National Hockey League

Wayne Gretzky Is Still Passionate About Hockey, His Blackberry and Newspapers

Specs Name Wayne Gretzky Age 55 Claim to Fame Widely believed to be the greatest hockey player of all time Base Los Angeles

Twitter Adds MLB and NHL Games to Its List of Livestreaming Sports Action

Twitter is continuing its summer winning streak with deals to livestream a number of games from Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League.

Will the NHL Stoke More Interest in Its 2015 Winter Classic by Going With Epix over HBO?

Every New Year, the National Hockey League takes one of its regular-season games outdoors—an old-school showdown in the freezing-cold elements. And this time, it's looking for innovative ways to draw fans to the Winter Classic.

Instagram Absolutely Loved This Young Woman’s Snowboarding Stunt

It's a great time of year for sports, with the NBA Finals, the French Open in its final stretch, the World Cup almost here and the MLB regular season in full swing.

Sports Brands Are Winning Big With Instagram Videos

Earlier this month, fashion brands were dominating the weekly VideoWatch/Shareablee top 10 chart for Instagram videos.

NHL Network Preps Olympics Highlights Show

While the Winter Olympics has put the NHL’s 2013-14 campaign on ice for the next two weeks, the league’s in-house cable network hasn’t exactly been idle. In fact, beginning Feb.

NHL Stars to Suit Up for Winter Olympics

After much deliberation, the National Hockey League on Friday announced that it will be sending its players to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

There’s No Place Like Dome

CBS on Monday drew a huge crowd with the premiere of its ambitious scripted series, Under the Dome, delivering 13.5 million total viewers and a staggering 3.3 in the adults 18-49 demo.

Burke: NBC Profits ‘Could Be Dramatically Higher’

NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke on Friday (Oct. 26) told investors that he isn’t satisfied by recent improvements at the broadcast division. Speaking during Comcast’s third-quarter earnings call, Burke acknowledged that while NBC is “obviously … doing better, we still have a lot of businesses that are underperforming.