By Kevin O’ConnorPosted Mar 15, 2018 12:01:51The NHL has been at the center of a controversy this offseason over the number of times a game can be televised.
The league has been criticized for the length of games, as well as the amount of content that has been televised.
Some teams have been criticized due to how many times the games have aired, and some teams have received some positive publicity for their television broadcasts.
In a press release today, the NHL announced that it is releasing the latest installment of its broadcast schedule.
In addition to the games being aired, the league will be airing additional live highlights of players on the ice, as opposed to the limited highlight packages that have become standard over the past several years.
The latest schedule will be released on Tuesday, March 22.
The schedule will include:The NHL will begin airing a special edition of “The Score” on the NHL Network beginning March 28.
The episode will feature “SportsCenter,” “SportsCentric” and “SportsNation,” the league said.
The “SportsZone” show will be simulcast on NBC Sports.
The broadcast will air on ESPN2, as will the NHL’s broadcast of the World Cup of Hockey, which begins March 29.