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Alouettes games will continue to be broadcast on TSN690 following new multi-year partnership

Montreal – The Montreal Alouettes and TSN 690 in Montreal announced on Monday that both parties have agreed to a new multi-year partnership, ensuring that all Alouettes games will be broadcast on TSN 690 for years to come. The announcement was made live during The Morning Show, hosted by Conor McKenna, Shaun Starr and Rick Moffat, who were accompanied by Alouettes President and CEO Patrick Boivin. The all-sports station will continue to offer the exclusive radio broadcast of all Alouettes pre-season, regular season and playoff games.

“The Alouettes are extremely happy to continue this relationship with TSN 690, as the organization begins a new and promising era,” declared Alouettes President and CEO Patrick Boivin. “With a weekly show entirely dedicated to the Alouettes, weekly interviews with our players, coaches and management, as well as the broadcast of all our games, TSN 690 remains the go-to place for Alouettes fans.”

Montrealers will be able to continue listening to Alouettes games live on the radio on TSN 690, online at TSN.ca/Montreal or via the TSN GO and iHeartRadio apps. Long time Alouettes play-by-play commentator Rick Moffat will continue to call the games, as he will be joined by former Alouette Davis Sanchez, who will deliver thoughtful analysis throughout the season.

“The Montreal Alouettes are beginning an exciting new era of their history and TSN 690 is thrilled to continue to deliver extensive coverage of the team to their passionate fan base,” said Chris Bury, Program Director, TSN 690. “We’re also delighted to welcome a GREY CUP winner in Davis Sanchez to the broadcast booth, who will draw on experiences from his long CFL career to provide in-depth analysis.”

TSN 690 will continue to offer vast coverage of the Alouettes, as THE ALS THIS WEEK, a weekly show entirely devoted to the Alouettes hosted by Sean Campbell and Mitch Gallo, will return on Mondays at 7:00 p.m. The show offers reports, Alouettes player profiles and interviews throughout the season. Furthermore, Alouettes fans can listen in to Jacques Chapdelaine on The Morning Show every Tuesday mornings at 7:05 a.m, starting May 30. For his part, Alouettes General Manager Kavis Reed will chime in with Mitch Melnick every Wednesday at 4:05 p.m., starting on May 31.

Radio coverage of the Alouettes on TSN 690 complements TSN’s complete broadcast coverage of the CFL as the league’s official broadcaster. CFL ON TSN’s acclaimed team of football experts deliver breaking news and in-depth analysis on the league throughout the season.

The Alouettes kick off their pre-season calendar on June 8 in Toronto, a game which will be hear on TSN 690, who will accompany the Alouettes every step of the way this season.

About the Montreal Alouettes
Founded in 1946, the Montreal Alouettes possess a rich history. The organization has had its name inscribed seven times on the Grey Cup (1949, 1970, 1974, 1977, 2002, 2009, 2010) a trophy awarded yearly to the champion of the Canadian Football League. They play their home games at Percival Molson Memorial Stadium, on beautiful Mount Royal.

About TSN
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