What is NHL Centre Ice?

Whether it’s your favourite team or a game featuring the league’s biggest stars, NHL Centre Ice lets you watch out-of-market hockey games without the hassle.

How can I get NHL Centre Ice?

NHL Centre Ice is part of Rogers Super Sports Pak. Visit rogers.com/sports to order or contact us for more details.

How do I watch NHL Centre Ice?

  • Ignite TVTM: Channels 450 to 467
  • Rogers Digital (Ontario): Channels 450 to 467 (HD & SD)
  • Rogers Digital (Atlantic): Channel 450 to 467 (SD) and 477 to 484 (HD)
  • Rogers Digital (Hamilton): Channels 330 to 347 (SD) and 296 to 298 (HD)

Blackouts and other restrictions apply.

I don’t want to miss a single NHL game. How do I get every regular season game plus the Stanley Cup®Playoffs?

NHL Centre Ice does not include in-market games or the Stanley Cup Playoffs. 

However, if you subscribe to our Popular TV package (or above) along with an NHL Centre Ice subscription, regardless of where you live, you’ll be covered for every in and out of market regular season NHL game, as well as the Stanley Cup Playoffs!

Is there a package that allows me to watch only out-ofmarket Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators games in French?

Yes, the NHL Centre Ice French package includes the following:

  • Up to 60 out-of-market French-language Montreal Canadiens games
  • Up to 54 out-of-market French-language Ottawa Senators games

NHL Centre Ice French package details:

  • Available on channels 464 and 465 in HD and SD in all Ontario cities west of Belleville except Hamilton.
  • Hamilton: Available in SD on channels 344 and 345.
  • Only available to customers outside of the Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators regional broadcast territory.
  • The French package is included as part of both NHL Centre Ice and Rogers Super Sports Pak.

Keep in mind: If you live within the Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators broadcast territory (i.e. east of and including Belleville, ON), you can catch all Canadiens games and select Senators games in French on RDS (Réseau des sports). Regional English broadcasts of these teams are available on TSN2 (Canadiens) and TSN5 (Senators).

Are pre-season games included?

Select NHL pre-season games are available on NHL Centre Ice. Consult your program guide for more information.