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Throughout this period, [[Hockey Night in Canada]] studio shows were still originate on-site. [[Dave Hodge]] hosted the [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] at [[Maple Leaf Gardens]] in [[Toronto]], and [[Dick Irvin Jr.]] hosted the [[Montreal Canadiens]] games and ''The Fisher Report'' at [[Montreal Forum|the Forum]] in [[Montreal]] with analyst [[Red Fisher (journalist)|Red Fisher]]. [[Steve Armitage]] hosts the [[Vancouver Canucks]] games, and [[Chris Cuthbert]] hosted the games in [[Western Canada]] - either the [[Calgary Flames]], or the Oilers. [[Brian McFarlane]] hosted the [[Winnipeg Jets]] or [[Montreal Canadiens]] games, or telecasts in the [[United States]] later in the decade. This allowed for on-air talent, including commentators for the show, and their guests (often ex-players or active players) to provide further insights of the games. Since the [[1987 Stanley Cup playoffs|1987 playoffs]], [[Ron MacLean]] and [[Don Cherry]] hosted ''[[Coach's Corner]]'', a show that was broadcast across [[Canada]]. For the [[Stanley Cup Finals]], the program originates on-site.
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Throughout this period, [[Hockey Night in Canada]] studio shows were still originate on-site. [[Dave Hodge]] hosted the [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] at [[Maple Leaf Gardens]] in [[Toronto]], and [[Dick Irvin Jr.]] hosted the [[Montreal Canadiens]] games and ''The Fisher Report'' at [[Montreal Forum]] with analyst [[Red Fisher (journalist)|Red Fisher]]. [[Steve Armitage]] hosts the [[Vancouver Canucks]] games, and [[Chris Cuthbert]] hosted the games in [[Western Canada]] - either the [[Calgary Flames]], or the Oilers. [[Brian McFarlane]] hosted the [[Winnipeg Jets]] or [[Montreal Canadiens]] games, or telecasts in the [[United States]] later in the decade. This allowed for on-air talent, including commentators for the show, and their guests (often ex-players or active players) to provide further insights of the games. Since the [[1987 Stanley Cup playoffs|1987 playoffs]], [[Ron MacLean]] and [[Don Cherry]] hosted ''[[Coach's Corner]]'', a show that was broadcast across [[Canada]]. For the [[Stanley Cup Finals]], the program originates on-site.
   
 
==[[Stanley Cup playoffs]]==
 
==[[Stanley Cup playoffs]]==
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|Quarterfinals
 
|Quarterfinals
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|Montréal-Minnesota
|[[1979–80 Montreal Canadiens season|Montréal]]-[[1979–80 Minnesota North Stars season|Minnesota]]
 
 
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=1980 Minnesota vs Montreal Game # 2 17 04|id=2Uct1GLXXBo}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1980 Stanley Cup Playoffs Montreal Canadiens at Minnesota North Stars Game 3 4-19-1980|id=qPyUHwL1JPA}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1980-Stanley Cup Quarter Finals - North Stars vs Canadiens|id=93yATgUlAY8}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=1980 Minnesota vs Montreal Game # 2 17 04|id=2Uct1GLXXBo}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1980 Stanley Cup Playoffs Montreal Canadiens at Minnesota North Stars Game 3 4-19-1980|id=qPyUHwL1JPA}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1980-Stanley Cup Quarter Finals - North Stars vs Canadiens|id=93yATgUlAY8}}</ref>
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]]
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]]
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|-
 
|-
 
|rowspan="2"|Semifinals
 
|rowspan="2"|Semifinals
|[[1979–80 Philadelphia Flyers season|Philadelphia]]-[[1979–80 Minnesota North Stars season|Minnesota]]
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|Philadelphia-Minnesota
 
|Games 4–5<ref>{{YouTube|title=Flyers vs North Stars 1980 playoffs, Game 4 highlights|id=FjZCbg7ny_M}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=May 08/1980 Minnesota North Stars – Philadelphia Flyers g.5 (1)|id=TEScfFyqAHw}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Flyers eliminate North Stars 1980 playoffs, Game 5 highlights|id=qufht6cJnOo}}</ref>
 
|Games 4–5<ref>{{YouTube|title=Flyers vs North Stars 1980 playoffs, Game 4 highlights|id=FjZCbg7ny_M}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=May 08/1980 Minnesota North Stars – Philadelphia Flyers g.5 (1)|id=TEScfFyqAHw}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Flyers eliminate North Stars 1980 playoffs, Game 5 highlights|id=qufht6cJnOo}}</ref>
 
|[[Dan Kelly (sportscaster)|Dan Kelly]] (first half of Game 4)<br>[[Jim Robson]] (second half of Game 4)<br>[[Don Wittman]] (Game 5)
 
|[[Dan Kelly (sportscaster)|Dan Kelly]] (first half of Game 4)<br>[[Jim Robson]] (second half of Game 4)<br>[[Don Wittman]] (Game 5)
 
|[[Gerry Pinder]] and [[Howie Meeker]] (Game 4)<br>[[Dick Irvin Jr.]] (Game 5)
 
|[[Gerry Pinder]] and [[Howie Meeker]] (Game 4)<br>[[Dick Irvin Jr.]] (Game 5)
 
|-
 
|-
|[[1979–80 Buffalo Sabres season|Buffalo]]-[[1979–80 New York Islanders season|New York Islanders]]
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|Buffalo-[[1979–80 New York Islanders season|New York Islanders]]
 
|Games 1–3, 6<ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 1 1980 Stanley Cup Semifinal Islanders at Sabres (CBC)|id=XkjR8ML5O2w}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 2 1980 Stanley Cup Semifinal New York Islanders at Buffalo Sabres|id=WFTDU5-qP9w}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 3 1980 Stanley Cup Semifinal Sabres at Islanders (CBC)|id=-cwL9hMgexy0}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=New York Islanders 5 Buffalo Sabres 2 Stanley Cup Semi Finals Game 6 May 10 1980|id=k8P5zdWOu64}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–3, 6<ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 1 1980 Stanley Cup Semifinal Islanders at Sabres (CBC)|id=XkjR8ML5O2w}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 2 1980 Stanley Cup Semifinal New York Islanders at Buffalo Sabres|id=WFTDU5-qP9w}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 3 1980 Stanley Cup Semifinal Sabres at Islanders (CBC)|id=-cwL9hMgexy0}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=New York Islanders 5 Buffalo Sabres 2 Stanley Cup Semi Finals Game 6 May 10 1980|id=k8P5zdWOu64}}</ref>
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]] (Games 1–2; first half of Game 6)<br>[[Jim Robson]] (first half of Game 3)<br>[[Dan Kelly (sportscaster)|Dan Kelly]] (2nd half of Games 3 and 6)
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]] (Games 1–2; first half of Game 6)<br>[[Jim Robson]] (first half of Game 3)<br>[[Dan Kelly (sportscaster)|Dan Kelly]] (2nd half of Games 3 and 6)
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|-
 
