SB Media Day Moves To Primetime Delta, Sounders Renew Partnership L.A. Approves Contract For Olympics Bid MLB To Hold Draft On June 9 "Concussion" Trailer Still Has People Talking Lynch Hawks Skittles On Evine Live Packers WRs To Endorse Associated Bank Churchill Downs Upgrading Premium Seating ESPN Licenses X Games Oslo For February Braves Assure Fans Of New Ballpark Safety
NHL's Collins Says Rogers Deal Shows "Strength Of The League"
Published November 26, 2013
WANT MORE GREAT STORIES LIKE THIS?
CLICK ON ONE OF THESE BUTTONS
The deal with Rogers will change the way the league operates the NHL Network. The NHL’s current partners on the network are Insight Media – owned in part by MLSE Chair Larry Tanenbaum – and TSN, its outgoing broadcast rights-holder after this season. NHL Network utilizes TSN studios and some of its talent. Over the next few months, the league will look to transition into a partnership with Rogers and Sportsnet and consider other ways to upgrade the performance of NHL Network.