VERSUS, the cable television home of the National Hockey League, will once again air the network's new live hockey show titled "NHL Overtime" on Wednesday at 12:30 a.m. ET. The hour-long program and will air Monday through Thursday nights.
"NHL Overtime" features game highlights, recaps, expert analysis and all the hottest news and topics from the NHL, college, minor leagues and international hockey. The show will include in-studio guests as well as live post-game player interviews from around the NHL. Additionally, special longer-form features on coaches, players and influential names in hockey will also be a regular part of the show.
Each week, several new announcers and analysts will be showcased on the program, allowing for fresh perspectives and unbiased opinions. Monday's inaugural telecast featured Billy Jaffe and former NHL All-Star Bill Guerin
. The show was hosted by Bill Patrick, who will again host Tuesday night alongside Jaffe and Dave Maloney
Hockey fans can expect to see many names come through the studio in the coming weeks, such as Aaron Ward
, Ken Daneyko, Mike Millbury, Dave Maloney
and Darren McCarty
, among others.
VERSUS opened its sixth year of NHL coverage with the Pittsburgh Penguins
-Philadelphia Flyers contest on Oct. 7, which was the most-watched regular season telecast on cable since 2004 and the network's most-watched regular season in network history. Additionally, viewership for VERSUS' seven exclusive regular-season games in October are up 12 percent as compared to the same number of games last season, leading to the best opening month of the NHL season in network history.