|-
 
|rowspan="2"|Quarterfinals
 
|rowspan="2"|Quarterfinals
|[[1980–81 New York Islanders season|New York Islanders]]-[[1980–81 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]
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|New York Islanders-Edmonton
 
|Games 1–6<ref>{{YouTube|title=New York Islanders 6 Edmonton Oilers Quarter Finals Game 2 April 17 1981|id=1lEuCkFGAP8}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 4 1981 Stanley Cup Quarterfinal Islanders at Oilers (CBC / NHLN)|id=YvoxP8sXRtk}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 6 1981 Stanley Cup Quarterfinal Islanders at Oilers|id=jmOX6x-iq7o}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–6<ref>{{YouTube|title=New York Islanders 6 Edmonton Oilers Quarter Finals Game 2 April 17 1981|id=1lEuCkFGAP8}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 4 1981 Stanley Cup Quarterfinal Islanders at Oilers (CBC / NHLN)|id=YvoxP8sXRtk}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 6 1981 Stanley Cup Quarterfinal Islanders at Oilers|id=jmOX6x-iq7o}}</ref>
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]] (in New York)<br>[[Don Wittman]] (in Edmonton)
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]] (in New York)<br>[[Don Wittman]] (in Edmonton)
 
|[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Dick Irvin Jr.]] (in New York)<br>[[Gary Dornhoefer]] (Games 3–4)<br>[[Gerry Pinder]] (Games 6)
 
|[[Mickey Redmond]] and [[Dick Irvin Jr.]] (in New York)<br>[[Gary Dornhoefer]] (Games 3–4)<br>[[Gerry Pinder]] (Games 6)
 
|-
 
|-
|[[1980–81 Philadelphia Flyers season|Philadelphia]]-[[1980–81 Calgary Flames season|Calgary]]
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|Philadelphia-Calgary
 
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=Pat Riggin vs Flyers -1981|id=52HIFX5Gn3U}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=Pat Riggin vs Flyers -1981|id=52HIFX5Gn3U}}</ref>
 
|[[Bob Cole (announcer)|Bob Cole]]
 
|[[Bob Cole (announcer)|Bob Cole]]
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|-
 
|-
 
|Semifinals
 
|Semifinals
|[[1980–81 Calgary Flames season|Calgary]]-[[1980–81 Minnesota North Stars season|Minnesota]]
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|Calgary-[[1980–81 Minnesota North Stars season|Minnesota]]
 
|Games 1–6<ref>{{YouTube|title=1981 Flames vs North Stars Game 3 (May 3, 1981)|id=nLUEWDfq2-M}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1981 Flames vs North Stars Game 4 May 5|id=UJ-oJdYZkBA}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1981 playoffs Flames @ North Stars, Game 4 highlights|id=QO2A4Xp8n14}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1981 playoffs North Stars @ Calgary Flames, Game 5 highlights|id=IXeaOl7ASqs}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–6<ref>{{YouTube|title=1981 Flames vs North Stars Game 3 (May 3, 1981)|id=nLUEWDfq2-M}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1981 Flames vs North Stars Game 4 May 5|id=UJ-oJdYZkBA}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1981 playoffs Flames @ North Stars, Game 4 highlights|id=QO2A4Xp8n14}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1981 playoffs North Stars @ Calgary Flames, Game 5 highlights|id=IXeaOl7ASqs}}</ref>
 
|[[Jim Robson]] (in Calgary)<br>[[Don Wittman]] (in Minnesota)
 
|[[Jim Robson]] (in Calgary)<br>[[Don Wittman]] (in Minnesota)
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|[[Mickey Redmond]]<br>[[Don Cherry]] (Games 1–2)<br>[[Bobby Hull]] (in Québec)<br>[[Dick Irvin Jr.]] (Games 5–7)
 
|[[Mickey Redmond]]<br>[[Don Cherry]] (Games 1–2)<br>[[Bobby Hull]] (in Québec)<br>[[Dick Irvin Jr.]] (Games 5–7)
 
|-
 
|-
|[[1981–82 Vancouver Canucks season|Vancouver]]-[[1981–82 Los Angeles Kings season|Los Angeles]]
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|[[1981–82 Vancouver Canucks season|Vancouver]]-Los Angeles
 
|Games 1–5<ref>{{YouTube|title=HNIC 1982 NHL Playoff Update (Canucks-Kings)|id=Bu074kRZIRM}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–5<ref>{{YouTube|title=HNIC 1982 NHL Playoff Update (Canucks-Kings)|id=Bu074kRZIRM}}</ref>
 
|[[Jim Robson]] (in Vancouver)<br>[[Don Wittman]] (in Los Angeles)
 
|[[Jim Robson]] (in Vancouver)<br>[[Don Wittman]] (in Los Angeles)
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|-
 
|-
 
|rowspan="2"|Conference finals
 
|rowspan="2"|Conference finals
|[[1981–82 New York Islanders season|New York Islanders]]-[[1981–82 Quebec Nordiques season|Québec]]
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|[[1981–82 New York Islanders season|New York Islanders]]-Québec
 
|Games 1–4<ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 1 1982 Wales Conference Final Nordiques at Islanders (CBC)|id=5hQrim47cmY}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 3 1982 Wales Conference Final Islanders at Nordiques (CBC)|id=4_hULAN4QWk}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 4 1982 Wales Conference Final Islanders at Nordiques (CBC) (better quality)|id=EPZI1y7S-I4}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–4<ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 1 1982 Wales Conference Final Nordiques at Islanders (CBC)|id=5hQrim47cmY}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 3 1982 Wales Conference Final Islanders at Nordiques (CBC)|id=4_hULAN4QWk}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Game 4 1982 Wales Conference Final Islanders at Nordiques (CBC) (better quality)|id=EPZI1y7S-I4}}</ref>
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]]
 
