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Free agent, HHOF coverage Tuesday on NHL Network

Tuesday, 06.28.2011 / 12:33 PM / NHL Network

With the start of the 2011 NHL free agent signing period at noon ET on Friday, NHL Network is continuing its extensive coverage of who the big names are and where they could wind up with NHL Live daily from 4-6 ET as well as NHL On The Fly at 6 ET.

Tuesday's NHL On The Fly will also include a discussion of the 2011 Hockey Hall of Fame inductees, who are being announced Tuesday at 3 p.m. Coverage of the HHOF Inductee Announcement can also be seen live on NHL Network.

In addition to coverage of the HHOF Inductee announcement, Tuesday's NHL On The Fly will feature in-depth analysis of impending free agents who have been locked up such as Brooks Laich and Pascal Dupuis, as well as a preview of the remaining players who will hit the free agent market this Friday.

NHL Network presents: Game 1: Caps vs. Rangers

Monday, 06.27.2011 / 5:20 PM / NHL Network

All summer long, NHL Network will be replaying the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs -- from every jaw-dropping goal to every highlight-reel save to every crushing defeat.

Each game of the postseason -- spanning the more than two-month period from the opening round to Boston's Game 7 clincher of the Stanley Cup Final -- will be shown on the Network throughout the offseason.

Fans can tune in at 8 p.m. ET nightly for a different game -- and different chance to re-live history. A complete program schedule can be found on

Looking to make a strong start in the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs after 2010's first round disappointment against eighth-seeded Montreal in seven games, the Eastern Conference-best Capitals turned to rookie goaltender Michal Neuvirth in Game 1 of their quarterfinal series against the New York Rangers

NHLN-U.S. to air HHOF inductee announcement

Monday, 06.27.2011 / 2:50 PM / NHL Network

After wrapping up a successful 2010-11 NHL campaign, the NHL Network team is continuing its live programming momentum with special coverage of the 2011 Hockey Hall of Fame inductee announcement on Tuesday.

NHL Network U.S. will air TSN's coverage of the 2011 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee announcement at 3:00 p.m. ET. Bill Hay, HHOF CEO and Chairman of the Board, and Jim Gregory and Pat Quinn, Co-Chairs of the HHOF Selection Committee, will make the live announcement.

NHL Network replaying entire 2011 postseason

Monday, 06.27.2011 / 2:48 PM / NHL Network

History was made. Now it's time for fans to re-live every shot, save and overtime winner one more time.

All summer long, NHL Network will be replaying the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs -- from every jaw-dropping goal to every highlight-reel save to every crushing defeat.

Each game of the postseason -- spanning the more than two-month period from the opening round to Boston's Game 7 clincher of the Stanley Cup Final -- will be shown on the Network throughout the offseason.

NHL Network has HHOF announcement, free agency

Monday, 06.27.2011 / 10:19 AM / NHL Network

It's a big week coming up for potential inductees to the Hockey Hall of Fame and free agents waiting for the July 1 signing period to start, and NHL Network is once again the place to tune in for all your coverage of these exciting events.

In the U.S., NHL Network will carry the Hockey Hall of Fame inductee announcement live Tuesday at 3 p.m. ET. The program will be rebroadcast twice later in the evening beginning at 8 p.m., and again the following morning beginning at 11 a.m.

Oilers set to kick off Day 2, 11 AM ET on NHL Network

Saturday, 06.25.2011 / 1:24 AM / NHL Network

The first round of the NHL Entry Draft gets most of the attention. Rounds 2 through 7 give teams a chance to turn a good draft into a great one.

With 30 players off the board after Friday night's first round, NHL general managers will grab a few hours of sleep and be back at the Xcel Energy Center on Saturday morning for the final six rounds (11 a.m., NHL Network, streaming on The Edmonton Oilers, who started the first round by taking Red Deer center Ryan Nugent-Hopkins No. 1, will again be on clock for the first pick of the second round.

Among the players the Oilers will have to choose from are Ty Rattie, a forward with Portland of the Western Hockey League who at No. 17 is NHL Central Scouting's highest-rated North American skater still on the board. Central Scouting's next three North Americans -- Oshawa center Boone Jenner, Saginaw forward Brandon Saad and Saint John forward Tomas Jurco -- are also available. The top-ranked North American defenseman still on the board is Scott Mayfield, who plays for Youngstown of the USHL; he's 24th.

NHL Network, & NHL Radio Provide Full Coverage of 2011 NHL Entry Draft

Tuesday, 06.21.2011 / 4:37 PM / NHL Network
NHL Network, and NHL Radio will provide comprehensive coverage of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft from Minnesota where NHL Clubs gather on Friday night to select their future star players. NHL Network will air two days of full coverage while will deploy a team of writers, reporters and videographers to cover each and every Draft selection and all the NHL news of the day.

The puck drops on NHL Network's Draft coverage on Thursday with a special edition of NHL On the Fly beginning at 6 pm. Regular OTF host Brian Duff and former NHL general manager Craig Button will share their analysis of the top players and make their first round mock Draft selections.  

NHL Network and wrap up thrilling season with full coverage of 2011 NHL Awards

NHL Network to air exclusive pre and post-Awards shows from Las Vegas

Monday, 06.20.2011 / 5:51 PM / NHL Network

NHL Network and will provide comprehensive coverage of the season's final event this week when NHL stars gather in Las Vegas for the 2011 NHL Awards.  NHL Network will carry four hours of live programming on Wednesday, June 22, while will deploy a team of writers and videographers to cover the event and each Award winner.

NHL Network's Awards coverage begins with a one-hour NHL Live at 4:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday.  The show, streamed live on, will broadcast from its Manhattan studio with NHL Insider EJ Hradek and Bill Pidto, host of NHL Overtime on VERSUS.  NHL Live will preview all of the Award finalists and make predictions about who is going to walk away with this year's hardware. The interactive show, which incorporates fans' voices from a social media and phone call perspective will also have live interviews from the Palms Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas as preparations for the 2011 Awards show gets underway.

NHL Network to air Stanley Cup victory parade

Friday, 06.17.2011 / 2:50 PM / NHL Network

NEW YORK – On Wednesday night the Boston Bruins captured their sixth Stanley Cup since joining the NHL in 1924-25 and their first championship since 1972.  With all the hard work over, it's time for the team to celebrate their Stanley Cup victory with the entire New England region. 

On Saturday, June 18, beginning at 10 a.m. ET, NHL Network™ will telecast New England Sports Network's live HD coverage of the Bruins' Stanley Cup victory parade and rally as players and team management salute their fans from TD Garden to Copley Plaza in downtown Boston.  The broadcast will be blacked out in Boston where local fans can tune in to watch the event unfold on NESN. will also stream the parade events live beginning at 10 a.m. ET.

Memorial Cup Final on NHL Network

Saturday, 05.28.2011 / 8:17 PM / NHL Network

Hockey viewers in the United States can tune in to the NHL Network on Sunday night for the final of the Memorial Cup tournament, the championship of junior hockey.

The Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors, the host team in the tournament, will face the Saint John Sea Dogs, champions of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, in a game that gets under way at 7 p.m. ET.
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