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NHL, WarnerMedia Strike 7-Year Deal That Puts Live Games on HBO Max

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Brian Steinberg Senior TV EditorHockey is going somewhere it has never been before.WarnerMedia gained rights to show live NHL games on its two big cable networks, TBS and TNT, as well as its new streaming hub, HBO Max, in a seven-year pact valued at least at $200 million that expands the company’s sports-rights portfolio for the first time in years.

Disney’s ESPN already secured rights to a larger NHL package. The league is cutting ties with NBCUniversal, which has had sole dominion over its U.S.

broadcast rights for 16 years.“We’re delighted to spotlight the world’s best hockey league on our leading networks, while continuing to further elevate this marquee property through an ever-expanding array of digital platforms in the years to.

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