|[[Danny Gallivan]]
 
|[[Dick Irvin Jr.]]<br>[[Don Cherry]] (in New York)<br>[[Bobby Hull]] (in Québec)
 
|[[Dick Irvin Jr.]]<br>[[Don Cherry]] (in New York)<br>[[Bobby Hull]] (in Québec)
 
|-
 
|-
|[[1981–82 Chicago Black Hawks season|Chicago]]-[[1981–82 Vancouver Canucks season|Vancouver]]
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|[[1981–82 Chicago Black Hawks season|Chicago]]-Vancouver
 
|Games 1–5<ref>{{YouTube|title=Vancouver Canucks vs. Chicago Blackhawks - April 29, 1982 - The "White Towel" Game | NHL Classics|id=qSg7r5rLu04}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–5<ref>{{YouTube|title=Vancouver Canucks vs. Chicago Blackhawks - April 29, 1982 - The "White Towel" Game | NHL Classics|id=qSg7r5rLu04}}</ref>
 
|[[Don Wittman]] (in Chicago)<br>[[Jim Robson]] (in Vancouver)
 
|[[Don Wittman]] (in Chicago)<br>[[Jim Robson]] (in Vancouver)
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|[[Dick Irvin Jr.]]
 
|[[Dick Irvin Jr.]]
 
|-
 
|-
|[[1982–83 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1982–83 Chicago Black Hawks season|Chicago]]
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|Edmonton-[[1982–83 Chicago Black Hawks season|Chicago]]
 
|Games 1–4<ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Classic Games: 1983 Conference Final, Gm1: Blackhawks vs Oilers|id=_jsgYuW_l10}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Clarence Campbell Conference Finals 1983 - Game 4 - Edmonton Oilers @ Chicago Blackhawks|id=S62WFrr_Vho}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–4<ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Classic Games: 1983 Conference Final, Gm1: Blackhawks vs Oilers|id=_jsgYuW_l10}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Clarence Campbell Conference Finals 1983 - Game 4 - Edmonton Oilers @ Chicago Blackhawks|id=S62WFrr_Vho}}</ref>
 
|[[Jim Robson]] (in Edmonton)<br>[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]] (in Chicago)
 
|[[Jim Robson]] (in Edmonton)<br>[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]] (in Chicago)
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|[[Gary Dornhoefer]] and [[Dick Irvin Jr.]]
 
|[[Gary Dornhoefer]] and [[Dick Irvin Jr.]]
 
|-
 
|-
|[[1983–84 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1983–84 Minnesota North Stars season|Minnesota]]
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|Edmonton-[[1983–84 Minnesota North Stars season|Minnesota]]
 
|Games 1–4
 
|Games 1–4
 
|[[Jim Robson]]
 
|[[Jim Robson]]
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|[[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]]
 
|[[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]]
 
|-
 
|-
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|Edmonton-Minnesota
|[[1984–85 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1984–85 Winnipeg Jets season|Winnipeg]]
 
 
|Games 1–4<ref>{{YouTube|title=1985 Winnipeg Jets vs Edmonton Oilers Game#3 Second Round|id=MAp5SQJobNE}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1985 Winnipeg Jets vs Edmonton Oilers Game#4 Second Round|id=tHr-N110rXQ}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–4<ref>{{YouTube|title=1985 Winnipeg Jets vs Edmonton Oilers Game#3 Second Round|id=MAp5SQJobNE}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1985 Winnipeg Jets vs Edmonton Oilers Game#4 Second Round|id=tHr-N110rXQ}}</ref>
 
|[[Don Wittman]]
 
|[[Don Wittman]]
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|-
 
|Conference finals
 
|Conference finals
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|Edmonton-Chicago
|[[1984–85 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1984–85 Chicago Black Hawks season|Chicago]]
 
 
|Games 1–6<ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Clarence Campbell Conference Finals 1985 - Game 5 - Chicago Blackhawks @ Edmonton Oilers|id=c7qugL3eUaQ}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–6<ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Clarence Campbell Conference Finals 1985 - Game 5 - Chicago Blackhawks @ Edmonton Oilers|id=c7qugL3eUaQ}}</ref>
 
|[[Don Wittman]]
 
|[[Don Wittman]]
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|[[Harry Neale]]
 
|[[Harry Neale]]
 
|-
 
|-
|[[1985–86 St. Louis Blues season|St. Louis]]-[[1985–86 Toronto Maple Leafs season|Toronto]]
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|[[1985–86 St. Louis Blues season|St. Louis]]-Toronto
 
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 Norris Division Final St Louis Blues vs Toronto Maple Leafs Game 2|id=2YQms2Gkdsc}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 Leafs vs Blues gm 6 with Dan Maloney|id=MzmThXUkXes}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 Toronto vs St Louis April 30 gm 7 RB|id=oouM9F5rFQs}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 Norris Division Final St Louis Blues vs Toronto Maple Leafs Game 2|id=2YQms2Gkdsc}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 Leafs vs Blues gm 6 with Dan Maloney|id=MzmThXUkXes}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1986 Toronto vs St Louis April 30 gm 7 RB|id=oouM9F5rFQs}}</ref>
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]]
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]]
 
|[[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]]
 
|[[John Davidson (ice hockey)|John Davidson]]
 
|-
 
|-
|[[1985–86 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1985–86 Calgary Flames season|Calgary]]
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|[[Battle of Alberta|Edmonton-Calgary]]
 
