Spirit, WNEM TV5 Plus enter TV Rebroadcast agreement

Saginaw Spirit Rewind airs Saturdays and Sundays at 8:00 p.m. 

The Saginaw Spirit announced Monday they have partnered with WNEM TV5, Mid-Michigan’s CBS affiliate, to show rebroadcasts of full length regular season and playoff games on Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. on ENEM-TV, WNEM-TV5 Plus channel 5.2.


“The Saginaw Spirit has been partners with WNEM TV5 since the inception of the franchise and we are proud that their station will be the new home of Saginaw Spirit Hockey.” said President and Managing Partner Craig Goslin. “I would like to thank Julie Zoumbaris, Karin Movesian, Ken Frierson, Kelly Campbell, and Scot Johnson for their tireless work and helping bring this to fruition.”


The broadcast, coined “Saginaw Spirit Rewind” will show 52-full length broadcasts, some edited for time, on the newly rebranded WNEM-TV5 Plus, which can be found on channel 5.2 on antenna, channel 199 on Charter Spectrum cable, and channel 4 on Comcast Xfinity.


“We are proud to call WNEM-TV5 Plus, the new home for Saginaw Spirit Hockey,” said Julie Zoumbaris, Vice President and General Manager WNEM-TV. “We are excited to showcase our hometown team, and bring our viewers coverage of the best games of the week, Saturday and Sunday nights in Primetime.”


The first “Saginaw Spirit Rewind” broadcast will air on Saturday, September 22 with the rebroadcast of the improvable “Miracle on Johnston Street” when the Spirit erased a six-goal deficit en route to a 7-6 overtime win over the Sarnia Sting on December 2nd, 2017.


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