|Games 1–6
 
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]]
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]]
|[[Dick Irvin, Jr.]]
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|[[Dick Irvin Jr.]]
 
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===Notes===
 
===Notes===
*[[1967–68 NHL season|1967–68]] marked the first full season that all ''[[Hockey Night in Canada]]'' games (regular season and playoffs) were televised in [[Color television|color]]. Some [[1966-67 NHL season|1966-67]] games, including the Stanley Cup Finals, were also televised in color.
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*[[1967–68 NHL season|1967–68]] marked the first full season that all ''[[Hockey Night in Canada]]'' games (regular season and playoffs) were televised in [[Color television|color]]. Some [[1966–67 NHL season|1966-67]] games, including the Stanley Cup Finals, were also televised in color. Also, during this time [[Toronto Maple Leafs|Toronto]] and [[Montreal Canadiens|Montréal]] alternated each week hosting the show that was seen nationally, whichever is more competitive. The opposite game was then downgraded to regional status for airing in [[Ontario]] or [[Quebec]] only. [[Ward Cornell]] hosted the [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] at [[Maple Leaf Gardens]] in [[Toronto]] or the [[Montreal Canadiens]] games at the [[Montreal Forum]], whichever is game is televised nationally. [[Jack Dennett]] hosts the opposite game that was downgraded to airing in [[Ontario]] or [[Quebec]].
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
*[[List of Hockey Night in Canada commentators]]
 
*[[List of Hockey Night in Canada commentators]]
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==References==
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==External links==
 
==External links==
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[[Category:CBC Sports]]
 
[[Category:CBC Sports]]
 
[[Category:National Hockey League on television]]
 
[[Category:National Hockey League on television]]

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Stanley Cup playoffs[]

Beginning in the 1967–68 season, the National Hockey League expanded from six teams to 12.

Year Round Series Games covered Play-by-play Colour commentator(s)
1968 Quarterfinals Montréal-Boston Games 1–4 (Games 1–2 joined-in-progress)[1] Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin Jr.
New York Rangers-Chicago Game 6 (joined-in-progress) Bill Hewitt Brian McFarlane
Semifinals Montréal-Chicago Games 1–5 (Games 1–4 joined-in-progress) Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin Jr.
St. Louis-Minnesota Games 6–7 (Game 6 joined-in-progress) Bill Hewitt Brian McFarlane
1969 Quarterfinals Montréal-New York Rangers Games 1–4 Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin Jr.
Boston-Toronto Games 1–4 Bill Hewitt Brian McFarlane
Semifinals Montréal-Boston Games 1–6[2][3] Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin Jr.

Notes[]

  • 1967–68 marked the first full season that all Hockey Night in Canada games (regular season and playoffs) were televised in color. Some 1966-67 games, including the Stanley Cup Finals, were also televised in color. Also, during this time Toronto and Montréal alternated each week hosting the show that was seen nationally, whichever is more competitive. The opposite game was then downgraded to regional status for airing in Ontario or Quebec only. Ward Cornell hosted the Toronto Maple Leafs at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto or the Montreal Canadiens games at the Montreal Forum, whichever is game is televised nationally. Jack Dennett hosts the opposite game that was downgraded to airing in Ontario or Quebec.

See also[]

References[]

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