SiriusXM, SiriusXM Canada and the National Hockey League today announced an extension of their broadcasting agreement through the 2028-29 NHL season. SiriusXM will continue to deliver fans across North America access to every NHL game throughout the regular season and Stanley Cup Playoffs, as well as daily, in-depth coverage of the sport on SiriusXM NHL Network Radio, the only 24/7 audio channel dedicated to the NHL.
SiriusXM subscribers can tune in to NHL game broadcasts in their cars and at home or on the go with the SXM App. The SXM App offers 32 NHL team channels, each dedicated to carrying the official radio broadcast for each NHL team, making it easy for fans to find and listen to their favorite team’s announcers for every game. All 32 team channels are also available in vehicles equipped with SiriusXM’s latest-generation 360L radios.
For a schedule of NHL games on SiriusXM go to SiriusXM.com/Sports.
SiriusXM NHL Network Radio will continue to cover NHL news and events from around the league, delivering game analysis from experts and insiders and interviews with coaches, players and executives.
SiriusXM NHL Network Radio will be offering listeners comprehensive coverage of the 2023 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend live from Sunrise, Florida, Feb. 2 – 4. For the first time, SiriusXM will produce and air the exclusive national audio broadcast of the Honda NHL All-Star Game on Saturday, Feb. 4 (coverage begins at 2 pm ET). Steve Kouleas will be the play-by-play voice, Gord Stellick will be the color analyst and Scott Laughlin will be conducting interviews with both teams from the bench. SiriusXM’s NHL All-Star Weekend coverage will also include interviews with players and coaches from Media Day on Thursday, Feb 2 (coverage beginning at 3 pm ET), as well as a live broadcast of the NHL All-Star Skills presented by DraftKings Sportsbook on Friday, February 3 (coverage starting at 6 pm ET), with Kouleas, Stellick and Laughlin on the call.