DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings announced their 2012-13 broadcast schedule that includes all 48 regular season games carried live on both television and radio.
For the 13th year, all Wings regular-season and playoff games will be carried live by CBS Sports Radio with Ken Kal and former Red Wings captain Paul Woods providing the call. CBS Radio will broadcast the games on a combination of 97.1 The Ticket and 1270 AM with more than half of the games simulcast on both stations.
FOX Sports Detroit (FSD) continues its award-winning production and carriage of Red Wings games by airing a total of 41 regular-season contests with 35 games slated for FSD and six on FOX Sports Detroit Plus (FS PLUS). Additionally, FOX Sports Detroit will carry all non-exclusive games in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs if the Wings qualify. NBC (four) and NBCSN (three) will carry seven regular-season Red Wings contests in Detroit and nationally.
Calling the action again this season on FOX Sports Detroit is the popular team of Ken Daniels and Mickey Redmond. Larry Murphy, former Red Wings defenseman and Hockey Hall of Famer, substitutes for Redmond during select road games and is part of the home game coverage.
FOX Sports Detroit’s comprehensive coverage includes pregame and postgame editions of RED WINGS LIVE. In addition to live reports from Joe Louis Arena and road venues, studio portions of RED WINGS LIVE will originate from FOX Sports Detroit’s Call Sam Studio at its Southfield headquarters.
SINGLE-GAME TICKETS ON SALE NOW
Detroit’s first home game is scheduled to be played on Tuesday, Jan. 22, versus the Dallas Stars. Tickets to this match and all 24 of the Red Wings’ 2012-13 home games are currently on sale at Detroitredwings.com, Ticketmaster.com, the Joe Louis Arena Box Office or by calling 313-396-7575.
Full season ticket packages as well as Six and 12 Game Plans are on sale now. For more information, contact the Red Wings Ticket Sales & Service Office at 313-396-7575 or visit DetroitRedWings.com.
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