NEW YORK – The National Hockey League's takeover of Levi's® Stadium for the much-anticipated 2015 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ outdoor game between the San Jose Sharks and the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday, Feb. 21, will continue with on-the-ground, live coverage from NHL.com, NHL Network and NHL Social.
The NHL.com/StadiumSeries site is the official online destination for the event. Fans can watch the Levi's® Stadium rink take shape through the lens of the exclusive 2015 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ webcam, view time-lapse footage of the rink build presented by Levi's®, read features about participating players and teams, watch live coverage of team practices and pregame shows, get weather updates and much more. Postgame, NHL.com will feature highlights, analysis, blogs and feature stories. In addition, NHL.com/StadiumSeries also features a comprehensive list of reminders about stadium policies, traffic, parking, security and other helpful information for fans attending the game.
Beginning Friday, Feb. 20, NHL Network™ will give fans an inside look at all the action from Santa Clara, Calif., broadcasting live from its set located at Dignity Health Plaza on the south side of Levi's® Stadium. Kathryn Tappen will host Friday's live practice day coverage with Heidi Androl and Mark Roe reporting when the Kings and Sharks first hit the Levi's® Stadium ice with teammates and family members. Roe will take on hosting responsibilities for the Saturday, Feb. 20 pregame show from the Levi's® Stadium set with analysts Barry Melrose, Dan Bylsma, Kevin Weekes, Jamie McClennan, and Martin Biron. For a convenient list of NHL Network twitter handles, visit https://twitter.com/NHL/lists/nhl-network.
NHL Network's NHL Stadium Series™ broadcast schedule follows (all times Eastern):
|Friday, February 20
||2015 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ Sharks Practice Day coverage
||NHL On The Fly™
||2015 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ Kings Practice Day coverage
|Saturday, February 21
||2015 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series™ Pregame coverage
NHL Social Media
The NHL Social™ team will be onsite to give fans instant insight into the NHL Stadium Series on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat ('nhl') by capturing content from both the League and fans' perspectives. Fans everywhere can join the conversation by using the official hashtag #StadiumSeries.