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=CBC 1986 Playoffs Opening (Oilers vs Flames)|id=X36VjCCrspE}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Classic: Flames @ Oilers 04/18/86 {{!}} Game 1 Division Final 1986|id=jwkAQ_YLp1k}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Classic: Oilers @ Flames 04/28/86 {{!}} Game 6 Division Final 1986|id=dFr0hZ9K_Bc}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Smythe Division Final 1986 - Game 7 - Calgary Flames @ Edmonton Oilers|id=T1LkboLuJaw}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=CBC 1986 Playoffs Opening (Oilers vs Flames)|id=X36VjCCrspE}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Classic: Flames @ Oilers 04/18/86 {{!}} Game 1 Division Final 1986|id=jwkAQ_YLp1k}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Classic: Oilers @ Flames 04/28/86 {{!}} Game 6 Division Final 1986|id=dFr0hZ9K_Bc}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Smythe Division Final 1986 - Game 7 - Calgary Flames @ Edmonton Oilers|id=T1LkboLuJaw}}</ref>
 
|[[Don Wittman]]
 
|[[Don Wittman]]
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|-
 
|rowspan="2"|Conference finals
 
|rowspan="2"|Conference finals
|[[1985–86 Montreal Canadiens season|Montréal]]-[[1985–86 New York Rangers season|New York Rangers]]
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|Montréal-[[1985–86 New York Rangers season|New York Rangers]]
 
|Games 1–5<ref>{{YouTube|title=Montreal Canadiens Cup Journey '86: Conference Finals game 1 vs Rangers (VHS)|id=EdgTLyxALGY}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Montreal Canadiens Cup Journey '86: Conference Finals game 2 vs Rangers (VHS)|id=p_kVQBptrho}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Montreal Canadiens Cup Journey '86: Conference Finals game 3 vs Rangers (VHS)|id=VkoPZfLoMSc}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Montreal Canadiens Cup Journey '86: Conference Finals game 4 vs Rangers (VHS)|id=gq1-H_dAlrE}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Montreal Canadiens Cup Journey '86: Conference Finals game 5 vs Rangers (VHS)|id=gqWmPRgnK4s}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–5<ref>{{YouTube|title=Montreal Canadiens Cup Journey '86: Conference Finals game 1 vs Rangers (VHS)|id=EdgTLyxALGY}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Montreal Canadiens Cup Journey '86: Conference Finals game 2 vs Rangers (VHS)|id=p_kVQBptrho}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Montreal Canadiens Cup Journey '86: Conference Finals game 3 vs Rangers (VHS)|id=VkoPZfLoMSc}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Montreal Canadiens Cup Journey '86: Conference Finals game 4 vs Rangers (VHS)|id=gq1-H_dAlrE}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Montreal Canadiens Cup Journey '86: Conference Finals game 5 vs Rangers (VHS)|id=gqWmPRgnK4s}}</ref>
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]]
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]]
 
|[[Dick Irvin Jr.]]
 
|[[Dick Irvin Jr.]]
 
|-
 
|-
|[[1985–86 Calgary Flames season|Calgary]]-[[1985–86 St. Louis Blues season|St. Louis]]
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|[[1985–86 Calgary Flames season|Calgary]]-St. Louis
 
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=Monday Night Miracle {{!}} Retro Recap {{!}} Flames vs Blues|id=4gsLJOR-kJ4}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=Monday Night Miracle {{!}} Retro Recap {{!}} Flames vs Blues|id=4gsLJOR-kJ4}}</ref>
 
|[[Don Wittman]]
 
|[[Don Wittman]]
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|[[Scotty Bowman]]
 
|[[Scotty Bowman]]
 
|-
 
|-
|[[1986–87 Washington Capitals season|Washington]]-[[1986–87 New York Islanders season|New York Islanders]]
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|[[Capitals–Islanders rivalry|Washington-New York Islanders]]
 
|Game 7<ref>{{YouTube|title=1987 Easter Epic Full Game CBC feed|id=i4jjw1aaW5w}}</ref>
 
|Game 7<ref>{{YouTube|title=1987 Easter Epic Full Game CBC feed|id=i4jjw1aaW5w}}</ref>
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]]
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]]
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|[[Scotty Bowman]]
 
|[[Scotty Bowman]]
 
|-
 
|-
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|Edmonton-Winnipeg
|[[1986–87 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1986–87 Winnipeg Jets season|Winnipeg]]
 
 
|Games 1–4<ref>{{YouTube|title=1987 Winnipeg Jets vs Edmonton Oilers Game#1 Second Round|id=6o0yzIV-iBI}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–4<ref>{{YouTube|title=1987 Winnipeg Jets vs Edmonton Oilers Game#1 Second Round|id=6o0yzIV-iBI}}</ref>
 
|[[Don Wittman]]
 
|[[Don Wittman]]
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|<br>[[Harry Neale]] (Games 6–7)
 
|<br>[[Harry Neale]] (Games 6–7)
 
|-
 
|-
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|[[Battle of Alberta|Calgary-Edmonton]]
|[[1987–88 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1987–88 Calgary Flames season|Calgary]]
 
 
|Games 1–4<ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Smythe Division Finals 1988 - Game 2 - Edmonton Oilers @ Calgary Flames|id=qvBDk5LlFMQ}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Oilers sweep Flames 1988|id=nXNl82g3PC0}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–4<ref>{{YouTube|title=NHL Smythe Division Finals 1988 - Game 2 - Edmonton Oilers @ Calgary Flames|id=qvBDk5LlFMQ}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=Oilers sweep Flames 1988|id=nXNl82g3PC0}}</ref>
 
|[[Don Wittman]]
 
|[[Don Wittman]]
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|-
 
|Conference finals
 
|Conference finals
|[[1987–88 Boston Bruins season|Boston]]-[[1987–88 New Jersey Devils season|New Jersey]]
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|[[1987–88 Boston Bruins season|Boston]]-New Jersey
 
|Games 1–7
 
|Games 1–7
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]]
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]]
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|[[Scotty Bowman]]
 
|[[Scotty Bowman]]
 
|-
 
|-
|[[1988–89 Calgary Flames season|Calgary]]-[[1988–89 Vancouver Canucks season|Vancouver]]
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|[[Flames–Canucks rivalry|Calgary-Vancouver]]
|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 Smythe Division Semis - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 1, PART 1|id=x7jXIqRiF94}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 Smythe Division Semis - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 1, PART 2|id=UMCa_9XgY0k}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 Smythe Division Semis - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 1, PART 3|id=rRX2-jtZWEM}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 2, PART 1|id=xkgLY5d0_SE}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 2, PART 2|id=5dUAPjYjcQc}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 2, PART 3|id=nzWgXPYp9Vo}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 3, PART 1|id=53qojCIhcFk}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 3, PART 2|id=PiWlsfqX1R0}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 3, PART 3|id=i05kLKhIujk}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 Smythe Division Semi Final Calgary Flames vs Vancouver Canucks Game 7|id=0TvIIOlo0cg}}</ref>
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|Games 1–7<ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 Smythe Division Semis - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 1, PART 2|id=UMCa_9XgY0k}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 Smythe Division Semis - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 1, PART 3|id=rRX2-jtZWEM}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 2, PART 1|id=xkgLY5d0_SE}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 2, PART 2|id=5dUAPjYjcQc}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 2, PART 3|id=nzWgXPYp9Vo}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 3, PART 1|id=53qojCIhcFk}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 3, PART 2|id=PiWlsfqX1R0}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 3, PART 3|id=i05kLKhIujk}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 4, PART 1|id=1IVJ-7lXqZs}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 4, PART 2|id=kWUjimDs6xA}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 4, PART 3|id=mpdpKPdsy9s}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 5, PART 1|id=f30Ya43LBxY}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 5, PART 2|id=oO3anZDOirc}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 5, PART 3|id=qCvxIC4gEgM}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 6, PART 1|id=RjwDaiVeDAU}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 6, PART 2|id=udpUvyhVJJ4}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 First Round - Calgary vs. Vancouver, Game 6, PART 3|id=S1yJt6J2Je8}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1989 Smythe Division Semi Final Calgary Flames vs Vancouver Canucks Game 7|id=0TvIIOlo0cg}}</ref>
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]]
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]]
 
