Wednesday, May 02, 2007

OHL announces TV coverage for title series

The Ontario Hockey League today announced that the entire 2007 OHL Rogers Championship Series will be broadcast live locally and through the OHL Action Pak on Rogers Television. Viewers can watch every game, with the exception of game two, on Rogers channel 464. Game two of the series on Sunday at 3:00, will be broadcast nationally on Rogers Sportsnet.

“Rogers Television has been a proud partner of the OHL for over 15 years.” said Colette Watson, Vice President of Rogers Television. “While the championship series unfolds outside of our markets, we're pleased to go the extra mile to bring this exciting hockey to our Action Pak customers."

The addition of the home playoff games for the Sudbury Wolves and the Plymouth Whalers will be available in the Sudbury and Plymouth markets as well as on the OHL Action Pak through a co-operative effort with Rogers Television in Ontario and Schoolcraft Sports Network, in Plymouth .

“We are thrilled to have the entire 2007 Rogers Conference Championship Series broadcasted live locally and on the OHL Action Pak,” commented OHL Commissioner David Branch. “This is an exciting time not only for the OHL, but for all of our fans. The OHL is pleased to partner with Rogers Television and Schoolcraft Sports Network of Michigan during this playoff series.”

In addition to the television broadcasts, all Rogers Conference Championships Series games will be available online in broadcast quality through the OHL Live Stream program, which is a partnership with INSINC. Additional information on OHL Live Stream as well as a schedule of the Rogers Conference Championship Series is available online here.

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