NHL Net Launching Nightly Pre-Game Show (Plus the Rest of Your NHL Net Schedule Next Week)

Starting Monday, the NHL Network is launching a live, nightly (Monday-Friday, 6PM) pre-game show titled “Verizon Wireless All-Access Pre-Game”.  We’ll look into getting some more info on this before it debuts on Monday.  Here’s the rest of your NHL Net schedule for the week.

UPDATE: Schuyler Baehman from the NHL informs us that the show will be shot in the NHL offices in New York City and be hosted by Rob Simpson.

Monday, Oct. 26
6:00
Verizon All-Access Pre-Game Show
7:00 The Off-Season: Shane O’Brien
7:30 Off the Ice: Rick Nash, Tim Thomas, Victor Hedman
8:00 NHL On The Fly

Tuesday, Oct. 27
6:00
Verizon All-Access Pre-Game Show
7:00 A Day That Changed the Game: June 5, 1967
8:00 NHL On the Fly

Wednesday, Oct. 28
6:00
Verizon All-Access Pre-Game Show
7:00 1979 Stanley Cup Film
7:30 Off the Ice: Ryan Getzlaf, Jay Bouwmeester, Milan Lucic, Colin Wilson
8:00 NHL On the Fly

Thursday, Oct. 29
6:00 Verizon All-Access Pre-Game Show
7:00 LIVE: Washington vs. Atlanta
9:30 NHL On the Fly

Friday, Oct. 30
6:00 Verizon All-Access Pre-Game Show
7:00 NCAA Hockey: Western Michigan vs. Michigan St.
9:30 NHL On the Fly

Saturday, Oct. 31
6:30 Hockey Night in Canada Pre-Game Show
7:00 LIVE: Toronto vs. Montreal
9:30 NHL On the Fly

Sunday, Nov. 1
7:00 50 Years Behind the Mask
8:00 NHL On the Fly

About these ads

About stevelepore
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

3 Responses to NHL Net Launching Nightly Pre-Game Show (Plus the Rest of Your NHL Net Schedule Next Week)

  1. leafsfan1967 says:

    To give credit where credit is due I’m SO GRATEFUL that NHL Network has dropped their intrusive crawl at the bottom of the screen. It has been nice to actually see the whole picture this week!

  2. Eric says:

    On his weekly radio show, Bettman said that he would look into having the NHL Network stick with HNIC until 10:00 on weeks that they are not carrying both games.

    He also mentioned that the reason for the switch from HNIC double-headers is that the League/Network considers “On the Fly” as its signature program and on Saturday nights at 10 there are lots of highlights from around the league that can be shown.

  3. leafsfan1967 says:

    If Bettman can get the Network to stick with HNIC until 10:00 PM that would be helpful. I’ll believe it when I see it….

    I still think showcasing the full HNIC package to an American audience is good for hockey.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 50 other followers

%d bloggers like this: