How to Watch the NCAAs
ESPN networks, TSN GO to carry all 15 games.

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John Buccigross and Barry Melrose will call their fifth consecutive Frozen Four (Photo by ESPN Photos).

For the 13th straight year, ESPN’s family of networks will carry every game of the 2017 NCAA Tournament, beginning Friday, March 24, and running through the championship game April 8.

In Canada, every game will be available on TSN’s streaming service, TSN GO.

Full Tournament TV Schedule

Coverage begins with the first game of the tournament, a much anticipated meeting of Boston University and North Dakota in Fargo, N.D. ESPN2 and TSN GO will have coverage of that game beginning at 3 p.m. ET on Friday.

Here are the broadcast teams covering each region:

  • East (Providence, R.I.): John Buccigross, Barry Melrose, Quint Kessenich
  • Midwest (Cincinnati, Ohio): Kevin Brown, Colby Cohen
  • Northeast (Manchester, N.H.): Allen Bestwick, Billy Jaffe
  • West (Fargo, N.D.): Clay Matvick, Sean Ritchlin

Dave Starman will offer analysis from the ESPN studios.

Four of ESPN’s analysts joined USCHO Live! Tuesday night to preview the tournament:

Listen to "USCHO Live! Season 6, Episode 20: NCAA Regionals Preview" on Spreaker.

TSN will carry ESPN’s coverage on TSN GO, which is available to TSN subscribers at TSN.ca or via mobile app.