25.10.2021 – 17:36
- At least one NHL game live on Sky every day this week, including the night on Thursday Edmonton Oilers against Philadelphia Flyers and on Sunday with Vancouver Canucks against Edmonton Oilers
- NHL Saturday with Nashville Predators against New York Islanders, commented by Christoph Stadtler and three other games afterwards
- Sunday evening with the live games Carolina against Arizona and Anaheim against Montreal
- Sky reports live from the world’s best ice hockey league in the seasons 2021/22 up to and including 2024/25: around 300 live matches per season, most of them exclusively in Germany
- Be there live with Sky Q or without a long contract with Sky Ticket
Unterföhring, October 25, 2021 – Five games, five wins – the Edmonton Oilers with German superstar Leon Draisaitl got off to a perfect start to the season and confirmed their claim to belong to the extended circle of Stanley Cup contenders. Sky has been actively following the Oilers’ journey since this NHL season and has secured extensive broadcast rights to the NHL.
Sky is showing games by Leon Draisaitl with his Edmonton Oilers twice this week. The Philadelphia Flyers will play on Thursday night and the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday night.
NHL Saturday mit Nashville Predators gegen New York Islanders
The weekly highlight of the NHL includes “NHL Saturday” and “NHL Sunday” at particularly attractive live broadcast times for the European audience. On “NHL Saturday”, Sky commentator Christoph Stadtler welcomes the audience from 7.30pm on Sky Sport 2 when the Nashville Predators meet the New York Islanders. Then the Los Angeles play against the Montreal Canadiens (from 10 p.m.), the Toronto Maple Leafs play against the Detroit Red Wings (from 1 a.m.) and the Vancouver Canucks play against the Edmonton Oilers (from 4 a.m.).
German ice hockey fans can expect two more live games on Sunday evening at prime time. At 6:00 p.m., the Carolina Hurricanes and the Arizona Cowboys play against each other. And at 9 p.m. there will be a duel between the Anaheim Ducks and the Montreal Canadiens.
The NHL on Sky:
Leon Draisaitl and the best ice hockey league in the world now have a new home. Sky Deutschland has extensive broadcasting rights to the National Hockey League (NHL) and will broadcast the North American ice hockey league live in Germany, Austria, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein and South Tyrol in the seasons 2021/22 up to and including 2024/25. The new contract includes broadcasting rights across all channels.
With the live broadcast of around 300 games per season, Sky will offer its customers more NHL matches than ever before on German television in the next four seasons. This includes regular season games and the Stanley Cup playoffs, including the NHL Winter Classic, the NHL All-Star Game and all the games in the Stanley Cup Finals. In addition, Sky will regularly show NHL Saturday and NHL Sunday (formerly European NHL Game of the Week), during which games take place on the weekends with consideration for international ice hockey fans in European evenings.
With a few exceptions, the games selected by Sky will be shown exclusively on Sky in Germany. All other NHL encounters that Sky does not broadcast live will continue to be available to fans via nhl.tv. All games are broadcast with the original English commentary. In addition, selected games, which also include games from NHL Saturday and NHL Sunday as well as the Stanley Cup Playoffs, will also be accompanied by German commentary.
Be there live with Sky Q or the flexible streaming service Sky Ticket
The complete reporting from the NHL can be received with Sky Q as part of the sports package, optionally on classic linear TV or with Sky Go on the go. In addition, ice hockey fans can be there live without a long contract using the flexible streaming service Sky Ticket (skyticket.de). Simply book online and start streaming straight away. Cancel anytime.
The NHL live on Sky Sport:
In the night of Tuesday, October 26th:
1 a.m .: New York Rangers – Calgary Flames live on Sky Sport 2
In the night of Wednesday October 27th:
1 a.m .: Pittsburgh Penguins – Tampa Bay Lightning live on Sky Sport 2
In the night of Thursday, October 28th:
4:00 a.m .: Edmonton Oilers – Philadelphia Flyers live on Sky Sport 2
In the night of Friday, October 29th:
4:00 a.m .: Seattle Kraken – Minnesota Wild live on Sky Sport 1
In the night of Saturday, October 30th:
2 a.m .: Vegas Golden Knights – Anaheim Ducks live on Sky Sport 1
Saturday, October 30th:
7.30 p.m.: Nashville Predators – New York Islanders live on Sky Sport 2/7 (set to German)
10:00 p.m .: Los Angeles Kings – Montreal Canadiens live on Sky Sport 1
1 a.m .: Toronto Maple Leafs – Detroit Red Wings live on Sky Sport 1
3 a.m .: Vancouver Canucks – Edmonton Oilers live on Sky Sport 1
Sunday, October 31st:
6:00 p.m. Carolina Hurricanes – Arizona Coyotes live on Sky Sport 2
9 p.m.: Anaheim Ducks – Montreal Canadiens live on Sky Sport 2
Via Sky Germany
Sky Deutschland is one of the leading entertainment providers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The program offer consists of the best live sports, exclusive series, the latest films, diverse children’s programs, exciting documentaries and entertaining shows – many of them Sky Originals. Viewers can watch the program at home and on the go via Sky Q and Sky Ticket. The entertainment platform Sky Q offers everything from a single source: Sky and free TV channels, thousands of films and series on demand, media libraries and many other apps. With Sky Ticket, customers can stream series, films and live sports flexibly in terms of location and time, as well as on a monthly cancelable basis. Sky Deutschland, headquartered in Unterföhring near Munich, is part of the Comcast Group and belongs to Europe’s leading media and entertainment group Sky.
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