The AHL All-Star Game Will Keep You From Going Nuts the Hockey-Free Day after the NHL All-Star Game

The AHL All-Star Game, unlike the NHL edition, is one of those events on the hockey calendar worth getting excited for.  MSG Plus in New York did a very cool thing last year where they aired the skills challenge and the game back-to-back on the night after the NHL All-Star Game, keeping us from going hockey-crazy for a full 24 hours.  Thank goodness.  Anyway, here are some of the stations that will be airing this year’s edition, including MSG Plus, which will have the same broadcast format (Skills and ASG back-to-back) it had last year.

Rogers Sportsnet (Canada) 
NHL Center Ice or NHL Network (U.S.)
CSN New England
CSN Philadelphia
CSN Mid-Atlantic (DC)
CSN West (SoCal Teams)  
Comcast Local (Michigan/Indiana)
MSG Plus (NY/NJ) 
FSN Pittsburgh
FSN Ohio
FSN North
FSN Midwest
FSN Arizona
NESN 
Sun Sports (FL) 
Altitude
America One
Time Warner Sports (Upstate NY)

There’ll be more details on when these networks will air the game (and skills comp.) when we get closer to it.  
 

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Steve Lepore is the Managing Editor of Puck the Media. His work has been featured in The Hockey News. Feel free to contact him at stevemlepore@gmail.com

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