|[[Harry Neale]] (Games 1–2)<br>[[John Garrett (ice hockey)|John Garrett]] (Games 3–7)
 
|[[Harry Neale]] (Games 1–2)<br>[[John Garrett (ice hockey)|John Garrett]] (Games 3–7)
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|[[Scotty Bowman]]
 
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|Games 1–6<ref>{{YouTube|title=1988-89 - Canadiens @ Flyers, Game 4 - Fight at Habs Bench|id=_lx_NbNhFt4}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1988-89 - Canadiens @ Flyers, Game 6 - Ron Hextall mugs Chris Chelios|id=BXR5epHuLaE}}</ref>
 
|Games 1–6<ref>{{YouTube|title=1988-89 - Canadiens @ Flyers, Game 4 - Fight at Habs Bench|id=_lx_NbNhFt4}}</ref><ref>{{YouTube|title=1988-89 - Canadiens @ Flyers, Game 6 - Ron Hextall mugs Chris Chelios|id=BXR5epHuLaE}}</ref>
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]]
 
|[[Bob Cole (sportscaster)|Bob Cole]]
 
|[[Scotty Bowman]] and [[Dick Irvin Jr.]]
 
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===Notes===
 
===Notes===
 
*On April 9, 1980, [[CBC Television|CBC]] carried the [[ACTRA Award|ACTRA awards]] ceremony. This caused the [[1979–80 Hartford Whalers season|Hartford]]-[[1979–80 Montreal Canadiens season|Montréal]] and [[1979–80 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1979–80 Philadelphia Flyers season|Philadelphia]] playoff games not to be televised. Meanwhile, the [[1979–80 Toronto Maple Leafs season|Toronto]]-[[1979–80 Minnesota North Stars season|Minnesota]] game was shifted to [[CHCH-TV|CHCH]] in [[Hamilton, Ontario|Hamilton]] while the [[1979–80 Vancouver Canucks season|Vancouver]]-[[1979–80 Buffalo Sabres season|Buffalo]] game was televised by CBC regionally in [[British Columbia]] as usual. The ACTRA awards show was [[Broadcast delay|tape-delayed]] into [[prime time]] on the [[British Columbia Coast|west coast]].
 
*On April 9, 1980, [[CBC Television|CBC]] carried the [[ACTRA Award|ACTRA awards]] ceremony. This caused the [[1979–80 Hartford Whalers season|Hartford]]-[[1979–80 Montreal Canadiens season|Montréal]] and [[1979–80 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1979–80 Philadelphia Flyers season|Philadelphia]] playoff games not to be televised. Meanwhile, the [[1979–80 Toronto Maple Leafs season|Toronto]]-[[1979–80 Minnesota North Stars season|Minnesota]] game was shifted to [[CHCH-TV|CHCH]] in [[Hamilton, Ontario|Hamilton]] while the [[1979–80 Vancouver Canucks season|Vancouver]]-[[1979–80 Buffalo Sabres season|Buffalo]] game was televised by CBC regionally in [[British Columbia]] as usual. The ACTRA awards show was [[Broadcast delay|tape-delayed]] into [[prime time]] on the [[British Columbia Coast|west coast]].
*Aside from the [[1982 Stanley Cup Finals]], [[Hockey Night in Canada|CBC]]'s only other nationally televised postseason games (all of the other games were seen regionally) from that year were the [[1981–82 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1981–82 Los Angeles Kings season|Los Angeles]] game (April 12), the [[1981–82 Boston Bruins season|Boston]]-[[1981–82 Quebec Nordiques season|Québec]] game (April 23), the deciding game seven between the same two teams at [[Boston Garden]] (April 25), and the [[1981–82 Vancouver Canucks season|Vancouver]]-[[1981–82 Chicago Black Hawks season|Chicago]] game (May 6).
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*Aside from the [[1982 Stanley Cup Finals]], [[Hockey Night in Canada|CBC]]'s only other nationally televised postseason games from that year were the [[1981–82 Edmonton Oilers season|Edmonton]]-[[1981–82 Los Angeles Kings season|Los Angeles]] game (April 12), the [[1981–82 Boston Bruins season|Boston]]-[[1981–82 Quebec Nordiques season|Québec]] game (April 23), the deciding game 7 between the same two teams at [[Boston Garden]] (April 25), and the [[1981–82 Vancouver Canucks season|Vancouver]]-[[1981–82 Chicago Black Hawks season|Chicago]] game (May 6). All other games were seen regionally
 
*[[NHL on CTV|CTV]] had the national rights for the 1986 [[1985–86 Calgary Flames season|Calgary]]-[[1985–86 St. Louis Blues season|St. Louis]] playoff series, except in the [[CFCN-TV|Calgary market]], for which [[Hockey Night in Canada|CBC]] and [[Molson]] retained exclusive rights to. CTV was unable to televise Games 2 and 3 of this series due to prior commitments. Meanwhile, CBC was allowed to televise Games 2 and 3 to all of [[CBRT (TV)|Alberta]] and [[CBUT|British Columbia]], but not nationally.
 
