A godsend occurred almost two years ago to my DirecTV programming lineup. In October of 2007 the NHL Network was added and thus, my life changed forever.
In my pre-NHL Network days, ESPN was the standard default channel where I would find my television hockey "coverage". Since that wonderful day in 2007, NHL Network has been the first channel I flip to when I'm not watching Gordon Ramsay calling some poor chef a "stupid cow" or a classic "Seinfeld" episode, like Kramer pretending to be the Movie Phone guy. Two years later, with NHL Network broadening its horizons and expanding on to more cable systems and its popularity growing among puckheads, there are some changes that can be made to improve the viewing experience.
After the jump, I offer five suggestions to help improve the quality of NHL Network.
More vintage games.
The NHL's video vault is likely vast with plenty of moving pictures featuring the likes of Gordie Howe, Bobby Hull, Maurice Richard, and Milt Schmidt. FansRead More »from Five suggestions to improve NHL Network