Tag Archives: TNT
Report: ESPN To Broadcast Capitals-Hurricanes’ Stadium Series Game At NC State; Full National Schedule To Be Released Later This Week
Photo: WTOP According to The Athletic’s Sean Shapiro, the full United States national television schedule for the 2022-23 NHL season will be released later this week. It is expected that ESPN will broadcast the 2023 NHL Stadium Series game between … Continue reading
Despite Blunders, TNT’s Capitals-Rangers Debut Sets All-Time Record For Second Night Of NHL Season
It may not have been perfect. Well, it was far from that. TNT had significant blunders in their network debut on Wednesday, most notably talking over goals by Justin Schultz and Hendrix Lapierre (his first career NHL goal) while … Continue reading
ESPN, TNT, ABC To Broadcast 13 Capitals Games During 2021-22 Regular Season
Photo: NBC Sports ESPN and Turner Sports released their national television broadcast plans for the 2021-22 NHL season, which features 13 Washington Capitals games, on Thursday.
TNT Releases Broadcast Schedule For 2021-22 Season; Capitals-Rangers Season Opener Will Be Inaugural Game Broadcast
Photo: NHL via Getty Images Warner Media released their first-ever NHL broadcast schedule for the TNT network on Thursday. As we first reported back in August, the network will launch their NHL coverage with the Washington Capitals season opener against … Continue reading
NBC Says Goodbye To NHL Fans With Video Narrated By Doc Emrick
Their 16-year broadcast run will come to an end at the conclusion of the 2021 Stanley Cup Final between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Montreal Canadiens. NBC will bring the curtain down on their coverage of the NHL at … Continue reading
Wayne Gretzky Resigns From Edmonton Oilers, Joins TNT’s NHL Coverage
It’s been a rough week for the Edmonton Oilers and their fans. On Monday night the Oilers fell to the Winnipeg Jets, 4-3, in triple overtime, and as a result were swept by the Jets in their first round series, … Continue reading
Report: Turner Sports Gets Secondary National TV Rights For NHL In United States
Photo: Wikipedia According to John Ourand of the Sports Business Journal, Turner Sports, which owns TBS, TNT, AT&T SportsNet, and TruTV, will pay nearly $225 million per season through 2027-28 to become the NHL’s secondary national television partner in the United States.
Report: NBC Withdraws Bid To Become NHL’s Secondary U.S. TV Rights Partner; FOX Currently The Frontrunner
Photo: NBC Sports The Sports Business Journal reported on Monday that NBC has officially withdrawn their bid for the rights to become the NHL’s secondary national United States television partner.