NHL on TNT to Feature Western Conference Showdown with Stars-Golden Knights on Wednesday December 8

Pregame Coverage Begins at 10 p.m., ET

Part Two of “Road to the NHL Winter Classic” Docuseries to Premiere in Postgame Coverage


Warner Media

NHL on TNT will feature a Western Conference showdown as the Dallas Stars, on a seven-game winning streak, visit the Las Vegas Golden Knights this Wednesday, December 8. Brendan Burke will provide play-by-play, along with commentary from Darren Pang and Jennifer Botterill.

Coverage will begin at 10 p.m. ET with NHL on TNT Face Off Presented by Verizon pregame coverage emanating from the state-of-the-art NHL on TNT set in Atlanta. Host Liam McHugh will be joined by three-time Stanley Cup Champion Rick Tocchet, 10-year NHL veteran Anson Carter and hockey personality and former AHL & NHL veteran Paul Bissonnette.

During the night’s postgame coverage, TNT will present the second installment of the “Road to the NHL Winter Classic” docuseries featuring exclusive, behind-the-scenes access to the St. Louis Blues and Minnesota Wild as they prepare for the legendary outdoor game. This week brings viewers inside Minnesota Wild captain Jared Spurgeon’s time with his family, including a look at the next generation of hockey players, as he attends one of his son’s games.

Additional installments of the Road to the NHL Winter Classic series will air each week during the network’s NHL postgame coverage, leading up to the 2022 Discover NHL Winter Classic on TNT — New Year’s Day at 7 p.m. from Target Field in Minneapolis.

Live streaming coverage of all NHL on TNT games will continue to be available via the WatchTNTapp on mobile, tablet and connected TV devices and at http://tntdrama.com/watchtnt. Fans will be able to access the games whenever and wherever they desire by logging in with the username and password provided by their TV service provider.

Source Warner Media

December 8, 2021 8:00am ET by Pressparty  


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