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YouTube TV Adds Additional Channels, No NHL Network Or Game Package

Today YouTube TV added some channels people were asking about plus this...

For sports lovers in particular, we’ve got you covered: you now have access to March Madness and you can watch nationally televised NBA games, NBA All-Star weekend, NBA Playoff games, MLB Postseason games, the PGA Championship and soccer from the UEFA Champions League.

But wait, there’s more! We’re thrilled to announce that we’re soon adding NBA TV, the league’s 24-hour network, and MLB Network, Major League Baseball’s award-winning 24/7 TV network, to the YouTube TV base package. And in the coming months, you’ll also be able to watch NBA League Pass, the league’s premium out-of-market live game service, or MLB.TV, the longest running sports streaming service in the U.S., for an extra fee. Game on!

Disappointed again- No NHL Network or a game package.

I thought the NHL considerd their fan base as the most technological advanced?

I did switch to YouTube TV a few months ago after being with PS Vue (no NHL Network either) for almost two years.  YTTV is great but I am starting to think the NHL doesn't understand there are more and more cord-cutters every day.

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Topics discussed- Don Cherry with a short view on global warming, the play of Zdeno Chara, quick comments on today's Ottawa game and the Top Prospects

game.  Also discussed the head slash from James Neal, the dump in by the Winnipeg Jets, icing calls and a few other topics.

via Sportsnet,

 

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Today Is Hockey Day In Canada

Probably my favorite regular season day of the hockey season.

TORONTO (January 16, 2018) Sportsnet is heading to the west coast of Newfoundland and Labrador this Saturday to celebrate the 18thannual Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada – Canada’s biggest single-day hockey celebration. Hosted live from Corner Brook, NL, the 12.5-hour marathon broadcast features four must-see matchups with all seven of Canada’s NHL teams in action, beginning at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT on SportsnetCBCRogers NHL LIVE and Sportsnet NOW.

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Ready For Hockey Day In Canada?

TORONTO (January 16, 2018) Sportsnet is heading to the west coast of Newfoundland and Labrador this Saturday to celebrate the 18thannual Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada – Canada’s biggest single-day hockey celebration. Hosted live from Corner Brook, NL, the 12.5-hour marathon broadcast features four must-see matchups with all seven of Canada’s NHL teams in action, beginning at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT on SportsnetCBCRogers NHL LIVE and Sportsnet NOW.

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Topics discussed by Don Cherry and Ron MacLean included: Matt Barzal, Sidney Crosby, Jeff Glass, Mike Smith, Steven Stamkos and a few more items.

 

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Pierre McGuire Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer

from Kevin Allen of USA TODAY,

NBC analyst Pierre McGuire remembers the late Hall of Fame coach Pat Burns imploring him and others in the hockey coaching community to schedule regular colonoscopies. Now he will be the guy reminding coaches of the importance of prostate exams.

The announcement that McGuire has been diagnosed with prostate cancer was made before NBC Sports Network's "Wednesday Night Rivalry" game between the Minnesota Wild and Chicago Blackhawks.

“I had no symptoms at all,” McGuire, 56, told USA TODAY Sports. “If I wouldn’t have had a physical, I would have kept going and I never would have known, because nothing was bothering me.”

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Your Hockey Commentators For The Winter Olympics On NBC

STAMFORD, Conn. – January 10, 2018 – NBC Olympics today announced its team of hockey commentators for the XXIII Olympic Winter Games from PyeongChang, South Korea. Primetime coverage of the Winter Olympics begins Feb. 8, 2018, on NBC.

Kenny Albert and Gord Miller will combine to provide play-by-play commentary of the men’s hockey tournament, alongside analyst Mike Milbury. Emmy Award-winner Pierre McGuire and Brian Boucher will serve as ‘Inside-the-Glass’ analysts.

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Video- Coach’s Corner Tonight

Some of the topics discussed by Don Cherry and Ron MacLean were- Team Canada in the WJC, Cananda is the best, the play of Matt Duchene and Kadri/Thornton.  Also brought up was the play of Drew Doughty and Jeff Glass.

 

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Spinning Tales With Ron MacLean

from Keenan Sorokan of PostMedia,

Chatting with MacLean is as easy as sitting down and catching up with an old friend. He speaks with an ease that would relax the most anxious person and recounts past experiences like you were standing right beside him when it happened. With MacLean continuing his hosting duties of Roger’s Hometown Hockey in Spruce Grove last week, he was able to provide more of those timeless stories from the sport that binds this country.

Like a quick bit of trivia that hit him while watching a San Jose Sharks and Vancouver Canucks game a few weeks ago.

“The crazy six degrees of separation when we do this show,” he said of recent experiences on the show. “Every town we had just visited was represented in the game. The crazier story is that Joe Thornton is from St. Thomas (Ont.) and he’s known as Jumbo Joe. That’s a bit of homage to Jumbo The Elephant, who was killed on the train tracks in St. Thomas in 1885. Well, a week later we’re in Oakville, Ont. doing Hometown Hockey and the kid who picks the three stars for us, his great, great, great grandfather was the conductor on the train that killed Jumbo The Elephant. That’s just how it goes on that Hometown series.”

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Videos- Saturday Headlines And Coach’s Corner

both videos via Sportsnet,

Topics discussed by the Saturday Headlines crew include the asking price for Max Pacioretty, Mike Hoffman trade talk, the injury status for Filip Forsberg and Corey Crawford, the Leafa have an off-day in Vegas but staying far away from the Strip, plus more.

 

 

Main topics on Coach's Corner include Johnny Bower, a slashing penalty on Ottawa and more, watch below.

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Paul Kukla founded Kukla’s Korner in 2005 and the site has since become the must-read site on the ‘net for all the latest happenings around the NHL.

From breaking news to in-depth stories around the league, KK Hockey is updated with fresh stories all day long and will bring you the latest news as quickly as possible.

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