The NHL has extended its broadcast partnership with SiriusXM and SiriusXM Canada through to the 2028-29 season.

The platform will continue to give hockey fans across North America access to every NHL game throughout the regular season and Stanley Cup Playoffs, as well as daily coverage of the sport on SiriusXM NHL Network Radio.

“We are proud of our longstanding agreement with SiriusXM and are thrilled that it will continue,” commented David Proper, NHL Senior Executive Vice President of Media and International Strategy. 

“SiriusXM has been an important provider of the NHL and has always delivered outstanding hockey coverage around the clock to dedicated fans across the US and Canada. This renewal ensures SiriusXM listeners will never miss a moment of this exciting season and many more to come.”

The SXM App offers 32 NHL team channels, each dedicated to carrying the official radio broadcast for every team. 

The radio network will continue to cover news and events from around the league, promising to deliver game analysis, insiders and interviews with coaches, players and executives. 

Scott Greenstein, SiriusXM’s President and Chief Content Officer, added: “Hockey fans are among the most passionate sports fans, and our long-term relationship with the NHL enables us to deliver those fans across North America comprehensive access to the league, offering them live broadcasts of every game and the only 24/7 NHL channel in audio.”

Furthermore, SiriusXM NHL Network Radio will be offering listeners coverage of the 2023 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend live from Sunrise, Florida, from 2-4 February.

Additionally, for the first time, SiriusXM will produce and air the exclusive national audio broadcast of the Honda NHL All-Star Game on 4 February.

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