Whether you're rooting for local heroes or faraway champs, the only way to follow your favorite NHL teams throughout the season is with NHL CENTER ICE. A must for any die-hard hockey fan, NHL CENTER ICE is now better than ever!
Blackout restrictions apply to all games that are on NHL CENTER ICE. Blackout restrictions are designed to protect the television rights holders in the competing teams' home markets. Blackouts are not based on arena sellouts.
If the St. Louis Blues are playing the New York Rangers, the local telecast areas of the Blues and Rangers will be blacked out on NHL CENTER ICE, regardless of whether the games are being televised locally. If the games are being televised locally, NHL CENTER ICE subscribers can view the games on their over-the-air television station or their local regional sports network (RSN). If DIRECTV carries the local station or network, the game can be seen by all CHOICE subscribers who can watch local channels.
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All you have to do is keep your DIRECTV account in good standing and make sure all DIRECTV Receivers are continuously connected to the same land-based phone line. A past due account or a receiver without a phone line may disqualify you from Automatic Renewal. Also, if you cancel your subscription before the season starts, you'll be ineligible for the special low price.
Sports subscriptions cannot be cancelled, transferred, refunded or credited (in part or in whole) after the season starts.
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This will vary depending on your equipment and if the games are available that evening in HD. Not all games are provided to DIRECTV in HD.
If you have a 5-LNB Dish, a HD capable television and one of the following HD DIRECTV receivers (H20, H21, HR20, HR21) you will see your NHL Center Ice games on channels 94 and 95 as well as in the NHL Center Ice channel range of 764-776. HD games in the NHL channel range are represented by a "-1". For example, channel 765 Ducks vs. Bruins would be in SD, but 765-1 Ducks vs. Bruins would be in HD(if available).
If you have older HD equipment (not one of the four model numbers mentioned above or the 5-LNB dish), you will find select HD games ONLY on channels 94 and 95 when available.
HD Access ($9.99 per month) is required to see HD content, regardless of the type of HD equipment.
When possible, we are placing both the home and away game broadcasts in NHL CENTER ICE for you to choose from. For example, you may see the Ducks vs. Bruins on channel 765 and channel 766. The Game on channel 765 would be the Ducks broadcast and channel 766 would be for the Bruins broadcast. When possible, we will present both options to NHL CENTER ICE subscribers.
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