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NHL Network to re-air analysts' top games

Thursday, 07.12.2012 / 3:52 PM / NHL Network

NHL Network analysts have selected their favorite games of the 2011-12 regular season, and now those contests will all be re-aired this Saturday as part of the NHL Network Fan Vote: Experts' Picks.

Beginning at 8 a.m. ET, Mike Johnson, E.J. Hradek, Craig Button and Dan Rosen will provide fans with their favorite games of last season, including the 2012 NHL Bridgestone Winter Classic in Philadelphia and Sam Gagner's unforgettable eight-point night in Edmonton.

Here are the games that will be shown Saturday:

1 -- Oct. 27, 2011: Winnipeg 9, Philadelphia 8 (8 a.m. ET) -- Mike Johnson

In what was likely the wildest game of the season, the Jets and Flyers combined to score 17 goals at the Wells Fargo Center. Winnipeg captain Andrew Ladd won it for his club when he broke an 8-8 tie with just 1:06 remaining in regulation.


NHLN-US set for HHOF inductee coverage Tuesday

Monday, 06.25.2012 / 2:12 PM / NHL Network


NEW YORK -- NHL Network U.S. will simulcast TSN2's live coverage of the 2012 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee Announcement on Tuesday, June 26 at 3:00 p.m. ET.

The 2012 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee Announcement will be made by Bill Hay, Hockey Hall of Fame CEO and Chairman of the Board, along with Co-Chairs of the Hockey Hall of Fame Selection Committee Jim Gregory and Pat Quinn.

Some of the first-year eligible players for the Hockey Hall of Fame include Joe Sakic, Brendan Shanahan, Mats Sundin, Jeremy Roenick, Curtis Joseph, Gary Roberts and Claude Lemieux.


'Inside the Cup' set for Sunday night debut on NHLN

Saturday, 06.02.2012 / 3:46 PM / NHL Network


NHL Network will offer a unique opportunity to see the Stanley Cup Final like never before with Inside the Cup, a new show debuting Sunday night (8 p.m. ET).

The show, from NHL Original Productions, will feature exclusive access to tell the story of the Los Angeles Kings and New Jersey Devils on their journey to the Cup Final and their battle to capture the hardest trophy to win in all of sports.

Inside the Cup weaves unique footage and audio from players who are mic’d up during games to show how two teams beat the odds and earned their spot in the Final, as the Devils pursue their fourth title in 18 years and the Kings try to claim the Cup for the first time in franchise history.


Devils-Kings Pre-Series Media Day set for Tuesday

Monday, 05.28.2012 / 6:53 PM / NHL Network


The Stanley Cup Final series between the New Jersey Devils and the Los Angeles Kings officially kicks off Tuesday afternoon with the 2012 Stanley Cup Final, Pre-Series Media Day at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J.

Both teams will be on hand Tuesday for a final practice before Game 1 on Wednesday (8 p.m. ET, NBC, CBC, RDS) and the NHL Network and NHL.com have all the action covered.

The NHL Network will have a three-hour live show Tuesday from 1-4 p.m. ET, covering the media availability of both teams. The coverage will be anchored by Kathryn Tappen, Barry Melrose, Doug Weight, Darren Pang, Kevin Weekes and E.J. Hradek. Correspondent Joe Micheletti will cover the practice session of the New Jersey Devils, which begins at 11 a.m. Steve Mears, meanwhile, will cover the practice session of the Kings, which begins at 12 p.m.


NHLN, NHL.com unveil Playoff Schedule 1 PM ET Sun.

Saturday, 04.07.2012 / 7:41 PM / NHL Network


Hockey fans can tune into the NHL Network on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET as the League unveils the schedule for the first round of the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The show also will be streamed on NHL.com and will be available on the NHL Network in Canada.

Host Brian Duff and analysts Paul Maurice, E.J. Hradek and Jamie McLennan will provide fans a first look at everything they need to know about the opening round of the playoffs, including how and when to tune in to every game.


Lombardi outlines Kings' improvement on 'NHL Hour'

Thursday, 04.05.2012 / 7:47 PM / NHL Network


When general manager Dean Lombardi thinks about all the Los Angeles Kings could become, his mind only needs to wander down the hall at the Staples Center to the offices of another franchise that shares the arena with his hockey team.

