as informed in This year was the NHL’s first All-Star Game broadcast on national TV since 2004 when ABC held the rights.
It’s not a surprise that the NHL All-Star Game took a backseat to the NFL Pro Bowl in terms of ratings last weekend.
According to NBC sports Group, the 2017 NHL All-Star Game had 2.28 million viewers across both NBC and its digital platforms, with 2.262 million of those coming from NBC alone.
The move back to broadcast clearly helped the NHL, even more so than last year’s success spurred in part by the John Scott effect that gave NBCSN their highest-ever All-Star ratings.
It’s not a surprise either that the league’s biggest markets for the game were Pittsburgh (6.1 rating) and Buffalo (5.3 rating).
as declared in It’s late, so let’s just get to the Five Things to take from the Blackhawks’ loss to the Sharks.
They were fine through most of Tuesday’s game but the usual issues appeared late in their 3-1 loss to the San Jose Sharks.
As we said above, the Blackhawks going three games without getting at least one point is something we haven’t seen in some time.
Marleau was getting hot as the all-star break approached (five goals in three games) and on Tuesday he picked up where he left off.
The Blackhawks had some trouble with this on Tuesday night, and it was part of the reason the Sharks ended up getting the go-ahead goal late.
as declared in Winds WSW at 10 to 20 mph..TonightCloudy skies early, followed by partial clearing.
Winds W at 5 to 10 mph.
Philadelphia, PA (19146)TodaySome early morning breaks in the overcast, otherwise cloudy.
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