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NHL Network U.S. showcases best of CHL with Mastercard Memorial Cup Coverage beginning May 21

Team rosters packed with NHL draft picks and 2011 Entry Draft prospects

Thursday, 05.19.2011 / 9:48 AM / NHL Network


NEW YORK – For the fourth consecutive year, NHL Network U.S. will showcase the best teams in Canadian major junior hockey as they compete for a national championship title at the 2011 MasterCard Memorial Cup tournament.  NHL Network U.S will feature a combination of live and tape delayed broadcasts throughout the 10 days of competition from the tournament's host city of Mississauga, Ontario. 

Fans will have the opportunity to see the NHL's future stars and 2011 draft picks as they take to the ice from May 19-29 at the Canadian Hockey League's pinnacle tournament.  Those teams challenging for the 2011 MasterCard Memorial Cup include Western Hockey League (WHL) champion Kootenay Ice, Ontario Hockey League (OHL) champion Owen Sound Attack and Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) champion Saint John Sea Dogs, plus the host team Mississauga St. Michael's Majors (OHL).

NHL Network hosts Conference Finals Preview Show

Thursday, 05.12.2011 / 4:16 PM / NHL Network


New York/Toronto -- NHL Network™ today announced its coverage plans for the Conference Finals round of the 2011 Stanley Cup® Playoffs, beginning with a special preview show on Friday, May 13.

NHL Network will host a one-hour NHL On The Fly: Conference Finals Preview show from 6:00 -- 7:00 p.m. ET. Host David Amber will mediate an all-goalie panel with regular contributor Kevin Weekes and special guest analyst and Chicago Blackhawks netminder Marty Turco, who also will be joining the NHL On The Fly cast throughout the Conference Finals.  

NHLN-U.S. to air Caps-Bolts game Wednesday

Tuesday, 05.03.2011 / 11:16 AM / NHL Network


NEW YORK – NHL Network U.S. will telecast Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinal series between the Washington Capitals and Tampa Bay Lightning from the St. Pete Times Forum tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. ET.*

The teams will meet tonight in Tampa in Game 3 of the series that began with two Lightning victories in Washington.

NHL Network-U.S. has Game 7 of Pens-Lightning

Wednesday, 04.27.2011 / 1:59 PM / NHL Network


Wednesday night's Game 7 between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Tampa Bay Lightning will be broadcast live nationally on NHL Network in the United States. Local blackouts will still apply in local areas, with the game being broadcast by Root Sports in Pittsburgh and Sun Sports in Tampa.

The Lightning have won their last two games in the series -- including Game 5, also at Consol Energy Center -- to draw even after facing a 3-1 deficit.

The game will also be joined in progress by Versus following the completion of Game 7 between the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens.

NHL Network-U.S. replays Sharks-Kings at 2 ET

Wednesday, 04.20.2011 / 10:21 AM / NHL Network


Hockey fans who went to bed early or just want to relive the magic of the San Jose Sharks' four-goal rally for a 6-5 overtime win over the Los Angeles Kings in Game 3 of their Western Conference quarterfinal-round series on Tuesday night can watch a replay of the game at 2 p.m. ET Wednesday on the NHL Network in the U.S.

After the Kings opened up a 4-0 lead early in the second period, the Sharks scored five of the next six goals to tie the score. Devin Setoguchi then provided the winning tally 3:09 into the extra period, giving San Jose a 2-1 lead in the best-of-7 series.

Couturier, Holik guests on Wednesday's NHL Live

Tuesday, 04.19.2011 / 8:43 PM / NHL Network


Top prospect Sean Couturier and former New Jersey Devils forward Bobby Holik will be among the guests Wednesday on NHL Live, which airs from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on NHL Network and NHL.com.

Couturier is projected by many to be a top-5 pick at the 2011 Entry Draft. The 18-year-old center has 11 points (6 goals, 5 assists) in 10 playoff games for Drummondville in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. In 58 regular-season games, the 6-foot-4 Couturier had 36 goals and 60 assists.

NHL Live is broadcast from the NHL Store Powered By Reebok in New York City.

Johnson, McKenzie part of Monday's NHL Live

Monday, 04.18.2011 / 2:17 PM / NHL Network


Los Angeles Kings defenseman Jack Johnson and TSN hockey commentator Bob McKenzie will be among the guests Monday on NHL Live, which airs at its new time -- 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. -- on NHL Network and NHL.com.

Johnson and McKenzie will join hosts Deb Placey and E.J. Hradek. Taped interviews will also air with Nashville Predators forward Jordin Tootoo and New York Rangers forward Brian Boyle.

NHL Live is broadcast from the NHL Store Powered By Reebok in New York City.

Bettman, Carlson guests on Thursday's NHL Live

Thursday, 04.14.2011 / 1:38 PM / NHL Network


NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and Washington Capitals defenseman John Carlson will be among the guests Thursday on NHL Live, which airs at its new time -- 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. -- on NHL Network and NHL.com.

Bettman and Carlson will join hosts Deb Placey and E.J. Hradek, along with former NHL players Brian Leetch and Bobby Holik.

NHL Live is broadcast from the NHL Store Powered By Reebok in New York City.

Gretzky guests on brand-new NHL Live!

Wednesday, 04.13.2011 / 9:56 AM / NHL Network


With the Stanley Cup Playoffs set to start Wednesday, Wayne Gretzky will be among the guests on NHL Live!, which debuts at its new time -- 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. -- on NHL Network and NHL.com and broadcast on XM Radio.

Hockey's all-time leading scorer will join hosts Deb Placey and E.J. Hradek, along with NHL Director of Officiating Terry Gregson, TSN's Bob McKenzie and Kitchener Rangers forward Gabriel Landeskog, who figures to be one of the first players selected in the NHL Entry Draft on June 24.

NHL Live! is broadcast from the NHL Store Powered By Reebok in New York City.

NHL Network unveils unprecedented live coverage of 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Pre-game show, live updates throughout the night

Tuesday, 04.12.2011 / 3:25 PM / NHL Network


NEW YORK –  The pucks drops tomorrow night on the 2011 Stanley Cup® Playoffs and the NHL Network™ today is unveiling multiple enhancements and programs, with a particular emphasis on live coverage before, during and after every game. 

"The NHL Network is growing and evolving to meet the demands of our fans, and provide the unique access and perspective that only a League-run network can," said Charles Coplin, executive vice president of content for the NHL.  "The enhancements we're unveiling today put the NHL Network at the epicenter of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, with coverage and analysis live as storylines and games unfold."

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