Two Things: AHL launches new streaming service; single-game NTDP tickets on sale

Of somewhat offbeat note this evening:

1. The AHL has launched a new streaming service that is way, way more affordable than its previous version, and AHL TV promises…big things. Here’s the press release the Griffins sent me:


AHLTV to debut this fall on all-new platform designed to optimize the viewing experience

The American Hockey League today announced an enhanced partnership with HockeyTech and the launch of a brand-new streaming platform, AHLTV.

The creation of AHLTV marks the latest expansion of the American Hockey League’s long-standing relationship with HockeyTech, which also provides real-time scoring and statistical services for the AHL and its 31 teams and hosts the AHL’s official website and mobile app.

“We are extremely excited to introduce AHLTV beginning this fall,” said David Andrews, President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Hockey League. “AHLTV reflects the high standards that our fans and stakeholders have come to expect from the American Hockey League, and HockeyTech shares our vision of bringing the excitement of AHL hockey as an enhanced digital experience to fans who can’t make it to the rink.”

“HockeyTech is proud to launch AHLTV in a true partnership with the American Hockey League,” said HockeyTech founder and CEO Stu Siegel. “Using the most advanced, cutting-edge digital technologies, AHL fans will have the most innovative multimedia hockey viewing experience available worldwide.”

Available at, AHLTV will feature live streaming of every AHL game in high definition on desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile devices, as well as over-the-top (OTT) platforms such as Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast and Android TV. AHLTV subscriptions, which include live and archived games, will begin at just $79.99 (US) for the entire 2018-19 regular season.

2018-19 Regular Season Subscription Packages
(All prices USD)

All teams, all games — $79.99
One team, all games — $59.99
One team, home or away — $39.99
All games, one month — $19.99
All games, one day — $6.99

2. In the “local hockey” department, the U.S. National Team Development Program is selling single-game tickets for its upcoming season, and the prices are ridiculously affordable:

PLYMOUTH, Mich. – Single-game tickets for USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program 2018-19 home schedule are now on sale as the team enters its fourth season at USA Hockey Arena.

Tickets are $12.00 for center ice seating, with executive reserved seating tickets priced at $10. Students and active/retired military receive a $2 discount with proper I.D. when tickets are purchased in-person at the USA Hockey Arena Box Office.

The 2018-19 Team USA schedule is highlighted by a six-game collegiate schedule that includes Minnesota, Maine, Lake Superior State, Bowling Green, Holy Cross and Adrian College.

Fans can purchase single-game tickets through the USA Hockey Arena Box Office from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays as well as 11 a.m. through the end of event on game days. Single-game tickets are also available by calling the box office at (734) 453-8400 or by visiting

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One thought on “Two Things: AHL launches new streaming service; single-game NTDP tickets on sale”

  1. 60$ for the griffs = done deal . hopefully hollands thinkin right and keeps the 18 year old kid zadina in gr to let him physically mature another year . and its malarky the chl wont let razz go to the ahl were its best for his development instead of rushing into nhl . if im holly i keep rass out in the whl for another season no matter what rass wants , kids to long and lanky still . let him harden the body up another year as theres not one reason to hurry him into bigs besides wanting to draw fans which would be assinine logic if thinking so . ide also like seeing nyquist traded right now to a contender for a prospect thats ahl ready to make griff games even better . oh thats right nellys gone to texas so theres a new coach too . if only bob and larry packed their bags with him we could get a professional broadcast instead of cry baby homers .

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