PBR Canada National Finals 2021 Live Stream TV Channel

PBR Canada National Finals 2021 Live Stream TV Channel

The in Edmonton, Alberta, with the season-culminating event, part of the elite Cup Series, debuting inside the state-of-the-art Rogers Place November 12-13 and Final November 17 - November 26. The league has announced the 20 riders that will compete for this historic $175,000 prize purse.

The 2021 Canadian Global PBR Canada Bull of the Year will be the creature competitor with the top normal score when joining his Top 3 outs from the customary season across all degrees of rivalry and his one out at the 2021 PBR Canada National Finals, introduced by Command Tubular Products, in Edmonton, Alberta, at Rogers Place November 17 - November 26.

2021 PBR Canada National Finals Viewing Info

Event Category: Bull Riding
Date: November 17 - November 26
Where: Rogers Place
Time: 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
TV Broadcast: TSN
Watch anywhere: PremiumTV

PBR Canada National Finals 2021 Live Stream

TSN is the broadcast partner for the PBR Canada National Finals 2021: Unleash the Beast, carrying the event on its TSN Sports Network with cable and you Paramount+ for online stream in the United States . Available only with a qualifying television package, the TSN Sports Network unfortunately may not be available in Canada. In this case, we recommend you check out PremiumTV.

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PBR Canada National Finals 2021 TV Channel

DateRoundTimeNetwork
November 17Round 1 and Round 210:30 AM MT TSN1
November 17Round 1 and Round 210:30 AM MT TSN3
November 17Round 1 and Round 28:00 PM MT TSN2
November 18Round 1 and Round 210:30 AM MT TSN4
November 18Round 1 and Round 210:30 AM MT TSN5
November 18Round 1 and Round 27:30 PM MT TSN2
November 24Round 3 and Championship Round11:00 AM MT TSN1
November 24Round 3 and Championship Round11:00 AM MT TSN3
November 25Round 3 and Championship Round12:00 PM MT TSN1
November 25Round 3 and Championship Round12:00 PM MT TSN3
November 25Round 3 and Championship Round9:00 PM MT TSN2
November 26Round 3 and Championship Round11:30 AM MT TSN3
November 26Round 3 and Championship Round11:30 AM MT TSN4

2021 PBR Canada National Finals Preview

A complete list of PBR Canada Champions include: Daylon Swearingen (2019 – Piffard, New York) Cody Coverchuk (2018 – Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan); Lambert (2017 and 2013); Ty Pozzobon (2016 – Merritt, British Columbia), Tanner Byrne (2015 – Prince Albert, Saskatchewan); Stetson Lawrence (2014 – Williston, North Dakota); Aaron Roy (2012, 2010 and 2008 – Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan); Tyler Thomson (2011 – Black Diamond, Alberta); Beau Hill (2009 – West Glacier, Montana); Tyler Pankewitz (2007 – Warburg, Alberta); and Scott Schiffner (2006 – Strathmore, Alberta).

Past PBR Canada National Finals event winners include: Swearingen (2019), Coverchuk (2018); Lambert (2017 and 2016); Brady Oleson (2015 – Blackfoot, Idaho); Roy (2014); Schiffner (2013); Pozzobon (2012); Dusty Ephrom (2011 – Kenossee Lake, Saskatchewan); Harve Stewart (2011- Stephenville, Texas); Mike Lee (2010 – Decatur, Texas); Guilherme Marchi (2009 – Tres Lagoas, Brazil); Jock Connolly (2008 – Charters Towers, Queensland, Australia); Vince Northrup (2007 – Davidson, Saskatchewan); and Brian Canter (2006 – Randleman, North Carolina).

PBR Canada National Finals 2021 Riders List

Dakota Buttar (Kindersley, Saskatchewan)
Cody Coverchuk (Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan)
Jordan Hansen (Okotoks, Alberta)
Zane Lambert (Ponoka, Alberta)
Lonnie West (Cadogan, Alberta)
Callum Miller (Warwick, Queensland, Australia)
Jake Gardner (Fort St John, British Columbia)
Aaron Roy (Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan)
Griffin Smeltzer (Claresholm, Alberta)
Ashton Sahli (Red Deer, Alberta)
Nick Tetz (Calgary, Alberta)
Jared Parsonage (Maple Creek, Saskatchewan)
Garret Green (Meeting Creek, Alberta)
Coy Robbins (Camrose, Alberta)
Tim Lipsett (Lumsden, Saskatchewan)
Micheal Ostashek (Edson, Alberta)
Todd Chotowetz (Major, Saskatchewan)
Tanner Eno (Coronation, Alberta)
Tyler Craig (Crossfield, Alberta)
Daylon Swearingen (Piffard, New York)