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Sat, Oct 12, 2019 6:12 PM

NHL Center Ice

Direct tv no longer carries the Altitude network, so I'm unable to watch Colorado Avalanche hockey games. My question is, if I sign up for NHL Center Ice, will I be able to get the Avalanch games even though I live in Denver, or will those games be blacked out?

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a year ago


@Tamba765 wrote:

Direct tv no longer carries the Altitude network, so I'm unable to watch Colorado Avalanche hockey games. My question is, if I sign up for NHL Center Ice, will I be able to get the Avalanch games even though I live in Denver, or will those games be blacked out?


NHL Center Ice is only for games that are out-of-market. The Altitude network pulling their feed from DirecTV does not change the game from being in-market. So if the Colorado Avalanche is in-market for you then you cannot watch on the Center Ice.

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a year ago

Hi Tamba, Altitude unfortunately forced AT&T to remove its channel from your lineup. AT&T made a fair offer to keep the channel available, but Altitude rejected it.

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