*[[NHL on CTV|CTV]] had the national rights for the 1986 [[1985–86 Calgary Flames season|Calgary]]-[[1985–86 St. Louis Blues season|St. Louis]] playoff series, except in the [[CFCN-TV|Calgary market]], for which [[Hockey Night in Canada|CBC]] and [[Molson]] retained exclusive rights to. CTV was unable to televise Games 2 and 3 of this series due to prior commitments. Meanwhile, CBC was allowed to televise Games 2 and 3 to all of [[CBRT (TV)|Alberta]] and [[CBUT|British Columbia]], but not nationally.
 
*In [[1987 Stanley Cup playoffs|1987]], the first round series was extended to a best-of-7 series. In previous years, that round was a best-of-5. Like previous years, every round after the first was a best-of-7 series.
 
*In [[1987 Stanley Cup playoffs|1987]], the first round series was extended to a best-of-7 series. In previous years, that round was a best-of-5. Like previous years, every round after the first was a best-of-7 series.
*On April 18, 1988 (during Game 1 of the [[Bruins–Canadiens rivalry|Montréal-Boston]] playoff series) at approximately 8:08&nbsp;p.m. local time, there was a power outage in the province of [[Québec]]. While darkness enveloped [[Montréal]] and the [[Montreal Forum|Forum]] itself, the Forum's reserve generators kicked into gear. The generators were only able to illuminate the rink surface with enough power to keep the game moving. Ultimately, CBC was left with no choice but to abandon coverage following the first period.<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|date=1988-04-19|title=6 Million Without Power During Night : Quebec Gets Lights Back, Then New Outage Hits|url=https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1988-04-19-mn-1451-story.html|access-date=2021-08-01|website=Los Angeles Times|language=en-US}}</ref><ref name=":1">{{Cite web|title=A power failure -- the second in 12 hours...|url=https://www.upi.com/Archives/1988/04/19/A-power-failure-the-second-in-12-hours/2689577425600/|access-date=2021-08-01|website=UPI|language=en}}</ref>
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*On April 18, 1988 (during Game 1 of the [[Bruins–Canadiens rivalry|Montréal-Boston]] playoff series) at approximately 8:08 p.m. local time, there was a power outage in the province of [[Québec]]. While darkness enveloped [[Montréal]] and the [[Montreal Forum|Forum]] itself, the Forum's reserve generators kicked into gear. The generators were only able to illuminate the rink surface with enough power to keep the game moving. Ultimately, CBC was left with no choice but to abandon coverage following the first period.<ref name=":0">{{Cite web|date=1988-04-19|title=6 Million Without Power During Night : Quebec Gets Lights Back, Then New Outage Hits|url=https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1988-04-19-mn-1451-story.html|access-date=2021-08-01|website=Los Angeles Times|language=en-US}}</ref><ref name=":1">{{Cite web|title=A power failure -- the second in 12 hours...|url=https://www.upi.com/Archives/1988/04/19/A-power-failure-the-second-in-12-hours/2689577425600/|access-date=2021-08-01|website=UPI|language=en}}</ref>
 
**That same day, [[Chris Cuthbert]] was assigned by CBC to report and provide updates on Game 1 of [[1987–88 Washington Capitals season|Washington]]-[[1987–88 New Jersey Devils season|New Jersey]] playoff series. However, when the Quebec blackout affected CBC's coverage of the Game 1 of the Boston-Montreal playoff series, the network threw to him and the solitary camera beside him in his coverage position to work the rest of this game. The whole process was totally done off the cuff. In other words, there were no graphics, no replay capabilities, and no analyst.<ref name=":0" /><ref name=":1" />
 
**That same day, [[Chris Cuthbert]] was assigned by CBC to report and provide updates on Game 1 of [[1987–88 Washington Capitals season|Washington]]-[[1987–88 New Jersey Devils season|New Jersey]] playoff series. However, when the Quebec blackout affected CBC's coverage of the Game 1 of the Boston-Montreal playoff series, the network threw to him and the solitary camera beside him in his coverage position to work the rest of this game. The whole process was totally done off the cuff. In other words, there were no graphics, no replay capabilities, and no analyst.<ref name=":0" /><ref name=":1" />
 
*[[NHL on Global|CanWest-Global]] aired the 1988 [[Battle of Alberta|Edmonton-Calgary]] playoff series nationally, except for the [[CITV-TV|Edmonton]] and [[CICT-TV|Calgary]] markets, where [[Hockey Night in Canada|CBC]] retained exclusive rights.
 
*[[NHL on Global|CanWest-Global]] aired the 1988 [[Battle of Alberta|Edmonton-Calgary]] playoff series nationally, except for the [[CITV-TV|Edmonton]] and [[CICT-TV|Calgary]] markets, where [[Hockey Night in Canada|CBC]] retained exclusive rights.

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Throughout this period, Hockey Night in Canada studio shows were still originate on-site. Dave Hodge hosted the Toronto Maple Leafs at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, and Dick Irvin Jr. hosted the Montreal Canadiens games and The Fisher Report at Montreal Forum with analyst Red Fisher. Steve Armitage hosts the Vancouver Canucks games, and Chris Cuthbert hosted the games in Western Canada - either the Calgary Flames, or the Oilers. Brian McFarlane hosted the Winnipeg Jets or Montreal Canadiens games, or telecasts in the United States later in the decade. This allowed for on-air talent, including commentators for the show, and their guests (often ex-players or active players) to provide further insights of the games. Since the 1987 playoffs, Ron MacLean and Don Cherry hosted Coach's Corner, a show that was broadcast across Canada. For the Stanley Cup Finals, the program originates on-site.

