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Fighting Sioux Sports Network
(FSSN)
FSSN logo
Type Cable Television Network
Country United States
Availability North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota
Owner University of North Dakota
WDAZ-TV
Midcontinent Communications
Launch date 2003
Official Website FSSN web page
Availability
Cable
Available on some cable systems Check for Local Listings

The Fighting Sioux Sports Network (or FSSN) is a local cable channel operated in Grand Forks, North Dakota by the University of North Dakota in conjunction with WDAZ-TV also of Grand Forks. The channel airs in North Dakota, Minnesota, and South Dakota on cable television provided by Midcontinent Communications as well as other cable television systems in North Dakota and Minnesota, and is also available throughout the North American continent via Free-To-Air satellite (Galaxy 26 at 93W 12031 V 4880)

Former FSSN logo used from 2003-2005

The Fighting Sioux Sports Network airs live telecasts of North Dakota Fighting Sioux athletics. The channel carries all home men's hockey games, several away hockey games, and several football and basketball games throughout the season. When not airing games, the station shows a loop of silent commercials for upcoming events at Ralph Engelstad Arena.

During the college hockey season, select games carried by FSSN are broadcast nation-wide by ESPNU and others are broadcast on WDAZ-TV.

WDAZ's sports director, Pat Sweeney, is the television voice of Fighting Sioux athletics on FSSN.

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