New NHL National TV channels will exclusively feature the Predators 11 times during the 2021-22 season.
The NHL, along with broadcast partners ESPN and TNT, announced their broadcast schedules for the upcoming campaign on Thursday, and the Preds will have three games broadcast on TNT and eight more broadcast on the ESPN + / Hulu streaming service.
This trio of competition on TNT includes the 2022 Navy Federal Credit Union NHL Stadium Series ™ outdoor game on February 26, 2022, when the Preds host the Tampa Bay Lightning at Nissan Stadium in Nashville at 6:30 p.m. CT.
The Predators will also be featured on TNT when they travel to Seattle to face the Kraken on March 2 (9 p.m. CT), as well as a Sunday afternoon game in Pittsburgh on April 10 (3 p.m. CT).
The first of eight Nashville games on ESPN + / Hulu will take place on October 26 when the Preds host the San Jose Sharks. The schedule then continues the day after Thanksgiving as the Predators host New Jersey in town, then two games in December – December 7 in Detroit and December 11 in New Jersey – will follow. Games in Seattle (January 25), against Anaheim (March 10), Los Angeles (March 22) and against Minnesota (April 5) conclude the ESPN + / Hulu schedule for Nashville.
Full details and more information on the NHL’s national broadcast schedule can be found at the links below.