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The year is top-heavy with events, including the Oscars, The Super Bowl, three All-Star Games, lesser awards shows, the Daytona 500, and March Madness. SNTA put up their calendar, so here’s mine.

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NHL Winter Classic — January 2, Rangers vs Flyers, Monday, 1pm, NBC

NCAA Football National Championship — January 9, LSU vs Alabama, Monday, 8:30, ESPN

People’s Choice Awards — January 11, hosted by Kaley Cuoco, Wednesday, 9pm, CBS

Golden Globes — January 15, hosted by Ricky Gervais, Sunday, 8pm, NBC

NHL All-Star Game — January 29, Sunday, 4pm, NBC Sports

NFL Pro Bowl — January 29, Sunday, 7:30, NBC

Super Bowl — February 5, Sunday, 6:30, NBC

Grammys — February 12, Sunday, 8pm, CBS

Nascar: Daytona 500 — February 26, Sunday, Noon, FOX

NBA All-Star Game — February 26, Sunday, 7pm, TNT

Oscars — February 26, 8pm, ABC

PGA: Masters Tournament — early April, CBS and ESPN

NCAA Basketball Tournament — mid March to April

NHL Playoffs — April to early July

NBA Playoffs — May to July

Kentucky Derby — May 5, 6pm, NBC

IndyCar: Indianapolis 500 — May 27, Sunday, Noon, ABC

The Tonys — June, 2012, CBS

Tennis: Wimbeldon — mid-June to early July

Tour de France — July

MLB All-Star Game — July 10, Tuesday, 8pm, FOX

Summer Olympics — July 27 to August 12

Primetime Emmy Awards — September

MTV Video Music Awards — September

MLB Playoffs — October

Sports, 2011
Award Shows, 2011

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