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Golden Knights Fans Will Still Be Able To Watch Rest Of Season On AT&T Sportsnet Amidst Network Shakeup
Vegas Golden Knights fans will not have to worry about finding ways to watch games for the remainder of this season. Commissioner Gary Bettman has …
Vegas Golden Knights fans will not have to worry about finding ways to watch games for the remainder of this season. Commissioner Gary Bettman has ensured that all VGK games on AT&T Sportsnet will continue to be aired for the rest of the season and in the first two rounds of the playoffs.
"(AT&T SportsNet is) going to continue to carry the games (through the end of the season). As I said, any of the regionals, we believe based on everything we’ve been told, and we’re in constant dialogue, that our games certainly through this regular season will be taken care of. And then once we get to the playoffs, there’s national distribution," said Bettman at the NHL's general manager meetings last week in Florida.
In February, Warner Bros Discovery announced that they would be discontinuing regional sports broadcasts, setting the deadline for teams to buy their streaming rights back to March 31st.
Warner Bros Discovery operates three AT&T Sportsnet stations that cover the Houston Astros, Seattle Mariners, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Colorado Rockies of the MLB, Portland Trail Blazers, Utah Jazz, and Houston Rockets of the NBA, and the Seattle Kraken, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Golden Knights of the NHL.
As for next season, we still do not know what the extent of what watching Golden Knights games on television will look like. But for right now, AT&T Sportsnet will finish out the season covering the Vegas Golden Knights.