Based in Edmonton, Alberta, The Pipeline Show has become one of the most well known Radio Shows in North America to cover the Canadian Hockey League, the NCAA Hockey & Minor Pro to track the best young players as they make their way to the NHL. In addition to the following these leagues, the show also covers some of the biggest events in North America including the NCAA Frozen 4 in April, the CHL Memorial Cup in May, the NHL Draft in June and the World Junior Hockey Championships around the Christmas Holidays.
In addition to these big events, other events include the RBC Cup which is the Canadian Junior A National Championships, the USHL Clark Cup Championship, the AHL Calder Cup among League Championships. Also other international events include the IIHF U18 World Championships and the U17 World Hockey Challenge
The Pipeline Show comes on twice a week from 8-10 PM on Tuesday Nights and 11 AM-1 PM on Saturdays. To listen live, click on the Team 1260 Website and be sure to listen live. If you can't listen live, go on The Pipeline Show Website, select "Media Archive" select the season you want and you can listen to a huge archive of past and recent interviews from the shows history.