NHL Reaches Broadcast Deal With TNT, TBS

TORONTO, CANADA, 17. JULY: National Hockey LeagueLogo of NHL club on the screen. Stenley Cup Trophy Silhouette.

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The NHL and Turner Sports have reached an agreement on a new broadcasting deal for the league.

On Tuesday, the league announced that the deal will bring NHL games to TNT and TBS — adding to the networks’ already loaded sports and entertainment lineup.

The NHL will have regular-season, Stanley Cup Playoff and Stanley Cup Final games televised on TNT and TBS starting next season and running through 2027-28, according to a release.

With the deal, Turner Sports joins Walt Disney Co. and ESPN as the NHL’s national media rights partners.

From the release:

As part of the agreement, Turner Sports’ networks will televise the NHL Winter Classic, the League’s annual New Year’s Day outdoor game, in all seven seasons of the deal. They will show all games in the Stanley Cup Final in 2023, 2025 and 2027, one conference final series each season and half of the first two rounds of the playoffs along with 72 regular-season games per season.

The Stanley Cup Final, meanwhile, will air on ABC.

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