Limited opportunities to see Predators not limited by television

Tuesday, January 15, 2013 at 11:13pm
Staff reports

All those who waited patiently for the NHL lockout to end and a chance to see the Nashville Predators play again will have nearly as many opportunities to do so on television as they will in person.

Fox Sports Tennessee announced Tuesday that it will televise 46 of the 48 games in the abbreviated schedule, which begins Saturday at Bridgestone Arena against the Columbus Blue Jackets (7 p.m.). That and Monday’s contest with the St. Louis Blues are included in the broadcast plans.

The only two games not included as part of Fox’s package (Feb. 25 at Dallas and April 14 against Detroit) previously were selected for NBC Sports Network’s 55-game national broadcast package.
 

1 Comment on this post:

By: 4gold on 1/17/13 at 7:52

That is so good to know. Accept if you have satlelite you are blacked out on all 48 games. Oh you can watch some team on west coast but the local team is always blacked out. But of course you can always do pay per view. Naw, I'll watch college basketball instead for free. Sorry hockey. If you didnt overpay your players maybe you could be on TV like all other sports.

Go Dores, Preds, Titans! Go Nashville a great place to live!