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Multimedia Broadcast Coverage Announced For 2012 Calder Cup Finals

Wednesday, 05.30.2012 / 5:31 PM / Bolts Report
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Multimedia Broadcast Coverage Announced For 2012 Calder Cup Finals

The American Hockey League has announced broadcast information for the 2012 Calder Cup Finals between the Eastern Conference champion Norfolk Admirals, top development team of the NHL’s Tampa Bay Lightning, and the Western Conference champion Toronto Marlies, top development team of the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs.

Games 1-3 and 6-7 of the series will air on Leafs TV, which will be available on cable systems across Canada during a special promotional “free-view” period during the Calder Cup Finals. Games 4 and 5 will air in Canada on the 24-hour national sports channel Sportsnet ONE. In addition, the entire series will be available on ESPN America, reaching millions of fans in more than 35 countries in Europe and the Middle East.

2012 Calder Cup Finals

TV

Satellite Radio

Web Streaming

Game 1

Fri., June 1 at Norfolk, 7:30 ET

Leafs TV
ESPN America

NHL Home Ice

AHL Live

Game 2

Sat., June 2 at Norfolk, 7:15 ET

Leafs TV
ESPN America

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AHL Live

Game 3

Thu., June 7 at Toronto, 7:00 ET

Leafs TV
ESPN America

NHL Home Ice

AHL Live

Game 4

Sat., June 9 at Toronto, 3:00 ET

Sportsnet ONE
ESPN America

NHL Home Ice

AHL Live

Game 5
 (if nec.)

Sun., June 10 at Toronto, 3:00 ET

Sportsnet ONE
ESPN America

NHL Home Ice

AHL Live

Game 6
 (if nec.)

Wed., June 13 at Norfolk, 7:15 ET

Leafs TV
ESPN America

NHL Home Ice
   (if no NHL)

AHL Live

Game 7
 (if nec.)

Fri., June 15 at Norfolk, 7:30 ET

Leafs TV
ESPN America

NHL Home Ice

AHL Live

Fans can also listen to the Calder Cup Finals on the all-hockey NHL Home Ice channel on SiriusXM Satellite Radio (Sirius 207, XM 92), which will carry Game 1 and Games 3-7 of the series.

And as always, AHL Live has live streaming of every Calder Cup Finals game at ahllive.com.

In operation since 1936, the American Hockey League continues to serve as the top development league for all 30 National Hockey League teams. More than 88 percent of all players competing in the NHL this season have been AHL graduates, and through the years the American Hockey League has been home to more than 100 honored members of the Hockey Hall of Fame.