Stanley Cup playoffs

Year Round Series Games covered Play-by-play Colour commentator(s)
1980 First round Philadelphia-Edmonton Games 1, 3 Bob Cole (in Philadelphia)
Don Wittman (in Edmonton)
Gary Dornhoefer
Buffalo-Vancouver Games 1–4[1] Don Wittman (in Buffalo)
Jim Robson (in Vancouver)
Gerry Pinder (in Buffalo)
Howie Meeker (in Vancouver)
Montréal-Hartford Games 1, 3 Danny Gallivan Mickey Redmond and Dick Irvin Jr.
Boston-Pittsburgh Game 5[2] Jim Robson Gary Dornhoefer
Minnesota-Toronto Games 1, 3[3][4] Bill Hewitt (in Minnesota)
Bob Cole (in Toronto)
Brian McFarlane (in Minnesota)
Gerry Pinder (in Toronto)
Quarterfinals Montréal-Minnesota Games 1–7[5][6][7] Danny Gallivan Gary Dornhoefer and Dick Irvin Jr.
Semifinals Philadelphia-Minnesota Games 4–5[8][9][10] Dan Kelly (first half of Game 4)
Jim Robson (second half of Game 4)
Don Wittman (Game 5)
Gerry Pinder and Howie Meeker (Game 4)
Dick Irvin Jr. (Game 5)
Buffalo-New York Islanders Games 1–3, 6[11][12][13][14] Bob Cole (Games 1–2; first half of Game 6)
Jim Robson (first half of Game 3)
Dan Kelly (2nd half of Games 3 and 6)
Gary Dornhoefer (Games 1–2, 6)
Gerry Pinder (Game 3)
1981 First round New York Islanders-Toronto Games 1–3[15][16] Bill Hewitt (in New York)
Bob Cole (in Toronto)
Howie Meeker and Brian McFarlane (in New York)
Gary Dornhoefer, Gerry Pinder and Chico Resch (in Toronto)
Montréal-Edmonton Games 1–3[17] Danny Gallivan Mickey Redmond and Dick Irvin Jr.
Buffalo-Vancouver Games 1–3 Don Wittman (in Buffalo)
Jim Robson (in Vancouver)
Gerry Pinder (in Buffalo)
Howie Meeker (in Vancouver)
Philadelphia-Québec Games 4–5[18][19][20] Bob Cole Gary Dornhoefer
Calgary-Chicago Games 1–3 Bob Cole (in Calgary)
Don Wittman (in Chicago)
Gary Dornhoefer (in Calgary)
Gerry Pinder (in Chicago)
Quarterfinals New York Islanders-Edmonton Games 1–6[21][22][23] Danny Gallivan (in New York)
Don Wittman (in Edmonton)
Mickey Redmond and Dick Irvin Jr. (in New York)
Gary Dornhoefer (Games 3–4)
Gerry Pinder (Games 6)
Philadelphia-Calgary Games 1–7[24] Bob Cole Gary Dornhoefer (Games 1–2, 5–7)
Gerry Pinder (Games 3–4)
Semifinals Calgary-Minnesota Games 1–6[25][26][27][28] Jim Robson (in Calgary)
Don Wittman (in Minnesota)
Mickey Redmond and Dick Irvin Jr. (in Calgary)
Gary Dornhoefer and Chico Resch (in Minnesota)
1982 Divisional semifinals Montréal-Québec Games 1–5[29] Danny Gallivan Gary Dornhoefer (Games 1, 3–4)
Bobby Hull (in Montréal)
Dick Irvin Jr. (Games 2–5)
Winnipeg-St. Louis Games 1–4 Don Wittman Mickey Redmond
Edmonton-Los Angeles Games 1–5[30] Bob Cole Don Cherry
Gary Dornhoefer (Game 5)
Vancouver-Calgary Games 1–3 Jim Robson (in Vancouver)
Dave Hodge (in Calgary)
Howie Meeker
Divisional finals Boston-Québec Games 1–7[31][32][33][34] Bob Cole Mickey Redmond
Don Cherry (Games 1–2)
Bobby Hull (in Québec)
Dick Irvin Jr. (Games 5–7)
Vancouver-Los Angeles Games 1–5[35] Jim Robson (in Vancouver)
Don Wittman (in Los Angeles)
Gary Dornhoefer
Howie Meeker (in Los Angeles)
Conference finals New York Islanders-Québec Games 1–4[36][37][38] Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin Jr.
Don Cherry (in New York)
Bobby Hull (in Québec)
Chicago-Vancouver Games 1–5[39] Don Wittman (in Chicago)
Jim Robson (in Vancouver)
Gary Dornhoefer
Howie Meeker (in Vancouver)
Bobby Hull (Game 5)
1983 Divisional semifinals Montréal-Buffalo Games 1–3[40] Danny Gallivan Don Cherry and Dick Irvin Jr.
Minnesota-Toronto Games 1–4[41] Bob Cole Mickey Redmond
Edmonton-Winnipeg Games 1–3 John Wells (in Calgary)
Don Wittman (in Vancouver)
Gary Dornhoefer
Calgary-Vancouver Games 1–4 Don Wittman (in Calgary)
Jim Robson (in Vancouver)
Howie Meeker
Divisional finals New York Islanders-New York Rangers Game 6 Bob Cole Mickey Redmond and Don Cherry
Edmonton-Calgary Games 1–5[42] Jim Robson Gary Dornhoefer
Conference finals Boston-New York Islanders Games 2–3, 5–6[43] Danny Gallivan Dick Irvin Jr.
Edmonton-Chicago Games 1–4[44][45] Jim Robson (in Edmonton)
Bob Cole (in Chicago)
Gary Dornhoefer (in Edmonton)
Mickey Redmond (in Chicago)
1984 Divisional semifinals Boston-Montréal Games 1–3 Danny Gallivan Mickey Redmond and Dick Irvin Jr.
New York Islanders-New York Rangers Games 4–5[46] Bob Cole Dick Irvin Jr. and Don Cherry
Edmonton-Winnipeg Games 1–3 Bob Cole Gary Dornhoefer and Don Cherry
Calgary-Vancouver Games 1–4 Don Wittman (in Calgary)
Jim Robson (in Vancouver)
Howie Meeker
Division finals Québec-Montréal Games 1–6[47][48][49][50] Bob Cole Mickey Redmond
Dick Irvin Jr. (first two periods of Game 6; rest of series entirely)
Don Cherry (third period of Game 6)
Edmonton-Calgary Games 1–7[51] Don Wittman Gary Dornhoefer
Conference finals Montréal-New York Islanders Games 1–6[52][53][54] Danny Gallivan Gary Dornhoefer and Dick Irvin Jr.
Edmonton-Minnesota Games 1–4 Jim Robson Mickey Redmond and Chico Resch
1985 Divisional semifinals Montréal-Boston Games 1–5[55][56][57] Bob Cole Mickey Redmond and Dick Irvin Jr.
Edmonton-Los Angeles Games 1–3 Jim Robson Gary Dornhoefer
Winnipeg-Calgary Games 1–4[58][59] Don Wittman John Davidson
Divisional finals Montréal-Québec Games 1–2, 5, 7[60] Bob Cole Mickey Redmond and Dick Irvin Jr.
Chicago-Minnesota Game 6 Jim Robson John Davidson
Edmonton-Minnesota Games 1–4[61][62] Don Wittman Gary Dornhoefer and John Davidson
Conference finals Edmonton-Chicago Games 1–6[63] Don Wittman Gary Dornhoefer and John Davidson
1986 Divisional semifinals Montréal-Boston Games 1–3[64] Dick Irvin Jr. Harry Neale
Chicago-Toronto Games 1–3[65][66][67][68][69][70] Bob Cole Gary Dornhoefer
Minnesota-St. Louis Games 4–5[71] Bob Cole Gary Dornhoefer
Edmonton-Vancouver Games 1–3 Don Wittman John Davidson
Divisional finals Montréal-Hartford Games 1–7[72] Dick Irvin Jr. Harry Neale
St. Louis-Toronto Games 1–7[73][74][75] Bob Cole John Davidson
Edmonton-Calgary Games 1–7[76][77][78][79] Don Wittman Gary Dornhoefer
Conference finals Montréal-New York Rangers Games 1–5[80][81][82][83][84] Bob Cole Dick Irvin Jr.
Calgary-St. Louis Games 1–7[85] Don Wittman John Davidson
1987 Divisional semifinals Montréal-Boston Games 1–4 Dick Irvin Jr. Gary Dornhoefer
St. Louis-Toronto Games 1–6[86][87] Bob Cole Harry Neale
Edmonton-Los Angeles Games 1–5[88] Jim Robson (Games 1–2, 4–5)
Steve Armitage (Game 3)
John Garrett
Calgary-Winnipeg Games 1–6[89][90][91] Don Wittman Scotty Bowman
Washington-New York Islanders Game 7[92] Bob Cole Harry Neale
Divisional finals Montréal-Québec Games 1–2, 5,[93] 7 Dick Irvin Jr. Gary Dornhoefer
Detroit-Toronto Games 1–7[94] Bob Cole Scotty Bowman
Edmonton-Winnipeg Games 1–4[95] Don Wittman Harry Neale
Conference finals Philadelphia-Montréal Games 1–6 Bob Cole Harry Neale and Dick Irvin Jr.
1988 Divisional semifinals Montréal-Hartford Games 1–6 Dick Irvin Jr. Scotty Bowman
Detroit-Toronto Games 1–6[96][97][98][99][100] Bob Cole Harry Neale
Calgary-Los Angeles Games 1–5[101] Bruce Buchanan John Garrett
Edmonton-Winnipeg Games 1–5 Chris Cuthbert Chico Resch
Divisional finals Montréal-Boston Games 1–5[102] Bob Cole Harry Neale and Dick Irvin Jr.
Washington-New Jersey Games 1 (joined-in-progress), 6–7 Chris Cuthbert (Game 1)
Bob Cole (Games 6–7)

