NHL Network

NHL Network

Come on ATT add the best network around the NHL Network. Us San Jose Sharks fans would like the channel added or at least be available in our area.

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Sorry Charlie. Outta luck Chuck.
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The majority of NHL games are carried by your RSN or NBCSN.  To find out which local teams are available put your zip code here and it will tell you which professional sports teams are available.  For out of market games, you can get a ROKU and hook it up to your TV and order NHL Game Center

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Another vote to bring it back. Games carried by NHL Network are blacked out on NHL Game Center as well so the need for the channel is there even with our local RSN's and NBCSN proving games already. I hope to see it back one day, 35 cents per sub isn't nearly as bad as some other channels.

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The problem is uverse wants to carry it on the u450 tier, the nhl network wants it carried on a lower tier such as u300 like nba tv and the mlb network are. Sometimes these standoffs can take years to settle, nfl network was not carried by time warner for years until they reached an agreement.

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You must be kidding by saying the 'majority' of NHL games are carried by one's RSN or NBCSN.
I get 82 Stars games and about 50 or so NBCSN or NBC games.
My beloved Bruins? Maybe 8-10 games total.
There are 1,230 NHL games in a season. Do tha math. 

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ckelly1313 wrote:

You must be kidding by saying the 'majority' of NHL games are carried by one's RSN or NBCSN.
I get 82 Stars games and about 50 or so NBCSN or NBC games.
My beloved Bruins? Maybe 8-10 games total.
There are 1,230 NHL games in a season. Do tha math. 


Looking over the Bruins' remaining schedule I only see 4 more games out of their remaining 32 that are airing on the NHL network and all 4 of those are on NESN if that is your local RSN.

 

Not only that but I count 7 total games on NBC or NBCSN, so you actually will see the Bruins on NBCSN more than you will/would on the NHL network.

 

http://msn.foxsports.com/nhl/team/Boston-Bruins/schedule/66300?q=Boston-Bruins

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ckelly1313 wrote:

You must be kidding by saying the 'majority' of NHL games are carried by one's RSN or NBCSN.
I get 82 Stars games and about 50 or so NBCSN or NBC games.
My beloved Bruins? Maybe 8-10 games total.
There are 1,230 NHL games in a season. Do tha math. 


Since you live in the Stars area then that is what you are going to have for your RSN (Fox Sports SouthWest). If you want out of area games you will need to subscribe to NHL Center Ice through something like ROKU.  Even if UVerse had the NHL Network, you would still need Center Ice to see games other than the Stars.

” Auto racing, bull fighting, and mountain climbing are the only real sports … all others are games.”- Ernest Hemingway
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ckelly1313 wrote:


There are 1,230 NHL games in a season. Do tha math. 


Those 1,230 games are not broadcast on the NHL Network.

 

By the way, there are 90 games on NBCSN and 13 games on your local NBC affiliate.

 

http://www.nbcsports.com/hockey/nhl/nbc-sports-groups-2013-14-nhl-tv-schedule

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