"Being in Los Angeles, to really capture this market you have to win. And you can say that about a lot of markets, but in L.A. I think it's particularly so. I mean, right down the hall is the Lakers, and there's so much you can learn from them and see how a team can completely capture a city," Lombardi said while appearing as a guest on Thursday's "NHL Hour with Commissioner Gary Bettman."

"The one thing I noticed when I first got here was there is an incredibly loyal group of fans. They haven't won a Cup in 44 years, haven't won a division title in 20 years -- and it's amazing how these people still stick by this team."


NHL Network has full coverage of season's last days

Thursday, 04.05.2012 / 3:56 PM / NHL Network


As the regular season winds down and the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs approach, NHL Network U.S. and NHL.com are setting the stage with a slate of special programming over the next four days, including a preview show analyzing the first round of the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The Florida Panthers and Washington Capitals will battle for playoff positioning and a Southeast Division title on Thursday night at 7 p.m. ET on NHL Network U.S. Florida needs one point tonight to clinch the division and its first playoff berth in 12 years, but if Washington wins in regulation, first place in the Southeast will be decided Saturday, the final day of the regular season.

On Friday at 6 p.m. ET, the Hobey Baker Memorial Award Ceremony will air as part of the Cisco NHL Live show. The 2012 Hobey Baker Memorial Award, honoring college hockey’s top player, will be given out at a ceremony hosted by the Tampa Bay Lightning at the MacDill Air Force Base. This year’s finalists are Spencer Abbott, senior forward from the University of Maine; Jack Connolly, senior forward from the University of Minnesota-Duluth and Austin Smith, senior forward from Colgate University.


Los Angeles Kings President & General Manager Dean Lombardi is today's guest on 'NHL Hour with Commissioner Gary Bettman'

Thursday, 04.05.2012 / 2:34 PM / NHL Network


NEW YORK – Dean Lombardi, President and General Manager of the Los Angeles Kings, will be today's guest on NHL Hour With Commissioner Gary Bettman. The show, which encourages fans to call in with questions, airs Thursdays on NHL Network, NHL.com and on Sirius XM Radio at 6 p.m. ET.

Lombardi, whose Kings were 10th in the Western Conference on March 18 and eighth a week ago, now are third in the West as Pacific Division leaders. Los Angeles opens a critical season-ending home-and-home series against the San Jose Sharks tonight; a point gained by the Kings in the contest would clinch a playoff spot. The Kings would also clinch a playoff spot tonight if Dallas loses at Nashville in any fashion.

NHL Hour with Commissioner Gary Bettman broadcasts live on Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET on NHL Network, NHL.com and NHL Home Ice (channel 92 on XM and channel 207 on Sirius Premier). The show will re-air on Sirius XM Radio, with archived shows available for download via podcast on NHL.com.


NHL Network to air Panthers-Caps showdown on Thursday

Wednesday, 04.04.2012 / 9:30 PM / NHL Network

The Florida Panthers haven't made the playoffs since 2000, and they've never won a division title since entering the NHL in 1993. The NHL Network will be on hand Thursday to see if the Panthers can end both of those droughts.

Florida visits Washington in one of 14 games on the schedule. The Panthers can lock up their first division title with a point against the Caps, who could have put more heat on Florida but lost 4-2 at Tampa Bay on Monday. The Panthers missed a chance to lock up the crown but couldn't hold a 3-0 lead against Winnipeg on Tuesday; they settled for one point in a 5-4 overtime loss.

The NHL Network will air the game in the United States, beginning at 7 p.m. ET.


NHL Network doubleheader highlights hectic Saturday

Friday, 03.30.2012 / 9:25 PM / NHL Network


The next-to-last Saturday of the NHL's regular season features 12 games, including a pair available to U.S. viewers on the NHL Network.

In the opener, the Philadelphia Flyers host the Ottawa Senators at 1 p.m. ET. The Flyers, coming off a 7-1 win at Toronto on Thursday, are chasing Pittsburgh for fourth place and the final home-ice playoff spot in the East. Seventh-place Ottawa has been off since winning 6-4 at Winnipeg on Monday. Canadian viewers won't be left out -- they can see the game on RDS2 and CBC.

Also at 1, Boston begins a weekend in the New York metropolitan area with a visit to the Islanders.

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