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Hockey - Apr 5, 2017

Will Canadian teams hold their own in the Stanley Cup Playoffs?

Don’t miss a moment of the action with Rogers NHL GameCentre LIVE


It’s crunch time, NHL® fans. Teams are taking their best shot – literally – as the pursuit for the Stanley Cup® intensifies with every drop of the puck. With Canadian teams now in the thick of it, you’ll want to stay on top of all the end-to-end action. And if you’re a Share EverythingTM wireless plan customer or have an eligible Rogers IgniteTM bundle, you can net yourself a centre-ice seat for every heart-pounding moment of the NHL season with RogersTM NHL GameCentre LIVETM.1

It’s looking promising for Canadian clubs – and their fans. In the Eastern Conference, Montreal and Ottawa are on solid ice, while Toronto boasts its first post-season berth since 2012-13. Over in the West, both Alberta-based squads – Calgary and Edmonton – have joined the Playoffs party.

“You can never take anything for granted when it comes to making the Playoffs,” says Calgary alternate captain Sean Monahan. Now that they're in the Playoffs, he adds, “You can’t get caught up in the moment; you just have to take things game by game.”

Could this be the year a Canadian team hosts a Stanley Cup® Championship parade? Will the Pittsburgh Penguins repeat as champs? Will an underdog pull off an upset for the ages? With Rogers NHL GameCentre LIVETM, you’ll score big as the drama unfolds.

Not only can you watch games of your favourite out-of-market team that aren't broadcast in your region, you can also live stream every out-of-market and national game, including the 2017 Stanley Cup® Playoffs (blackout restrictions don’t apply for the Playoffs).

That’s just for starters.

No worries if you can’t be at home to tune in. Stream live games, full video or audio on your laptop, smartphone or tablet while travelling or on the go. Rogers customers also get awesome exclusive extras with GamePlus2 – including amazing camera angles and must-see behind-the-scenes content.

Want to keep your eye on more than one game? No problem. You can follow up to four games at once on your PC or laptop with split-screen or quad-screen viewing – a must throughout the Playoffs, when there can be three or four key contests happening at the same time. Or grab the drinks and snacks, then sit back and watch the action on the big screen with your Apple TV, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Roku or Google Chromecast.

And you might provide the assist of a lifetime starting this April. If you refer a friend and they sign up for Rogers NHL GameCentre LIVETM, you could win a trip to the NHL AwardsTM in Las Vegas.

Skate on over to now and score huge with Rogers NHL GameCentre LIVETM. And if you don’t have Rogers NHL GameCentre LIVETM, you can tune in to SportsnetTM for top-shelf hockey coverage throughout the Playoffs.

1 Includes subscription only, available with a Share Everything wireless plan or Rogers Ignite bundle with Ignite 30 or above, each on a two-year term. Blackouts, standard data overage/roaming charges and other restrictions apply. Blackouts are determined by NHL broadcast regulations and apply based on your location at time of viewing a live NHL game. In-market regional NHL games are not available on Rogers NHL GameCentre LIVE™. Visit for blackout details. A Full Season’s Pass subscription includes live access to all out-of-market games and all national English-language games, including all Stanley Cup® Playoffs games. Live access to national French-language games and live access to regional English- or French-language games from within the local team broadcast region requires you to have a subscription to the broadcast channel airing the game with a participating TV provider. Full replays of all games available regardless of game type and region. Visit for full terms and conditions.

2 GamePlus features availability varies by game and arena.

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