"SportsCentre" is a sports news program airing on the Canadian network TSN. TSN's flagship program, it airs several times daily and was known as "SportsDesk" until 2001.

The show also appears on sister network CTV after its Sunday NFL broadcasts and serves as a recap show of the day's action.

On September 25, 2006, SportsCentre began broadcasting in High Definition (HD), and TSN has announced hopes to have all reports from its bureaus in HD in the near future. [ [ TSN - Canada's Sports Leader ] ]

"SportsDesk's" re-branding came after the American sports network ESPN acquired a share of TSN. As a result, "SportsCentre's" graphics and format are identical to ESPN's own flagship program, "SportsCenter", with one obvious difference being that TSN's version of the program uses Canadian spelling. As a result of the rebranding, many ESPN personalities will appear on "Sportscentre" for short segments including John Clayton as an NFL insider and Chris Berman for the "2 Minute Drill".

Current "SportsCentre" anchors

* Darren Dutchyshen (1995–present)
* Jennifer Hedger (2002–present)
* Holly Horton (2004–present)
* Bryan Mudryk (2005–present)
* Jay Onrait (2002–present)
* Dan O'Toole (2003–present)
* Rod Smith (1995–present)
* Cory Woron (2000–present)

Former "SportsCentre" anchors

* David Amber
* Rod Black
* Lisa Bowes
* Brendan Connor (1992–1998?)
* James Duthie
* Mark Jones
* Suneel Joshi
* Teresa Kruze (1986–2000)
* Farhan Lalji (1997–2000)
* Michael Landsberg (1984–1997)
* Diana McDonald (1984–1988?)
* Dan Pollard
* David Pratt (1997–2000)
* Blake Price (2001–2004, 2006)
* Bob Pronyk
* Dave Randorf
* Vic Rauter
* Paul Romanuk
* Gino Reda (1988–2001)
* Mike Toth
* Jim Van Horne (1984–2001)
* John Wells (1984–1987?)


External links

* [ Official Site]

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