Harvard-Yale Men’s Hockey to Air on National TV Friday at 7:30 p.m.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—Friday's Harvard-Yale men's hockey matchup, scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at Bright Hockey Center, will be televised nationally on NBC Sports Network.
John Walton, radio play-by-play voice of the National Hockey League's Washington Capitals, and former NHL player, coach and general manager Mike Milbury will call the action for NBC Sports Network. The network, formerly known as Versus, reaches more than 75 million homes across the United States.
The Crimson and Bulldogs will face off for the 234th time in college hockey's 12th-most-contested rivalry and its third-oldest, dating back to 1900. Since then, Harvard has won a conference-best 13 ECAC Hockey regular-season titles, while Yale has captured that crown in two of the last three seasons.
The Harvard-Yale broadcast is part of a lineup of 16 college hockey games on the NBC Sports Network lineup this season, produced by the same Emmy Award-winning team that oversees all of the NHL games for the NBC Sports Group.
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