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5:00pm ET- NHL Hockey Central Preview
Host Jeff Marek previews that night's hockey action with the latest news and analysis from Sportsnet analysts and insiders.
6:00pm- NHL Special : The Game Starts Here
Hockey has become a 24/7 - 365 days a year commitment. Sportsnet goes behind the scenes to hear stories from current and former NHL players to see how far the game has evolved through fitness, nutrition and equipment.
6:30pm- Hockey Central Saturday
7:00pm- Pittsburgh Penguins at Toronto Maple Leafs
10:00pm- NHL Tonight
NEW YORK (October 8, 2014) – With today’s start of the 2014-15 NHL season, NHL Network™-U.S., Where the NHL Gets Hockey™, announced today the launch of its programming lineup for the new season.
New to the Network for U.S. fans this season is the addition of a suite of NHL programs from Rogers Communications. NHL Network-U.S. will simulcast the popular midday hockey panel HOCKEY CENTRAL at Noon featuring Daren Millard, Nick Kypreos and Doug MacLean. Each weekday from Noon-1 p.m. ET, the group discusses and dissects the latest news and information from around the League
Hockey is back and so is NHL Live, which kicks off another season Monday at 5 p.m. ET from the NHL Powered by Reebok Store in New York City.
NHL training camps are under way, and Steve Mears and EJ Hradek will commence their daily season previews with a look at the Pittsburgh Penguins and Chicago Blackhawks. NHL Network insider Darren Dreger also joins the show with the latest news from around the League, including the status of unsigned restricted free agents.
The Anaheim Ducks are among the projected top contenders for the Stanley Cup. NHL Live welcomes coach Bruce Boudreau to discuss what's ahead for a recalibrated Ducks team that bulked up at center with the addition of Ryan Kesler.
Remember to submit your #AskEJ questions all season long to @NHLNetwork or @EJHradek_NHL, and join the conversation on Twitter as we ask your opinion on some hot topics around the NHL.
NEW YORK / TORONTO (September 18, 2014) – NHL Network™-U.S. will begin its 2014-15 preseason broadcast schedule with the Buffalo Sabres-Washington Capitals game on Sunday, Sept. 21, at 5:00 p.m. ET. Highlighted by rivalries, doubleheaders, player debuts, the Sept. 24 2014 Kraft Hockeyville game featuring the Arizona Coyotes and Calgary Flames in Sylvan Lake, Alta., and the Oct. 4 Colorado Avalanche-Los Angeles Kings matchup at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, NHL Network-U.S. will carry 22 live preseason game broadcasts heading into the 2014-15 regular season.
NEW YORK (March 4, 2014) – The NHL’s media platforms will offer fans the most comprehensive coverage of the 2014 NHL Trade Deadline. From now through the 3 p.m. ET deadline on Wednesday, March 5, NHL Network™, NHL.com and NHL Social will provide breaking news, exclusive interviews, insider information and official player transactions during one of the most anticipated dates on the NHL calendar.
I have not seen anything official about NHL Network US coverage of Wednesday's trade deadline day, but looking at their website the schedule for 8:00am - 6:00pm ET is this...
Trade Deadline Day Coverage: Tradecentre
Full day of coverage surrounding the NHL Trade Deadline.
Seeing the word Tradecentre could also tell us it is going to be the TSN coverage.
If I see anything official I will post it as soon as possible.
NEW YORK (February 11, 2014) – NHL Network will air a new half-hour live program during the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, the National Hockey League announced today. From Feb. 12 through Feb. 23, NHL Tonight: 2014 Sochi Edition presented by McDonald’s will chronicle the men’s Olympic ice hockey tournament through interviews, game analysis, news and highlights.
Hosted by Kathryn Tappen live from Sochi, NHL Tonight: 2014 Sochi Edition will bring viewers the latest in the men's Olympic hockey competition. Joining Tappen from NHL Network's studio in Toronto will be co-hosts EJ Hradek and Mark Roe and analysts Mike Johnson, Jamie McLennan and Kevin Weekes.
from Steve Lepore at Awful Announcing,
Every year, hockey fans have complained about the network's weak aesthetic look, lack of substantial analysis, poor coverage of huge news stories (i.e. the entire NHL lockout) and overall dearth of original ideas. If I'm flipping around channels, I would probably rather click on NFL Network, MLB Network or NBA TV. And I'm someone who would rather watch bad hockey television than good anything else. This is a problem.
In the spirit of Festivus, I figured the end of the year might be an appropriate time to air some of the grievances that I and many hockey fans league-wide have with the league's in-house network, and perhaps some ideas that can be used to fix them.
1. NHL ON THE FLY AND NHL TONIGHT, THE NETWORK'S FLAGSHIP SHOWS, ARE BOTH WEAK
MLB Network's MLB Tonight is probably the best "live look-in" style show, in part because they mix in the chatter with getting you live to the actual important moments that the average fan would want to see. Despite not being in the vein of NFL Red Zone, they still will have you watching the key moments when you want to see them. Potential no hitters, bases loaded situations, even just showing you the end of games.
NEW YORK / TORONTO (Dec. 16, 2013) – NHL Network, NHL.com and NHL Social’s programming plans for the 2014 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic® between the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs on Jan. 1 will include special content provided by hockey fans.
NEW YORK/TORONTO (April 1, 2013) – With only two days left before the 2013 NHL Trade Deadline, one of the most-anticipated dates on the NHL® calendar, a flurry of activity already has taken place, delivering new addresses for some of the NHL’s biggest stars and putting more players’ futures into question.
Fans can follow all the action from around the NHL leading up to Wednesday’s 3:00 p.m. ET deadline through the 2013 NHL Trade Deadline™ Day Presented by BlackBerry® – the official League programming covering the Trade Deadline. With seamless coverage across NHL Network, NHL.com, the NHL’s various social media platforms and mobile web, fans can stay in the know anytime, anywhere, through the medium of their choice.
Beginning at 8 a.m. ET, NHL Network-U.S. will simulcast TSN’s 10-hour flagship show, TradeCentre ’13, featuring every trade and every team covered from all angles. Host James Duthie leads TSN’s TradeCentre ’13 team of hockey analysts, Insiders, former NHL players, coaches, and general managers, reporters and correspondents through a full day of hockey talk – with breaking news and instant analysis of each transaction, along with interviews with players, coaches, and GMs. TSN’s correspondents are also with NHL teams around the League to file live reports and deliver instant reaction for each trade.
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