I don’t know about you, but when it comes to my favorite sport, I always wonder: Which channel is hockey on cable?
Well, if you’re looking for the answer, then keep reading. But if you want to know more about hockey and how to watch it, then stick around. I’ll tell you everything you need to know.
How Is Hockey Delivered To TV Channels?
First off, regular hockey doesn’t usually air on cable channels. The NHL and WHL coach TV channels in the United States, but they mostly show play-by-play (PBP) and news coverage of NHL matches.
That being said, there are exceptions to the rule. The Tampa Bay Lightning and Colorado Avalanche play home games on RDS in Canada, which is available in the United States on the NBC Sports Network, and those games usually air on cable channels in the US.
Which Cable Channels Do I Need To Catch Hockey Games?
Now that you know about the basics of hockey, it’s time to zero in on the importance of cable channels and which ones you need to watch to enjoy hockey. To start off with, you should be able to find hockey games on most major cable channels.
The Biggest Cable Channel Available In My Area
If I were to guess based on the packages I’ve seen, then I’d say that the biggest cable channel available in my area is the Disney Channel.
The reason behind this is that Disney Channel is a general entertainment channel that also features a lot of original hockey content, such as documentaries, interviews and games.
Other General Entertainment Channels Worth Watching
Speaking of general entertainment channels, here are a few more ideas: