CSN Channel locations for Wednesday, April 6

CSN Channel locations for Wednesday, April 6

CHANNEL LISTINGSLOCATIONS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6

Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
3:30pm Giants @ San Diego Padres (with 3p Pregame & 6:30p Postgame)
7:30pm Warriors vs. LA Lakers(with 7p Pregame & 10p Postgame)

Comcast Cable channel 40 (SD), 720 (HD)
AT&T U-Verse channel 770 (SD), 1770 (HD)
Dish Network channel 419 (SDHD)
DirecTV channel 696 (SDHD)

Comcast SportsNet California
5:30pm - Kings @ San Antonio Spurs

Comcast Cable (SacramentoCentral Valley) channel 34 (SD)
Comcast Cable (Bay Area) NA
AT&T U-Verse channel 767 (SD)
Dish Network channel 409 (SD)DirecTV channel 698 (SD)

Availability pending NBA territory restrictions; Cable systems in Non-Kings territory will receive As-Blue Jays & Sharks-Ducks in full on CSNCA main channel
CSN California Plus
4:00pm As @ Toronto Blue Jays(with 3:30pm Pregame)

Comcast Cable (in the Bay Area) channel 41 (SD), 721 (HD)
Comcast Cable (SacramentoCentral Valley) Comcast Hometown Network channel 104 (SD), 780 (HD)
AT&T U-Verse channel 768 (SD), 1768 (HD)
Dish Network channel 474 (SD), 9519 (HD)
DirecTV channel 699 (SD),699-1 (HD)
Mediacom channel 20 (SD only)

7:00pm Sharks @ Anaheim Ducks(with 9:30pm Postgame)

Comcast Cable (in the Bay Area) channel 41 (SD), 721 (HD)
Comcast Cable (SacramentoCentral Valley) 410 (SD), 780 (HD)
AT&T U-Verse channel 771 (SD), 1771 (HD)
Dish Network channel 447 (SD), 9518 (HD)
DirecTV channel 697 (SD),697-1 (HD)

Cable systems in Non-Kings territory will receive As-Blue Jays & Sharks-Ducks in full on CSNCA main channel

49ers freeze ticket prices for 2017, 2018 seasons

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49ers freeze ticket prices for 2017, 2018 seasons

The 49ers on Tuesday informed season ticket holders that ticket prices will not increase for the 2017 and 2018 seasons. 

"We are announcing that 49ers season ticket pricing will be frozen through the 2018 season," the team wrote in an email to its season ticket holder. "Invoices for your 2017 season tickets will be made available to view and pay online in the coming weeks, including the option to enroll in a multi-month payment plan."

"Thank you for your valued and continued support as a 49ers Season Ticket Member. We look forward to serving you this season!"

The 49ers will enter the 2017 season with a new general manager and head coach after firing both Trent Baalke and Chip Kelly following their 2-14 2016 season.

Sharks trade Tommy Wingels to Senators

Sharks trade Tommy Wingels to Senators

Tommy Wingels has been traded to the Ottawa Senators for a pair of depth forwards and a seventh round draft pick in 2017, the Sharks announced on Tuesday.

Buddy Robinson and Zack Stortini, both right wings, will be assigned to the AHL Barracuda.

Robinson, 25, has 12 points (7g, 5a) in 33 AHL games with Binghamton. In seven career NHL games with Ottawa, the six-foot-six, 230-pound New Jersey native has one goal and one assist.

Stortini, 31, has three points (2g, 1a) in 22 games for Binghamton this season. The six-foot-two, 220-pound Ontario native has appeared in 257 career NHL games with Edmonton and Nashville, posting 41 points (14g, 27a) and 718 penalty minutes.

The move clears the way for the Sharks to activate injured forward Tomas Hertl, who is day-to-day with a right knee injury that required surgery in mid-November.

According to a source, there is a very good chance Hertl returns to the Sharks on Thursday against the Oilers.

San Jose will retain 30 percent of Wingels’ $2.475 million salary, according to the Senators, which comes out to $742,500.

Wingels, 28, posted 122 points (51g, 71a) and 197 penalty minutes in 337 career games with San Jose over parts of seven seasons. He was originally drafted by the Sharks in the sixth round of the 2008 NHL Entry Draft.

He is the second player that has essentially been pushed off of the Sharks’ roster as they incorporate younger players like Kevin Labanc and Timo Meier into the fold. Matt Nieto was waived in early January, and claimed by the Avalanche on Jan. 5.

"Tommy has been a valuable member of our franchise for many years, a phenomenal teammate and a true role model on and off the ice for our organization and the NHL," general manager Doug Wilson said in a statement. "As a team evolves and younger players push for roster spots, unfortunately tough decisions have to be made. We wish Tommy and his wife, Molly, nothing but success in the future.

"We also want to welcome Buddy and Zach to our organization. They add size and depth to our reserve list and we look forward to having them in San Jose.”