Harry Neale (Games 6–7)
Calgary-Edmonton Games 1–4[103][104] Don Wittman Scotty Bowman
Conference finals Boston-New Jersey Games 1–7 Bob Cole Harry Neale
1989 Divisional semifinals Montréal-Hartford Games 1–4 Dick Irvin Jr. Scotty Bowman
Calgary-Vancouver Games 1–7[105][106][107][108][109][110][111][112][113][114][115][116][117][118][119][120][121][122] Bob Cole Harry Neale (Games 1–2)
John Garrett (Games 3–7)
Los Angeles-Edmonton Games 1–7 Don Wittman (Games 1–2, 5–7)
Chris Cuthbert (Games 3–4)
John Garrett (Games 1–2)
Harry Neale (Games 3–7)
Divisional finals Montréal-Boston Games 1–5 Bob Cole Harry Neale and Dick Irvin Jr.
Pittsburgh-Philadelphia Games 6–7 Bob Cole Harry Neale and Dick Irvin Jr.
St. Louis-Chicago Game 5 Don Wittman Scotty Bowman
Calgary-Los Angeles Games 1–4 Don Wittman Scotty Bowman
Conference finals Montréal-Philadelphia Games 1–6[123][124] Bob Cole Scotty Bowman and Dick Irvin Jr.
Calgary-Chicago Games 1–5[125] Don Wittman Harry Neale

Notes

  • On April 9, 1980, CBC carried the ACTRA awards ceremony. This caused the Hartford-Montréal and Edmonton-Philadelphia playoff games not to be televised. Meanwhile, the Toronto-Minnesota game was shifted to CHCH in Hamilton while the Vancouver-Buffalo game was televised by CBC regionally in British Columbia as usual. The ACTRA awards show was tape-delayed into prime time on the west coast.
  • Aside from the 1982 Stanley Cup Finals, CBC's only other nationally televised postseason games from that year were the Edmonton-Los Angeles game (April 12), the Boston-Québec game (April 23), the deciding game 7 between the same two teams at Boston Garden (April 25), and the Vancouver-Chicago game (May 6). All other games were seen regionally
  • CTV had the national rights for the 1986 Calgary-St. Louis playoff series, except in the Calgary market, for which CBC and Molson retained exclusive rights to. CTV was unable to televise Games 2 and 3 of this series due to prior commitments. Meanwhile, CBC was allowed to televise Games 2 and 3 to all of Alberta and British Columbia, but not nationally.
  • In 1987, the first round series was extended to a best-of-7 series. In previous years, that round was a best-of-5. Like previous years, every round after the first was a best-of-7 series.
  • On April 18, 1988 (during Game 1 of the Montréal-Boston playoff series) at approximately 8:08 p.m. local time, there was a power outage in the province of Québec. While darkness enveloped Montréal and the Forum itself, the Forum's reserve generators kicked into gear. The generators were only able to illuminate the rink surface with enough power to keep the game moving. Ultimately, CBC was left with no choice but to abandon coverage following the first period.[126][127]
    • That same day, Chris Cuthbert was assigned by CBC to report and provide updates on Game 1 of Washington-New Jersey playoff series. However, when the Quebec blackout affected CBC's coverage of the Game 1 of the Boston-Montreal playoff series, the network threw to him and the solitary camera beside him in his coverage position to work the rest of this game. The whole process was totally done off the cuff. In other words, there were no graphics, no replay capabilities, and no analyst.[126][127]
  • CanWest-Global aired the 1988 Edmonton-Calgary playoff series nationally, except for the Edmonton and Calgary markets, where CBC retained exclusive rights.

See also

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