SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League has announced broadcast information for the 2015 Calder Cup Finals between the Eastern Conference champion Manchester Monarchs, top development team of the NHL’s Los Angeles Kings, and the Western Conference champion Utica Comets, top development team of the NHL’s Vancouver Canucks.
As a thanks to the AHL’s loyal and dedicated fans, the American Hockey League and NeuLion, Inc., are making video streaming of all seven games of the 2015 Calder Cup Finals available for viewing at no charge from AHL Live via desktop, laptop, mobile device or tablet.
|Date/Time||Web Streaming||Satellite Radio|
|Game 1||Sat., June 6 at Manchester, 6 ET||AHL Live||—|
|Game 2||Sun., June 7 at Manchester, 5 ET||AHL Live||NHL Network Radio|
|Game 3||Wed., June 10 at Utica, 7 ET||AHL Live||—|
|Game 4||Fri., June 12 at Utica, 7 ET||AHL Live||NHL Network Radio|
|*Game 5||Sat., June 13 at Utica, 7 ET||AHL Live||NHL Network Radio
(if no NHL game)
|*Game 6||Tue., June 16 at Manchester, 7 ET||AHL Live||NHL Network Radio|
|*Game 7||Wed., June 17 at Manchester, 7 ET||AHL Live||NHL Network Radio
(if no NHL game)
To watch free on AHL Live, simply visit ahllive.com from any desktop computer, log in with your AHL Live account (or create a new one), select the Finals All-Access Pass and enter the promo code CALDERCUP to access all of the action of the AHL’s championship series featuring the calls of the Monarchs’ Ken Cail and the Comets’ Brendan Burke. You can watch on your desktop or laptop through ahllive.com, or download the official AHL Live app from iTunes or Google Play to watch on your mobile device or tablet.
Satellite radio subscribers can also listen to the 2015 Calder Cup Finals on NHL Network Radio (Sirius 211, XM 218), which will carry Game 2 and Games 4-7 of the series.
In addition, the American Hockey League will be providing behind-the-scenes coverage of the Finals via theahl.com and its social media channels on Twitter (@TheAHL), Facebook (/theahl), Instagram (@TheAHL) and Periscope (@TheAHL).
In operation since 1936, the American Hockey League continues to serve as the top development league for all 30 National Hockey League teams. More than 88 percent of all players competing in the NHL this season have been AHL graduates, and through the years the American Hockey League has been home to more than 100 honored members of the Hockey Hall of Fame.