ANAHEIM, Calif. – The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim of the National Hockey League (NHL) announced today that four additional games will be broadcast this season by KDOC-TV, an over-the air station available in every home in the Los Angeles television market (via either broadcast, cable or satellite provider). The four games added will take place in the season’s final week, consecutively from April 10-15 (road games at Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and San Jose).
The Ducks originally had 69 games scheduled to be broadcast on television this season, including 60 on FSN/FSN2 and four on KCAL9. With those two networks already committed to programming in mid-April, the Ducks partnered with KDOC-TV to add the four late-season games.
“We believe it’s critical for our fans to have extensive television broadcast coverage of our games, especially late in the season during a playoff drive,” said Anaheim Arena Management President/CEO & Mighty Ducks Vice President/COO Tim Ryan. “We have great television broadcast partners in FSN/FSN2 and KCAL9, and are very pleased to add KDOC-TV as a partner to complement our schedule.”
KDOC-TV is an independent television station owned and operated by Golden Orange Broadcasting. The station went on the air in 1982, and serves the Los Angeles television market, which consists of over 5.4 million homes.
“We’re honored to be affiliated with The Mighty Ducks, and thrilled to be broadcasting the biggest games of year,” said KDOC-TV Chief Executive Officer Calvin Brack.
KDOC-TV provides various top-quality programming with a high standard of family entertainment value. Many of KDOC-TV's syndicated programs have been honored in TV Guide's annual National Viewer Survey. “Alfred Hitchcock,” "Perry Mason," and "The Twilight Zone" are all in the category of "TV Guide's All Time Best!"
The four additional games to be broadcast on KDOC-TV are listed below:
Date Opponent Time (Pacific)
Mon., Apr. 10 @ Vancouver 7:00 p.m.
Tues., Apr. 11 @ Calgary 6:00 p.m.
Thurs., Apr. 13 @ Edmonton 6:00 p.m.
Sat., Apr. 15 @ San Jose 1:00 p.m.
For Southern California viewers, find your local KDOC-TV cable/satellite channel here.