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Last Monday’s seventh and deciding game between the Vancouver Canucks and the Edmonton Oilers — the last two Canadian teams in the Stanley Cup playoffs — drew an overnight, estimated, broadcast and specialty audience of 3,247,000 viewers. (Ages 2+ across Canada.) An estimated 2,027,000 watched the 9:15pm ET start, won by the Oilers, on Sportsnet

Even if you knew how it would end, you watched one more time. According to overnight estimates, 5,063,000 watched Saturday’s seventh and deciding Stanley Cup opening round game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins. The breakdown from last Saturday night’s live+ same day tally was 2,386,000 watching on Sportsnet National; 2,291,000 on

Far from a ratings breakthrough, in wins or in ratings, the Toronto Maple Leafs seem to be stalled in round two of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Sunday’s Game 3 overtime loss to the Florida Panthers drew an overnight, estimated audience of 1,507,000 CBC viewers and another 2,015,000 on Sportsnet National for a total of 3,523,000

The Toronto Maple Leafs Game 6 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning Saturday night drew 4,370,000 viewers across Canada in overnight estimates on CBC and Sportsnet National combined. The Leafs first series victory in 19 years was by far the biggest draw so far of these 2023 Stanley Cup playoffs. The Leafs and Tampa skated

Survivor keeps living up to its name in Canada. After 22 seasons, it has more No. 1 finishes than other other show this year, The long-running CBS castaway import topped the weekly #Numeris Top-30 in English Canada for the week of May 16-22 with over 1.7 million viewers. There should be an asterix, however. If