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Monday Night Hockey officially moving to major streaming platform


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Cooper Godin
April 25, 2024  (12:17)
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After rumours earlier this month, Monday Night Hockey broadcasts on Sportsnet have officially come to an end following a big announcement from the National Hockey League on Thursday.

In a post on social media, the National Hockey League announced that Amazon Prime Video has bought the broadcasting rights for Monday Night Hockey for the remaining two years of Rogers' deal.
"Prime Monday Night Hockey will stream all national regular season Monday night NHL games in English for the 2024-25 and 2025-26 NHL seasons. The deal is the NHL's first exclusive national broadcast package with a digital-only streaming service in Canada. The Prime Monday Night Hockey package, produced by Prime Video, will feature a new broadcast team offering in-depth analysis and play-by-play coverage, and stream live exclusively to Prime members in Canada." The NHL said.

Monday Night Hockey debuted on Sportsnet in the fall of 2022 after Rogers decided to cancel Hometown Hockey with Ron MacLean and Tara Slone after eight year on the air. The goal with Monday Night Hockey on Sportsnet was to feature at least one Canadian team or on occasion, have an all-Canadian matchup, and to have an early-week telecast to replace Hometown Hockey.
The Vancouver Canucks have been featured on Monday Night Hockey on a handful of occasions throughout the 2022-23 and 2023-24 season and there's no doubt they'll be shown on Amazon Prime Video over the next two years.
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