by Patrick Hoffman on 03/11/12 at 12:25 AM ET
If you are a hockey fan, than you are probably following your favorite sport in a number of different ways.
May be you are one that watches the games on television, listens to the game on the radio, purchases the NHL Center Ice package for your family’s television, buys the NHL GameCenter Live package for your computer, or follows everything by hopping online and checking out all the hockey blogs, hockey beat writers, and so on and so forth.
Believe it or not, folks, there is another way and it is three words: NHL Home Ice.
This outlet is dedicated to hockey like no other. The hosts are not only some of the most knowledgeable hockey people out there, but they are also true fans of the game we all know and love.
The hosts work hard every single day to talk about the topics that we are all thinking about while the producers work their tails off to bring us valuable insight from general managers, coaches, players, team beat writers, hockey analysts and more every single day.
The shows themselves are also terrific. If you purchase Sirius/XM for your car, shows like Hockey This Morning, The Power Play, and Face Off will help make your commutes to and from work a heck of a lot more enjoyable and even worth the time spent in your car.
The shows in between such as the The War Room, The Point, and Breakaway provide hockey fans with great content to listen to during the work day to help get them through the long and grueling hours. These shows bring insight, valuable analysis, great guests/interviews and humor that not only makes hockey fans think about the game, but also laugh out loud as well.
Luckily for hockey fans, NHL Home Ice does not take weekends off. On Saturday, fans can catch up on what is going on in college hockey by listening to Hockey on Campus. After that, fans can listen to what is going on when it comes to NHL prospects by listening to Hockey Prospects Radio.
After Hockey Prospects Radio, fans can get back into NHL talk by listening to Hockey Unfiltered with Todd Lewis, Hockey Primetime and The Fourth Period. After that, it is nothing but NHL action as you can listen to your favorite team’s games as well as other games going on around the NHL.
Simply put, NHL Home Ice is nothing but hockey talk/action all of the time. For a hockey fan, it is the greatest thing for his or her ears.
I know that I have said this time and time again but NHL Home Ice on Sirius/XM satellite radio really is a worthy investment. Do yourselves a favor and put your stick on the ice and take a shot by picking one up as I promise that you will not be disappointed.
In the meantime, feel free to follow the channel’s hosts/producers below:
- Joe Thistel: @JoeThistel
- Mike Ross: @HomeIceRossy
- Mick Kern: @expomick
- Jamie Shalley: @shalleylama
- Josh Rimer: @JoshRimerHockey
- Aron Papernick: @Paperboy416
- Bruce Bolton: @BoltonBruiser
- Terry Mercury: @tmerc4
- Peter Berce: @pberce
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Patrick has a tremendous passion for hockey. Besides covering the Rangers and the NHL for Kukla's Korner, you can also find Patrick's work over at Sportsnet.ca, The Red Light District Hockey Blog, NHL Home Ice, and Liam Maguire's Ultimate Hockey web site.
Prior to writing for the above mentioned outlets, you could find Patrick's musings at hockey web sites/outlets such as TheHockeyNews.com, TheFourthPeriod.com, Spector's Hockey, Hokeja Vestnesis, Blueshirt Bulletin, SNYRangersBlog.com and many more.
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