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NHL TV is a Canadian English language category 2 digital cable specialty channel devoted to hockey from the past & the present. It's main focus is on the NHL & their games, but it also airs games from other leagues, such as minor league & international hockey to fill it's schedule. The channel is owned by a consortium from the NHL & WMFL Corporation. NHL TV was launched on March 13th, 1997.

Each evening, during the regular season, the channel broadcasts their flagship show called NHL Hockey-Day LIVE, featuring instant updates & LIVE segments of games in progress

ProgramsEdit

  • NHL LIVE!: A TV Broadcast of the Fantasy Satellite Radio show NHL LIVE! on Monday-Friday from 12:00-2:00 PM ET & rebroadcast from 5:00–7:00 PM
  • The Top 10: A nightly countdown show of anything hockey, from great performances to memorable moments, some of the most dramatic events in NHL history are ranked
  • Frozen in Time: A look back @ the NHL's greatest moments from players, teams & special events
  • NHL All-Access: A behind-the-scenes look @ the NHL, featuring exclusive game coverage, interviews with players & much more
  • NHL Cool Shots: Program produced by the NHL, features a behind-the-scenes look @ NHL players & what they do when they are not playing hockey
  • NHL Hockey-Day LIVE: NHL TV's signature show that airs nightly during the regular season, features news & reports, interviews & constant updates & LIVE segments from games in progress
  • NHL Hockey-Day LIVE: Final: Airs nightly following NHL Hockey-Day LIVE, a wrap-up of the all the day's games
  • NHL Classic Series: Airs daily, a collection of highlights from games of past playoff series
  • NHL Classics: A whole game from the past

LIVE gamesEdit

  • NHL games: LIVE coverage of 40+ games throughout the season, including 4 "Fan Favourite" games

Special Event CoverageEdit

  • NHL Winter Classic: Complimentary coverage of the outdoor game held on New Year's in 2008 in Orchard Park, New York; 2009 in Chicago & 2010 in Boston
  • NHL All-Star Game: Complimentary coverage including Coach’s Round Table, Meet the Young Stars, East & West practices, All-Star media availability, Red Carpet Saturday & All-Star pre-game LIVE from the dressing rooms
  • NHL Entry Draft: Complimentary coverage of Round 1 (Friday) & LIVE exclusive coverage of Rounds 2-7 Saturday

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