The battle of highway 7 begins Friday on Rogers TV

Rogers TV, cable 20 has all the action as the Guelph Storm put it all on the line against Highway 7 rivals the Kitchener Rangers in the Western Conference Quarter-Final Series. Rogers TV extends its regular season coverage to bring fans live home and away game coverage of the Storm’s opening round of the 2013 OHL Playoffs. The series begins with Game One at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium Friday, March 22 LIVE at 7:30 PM on Rogers TV, cable 20, only on Rogers.  See complete series schedule below.

The Battle of Highway 7 renews as the Storm and the Rangers face off in their third-ever playoff series, the first since 2003 when Guelph was put out in five games by Kitchener on their way to their Memorial Cup win.  The year prior, 2002, the Storm swept the Rangers in four games.  

The fierce rivals, who finished the regular season just three points apart, head into the series each with a bench full of  graduating players hungry to finish their OHL careers on a high, and solid netminders, the Rangers’ John Gibson and the Storm’s Garret Sparks, who were teammates during Team USA’s Gold Medal win at the 2013 World Juniors.

“A playoff match up doesn’t get much more exciting than this,” says Charles Wechsler, Station Manager, Rogers TV. “Our team is poised to take viewers into the centre of it all with feature segments, interactive opportunities and up to the minute coverage of what’s happening on the ice and around the league.”

“Rogers TV’s game coverage brings an extra layer of excitement to our games and we look forward to this year’s playoff coverage,” says Matt Newby, Director of Business Operations Guelph Storm Hockey Club. “We know fans appreciate the ability to see the action as it happens both at home and on the road.”

Rogers TV’s play-by-play commentator Gary Doyle, colour commentator Scott Dickie and host Ryan Kovarik will bring viewers Rangers home-game coverage LIVE from the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium, and Rogers TV’s play-by-play commentator Steve Fitzsimmons, colour analyst Bill Granger and host Trevor Prior will have the call for Storm home games at the Sleeman Centre .


Kitchener Rangers VS. Guelph Storm






Game 1

Friday, March 22


7:30 PM

Game 2

Sunday, March 24


7 PM

Game 3

Tuesday, March 26


7 PM

Game 4

Thursday, March 28


7 PM

Game 5*

Friday, March 29


7:30 PM

Game 6*

Sunday, March 31


2 PM

Game 7*

Monday, April 1


7 PM

* if necessary


Watch the OHL playoffs on Rogers TV and you could be heading to Ottawa April 20th for the “Battle of Ontario” when the Toronto Maple Leafs take on the Ottawa Senators. It’s your chance to win tickets to the game, travel and accommodations! *

For more information about the OHL playoffs on Rogers TV visit and for stats, scores, highlights and more delivered to your smartphone or tablet go to, where the game never stops!

 Rogers TV is a unique TV channel where community members take an active role in conceptualizing and producing programming for local audiences. Our staff and volunteers produce informative and entertaining local programming, reinforcing Rogers’ commitment to the communities we serve. Rogers Communications is Canada’s largest provider of wireless voice and data communications services and one of Canada’s leading providers of cable television, high-speed Internet and telephony services. Rogers TV is only available to Rogers’ customers, including the company’s 2.3 million cable customers in Ontario, New Brunswick and Newfoundland. For more information on Rogers Communications Inc., visit

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 For more information contact:
Charles Wechsler                                                                   Lisa Leachman
Station Manager                                                                    Publicity & Promotions Officer

Rogers TV                                                                               Rogers TV

(519) 824-1900 ext. 8120                                                       (519) 824-1900 ext. 3272                                

 * Contest closes March 31, 2013. Open to Canadian residents of legal age in the following areas: Greater Toronto Area (cable 10/63), Barrie, Orillia (cable 10), Borden/Alliston (digital cable 65), Midland, Collingwood, Grey County (cable 53),London, St.Thomas, Strathroy-Caradoc,Tillsonburg and Woodstock (cable 13), Waterloo Region, Guelph, Brantford & Stratford (cable 20). To enter, submit the passcode that will appear on screen during any of Marlies or OHL games on Rogers TV at 5 prizes to be won, each valued at $1,500 and consisting of a trip for two to Ottawa to attend the Battle of Ontario NHL Hockey Game (Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Ottawa Senators) on April 20, 2013. Odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries.  Correct answer to mathematical skill-testing question required to be a winner. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. See full Contest Rules for details at

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