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Seventy regular-season Blackhawks game will be shown on local television, according to the schedule released by the team on Friday.

Comcast SportsNet will air 50 games and WGN will carry 20 games.

In addition, the Blackhawks have a league-high 21 broadcasts on national television.

Pat Foley and Eddie Olczyk will be back to announce for both Comcast SportsNet and WGN-TV.

Every regular-season game can be heard on WGN-radio (720-AM) with John Wiedeman and Troy Murray on the call.

From the Blackhawks:

In addition to regular-season coverage, four Blackhawks preseason games will be broadcast on Comcast Sports Net Plus (Sept. 23 at Detroit, Sept. 25 at Montreal, Oct. 1 at St. Louis and Oct. 3 vs. Dallas) and two contests will be broadcast on WGN-TV (Sept. 22 vs. Detroit and Dept. 26 vs. St. Louis). WGN Radio AM-720 will air five of the team’s preseason tilts on Sept. 22, Sept. 23, Sept. 25, Oct. 1 and Oct. 3; the Sept. 26 preseason game will be streamed live on wgnradio.com and re-air on WGN Radio AM-720 at approximately 10:30 p.m. that night.

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