Historical NHL over-the-air television broadcasters

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This article will deal with a list of historical National Hockey League over-the-air television broadcasters.

Note: The teams listed in italics are teams that have since relocated or disbanded.

Local

Team Stations Years
Arizona Coyotes KAZT 20062008
Anaheim Ducks KCAL
KDOC
19932002
2006–present
Atlanta Flames WTCG (later WTBS) 1977–1978
Atlanta Thrashers WUPA
WPXA
19992005
20052007
Boston Bruins WNAC-TV
WBZ-TV2
WMUR-TV (Manchester, NH)
WHDH-TV
WKBG
WSBK
19481949
19491955
19631964
19641966
1966–1967
19672002
Buffalo Sabres WKBW
WGR (later WGRZ)
WNYB
WUTV
19721977
19771987
19871990
19901994
Calgary Flames CICT
CKAL
1992–1993
2008–present
California Golden Seals KTVU
KFTY
KBHK
19671971
1972–1973
1975–1976
Carolina Hurricanes WRAL and WRAZ 1997–1998; 19992004
Chicago Blackhawks WGN
WFLD3
WSNS
19601975; 2008–present
19751977
19781980
Cleveland Barons WUAB 19761978
Colorado Rockies KWGN-TV 19761982
Colorado Avalanche KTVD
KPXC
19952002
2002–2003
Dallas Stars KTVT and KTXH (Houston)
KTXA
KDFI3
1993–1994
19941999
2000
Detroit Red Wings WKBD
WJBK
19652003
20032007
Edmonton Oilers CFRN
CKEM
1992–1993
19972004, 2008–present
Florida Panthers WBFS-TV 19931998
Hartford Whalers WKBG-TV (Boston; the Whalers were initially in the World Hockey Association and based in Boston)
Connecticut Public Television
WFSB-TV
WWLP
WVIT4
WHCT-TV
WTXX
WTNH
WTUV/WBNE
19721974
1975–1976
19751979
19781980
19791986
19861990
1990–1991
1994–1995
19951997
Kansas City Scouts KMBA (later KSHB) 19741976
Los Angeles Kings KTLA
KCAL (formerly KHJ)
19671977; 19911993
19771987
Minnesota North Stars WTCN
KMSP
KITN
KXLI
KLGT
19671979
19791984; 19881992
19841987
1987–1988
1992–1993
Minnesota Wild KMSP
KSTC
20002004
20052011
Montreal Canadiens CFTM
CFJP
CJNT
19601970, 19801994
19942002
2014–present
New Jersey Devils WOR (later WWOR) 19821984
New York Rangers W2XBS (later WNBC)4
WNBT (later WNBC)4
WCBW (later WCBS)2
WPIX
WOR (later WWOR)
WBIS (later WPXN)
1940–1941
1941–1942; 1945–1946
19461948
1948–1949; 19501958; 2008–present
19651989
1996–1997
New York Islanders WOR (later WWOR) 19721986
Ottawa Senators CHRO 19922008
Philadelphia Flyers WKBS
WTAF/WTXF3
WPVI1
WGBS (later WPSG)
WPHL
19671983
19731985
19831986
19851991; 19982009
19911998
Pittsburgh Penguins WTAE-TV
WPGH
WIIC (later WPXI)
KDKA2
WPTT
WPCW
1968–1969
1970–1971; 19761990; 2005–present
19711977
19901997
2005–present
2006–2007
Quebec Nordiques CFAP 19881994
San Jose Sharks KGO1
KICU
19911994
19951999
St. Louis Blues KPLR
KDNL
19671976; 19811983; 19862009
19761981; 19831986
Tampa Bay Lightning WTOG
WTTA
WXPX
19921996; 20082014
19962001
2007–2008
Toronto Maple Leafs CFTO
CHCH
CIII
CITY
January 19601977
19771988
19881999
2014–present
Vancouver Canucks BCTV
CIVT
CKVU
19701986; 19871998
19982001
2009–present
Washington Capitals WDCA and WMAR (Baltimore)
WDCA
WDCW
1977–1978
1992–1993
1995–1996; 2005–2006
Winnipeg Jets CKY
CKND
unknown
?-1995–1996

See also

1ABC owned television station.

2CBS owned television station.

3Fox owned television station.

4NBC owned television station.

National

American

Network Years
CBS 1956-1960 (regular season games only)
1967-1972 (playoffs only in 1967)
1976 (Two weekend games of the Super Series only)
1979 (Game 2 of the Challenge Cup only)
1980 (Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals only)
NBC 1966 (playoffs only)
1972-1975
1990-1994 (All-Star Game only)
2005-present
RKO General 1966 (Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals only)
1967 (regular season games only)
NHL Network 1975-1979
ABC 1992-1994 (the last three weeks of the regular season and first three weeks of the playoffs only)
1999-2004
Fox 1994-1999

Canadian

Network Years
CBC 1952-present
SRC 1952-2004
CTV 1972 (Stanley Cup Finals only)
1984-1986
Global/Canwest 1987-1988 (playoffs only for both seasons)
City 2014-present
TVA 2014-present

See also

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