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Mon, Oct 14, 2019 3:51 PM

NHL Center Ice postgame shows

I have a question that I hope either a DirecTV customer or even employee can answer.

 

One thing that frustrates me about Center Ice on Dish Network is how they sometimes don't show much of the postgame show. In particular, I like a segment called After Hours that airs after the late game on Hockey Night in Canada. Dish Network is very inconsistent about carrying the broadcast that late.

 

Can anyone tell me if DirecTV is better about this? Thanks.

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10 months ago

Hello there @KevinMV!

We'd be happy to answer your question!

At this time, NHL Center Ice provides coverage of out-of-market, regular season games, with pregame and postgame content being unavailable.

If you have any other questions for us, we're always happy to help!

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10 months ago

Okay, thanks.

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10 months ago

No worries, @KevinMV.

 

We are always here and happy to help you with any of your concerns. Feel free to reach back out to us if you have any future questions.

Thank you for being a part of AT&T, we appreciate you!


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