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How to Watch NWHL Games

By Rich Furlong, 11/14/16, 12:00PM EST

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After partnering with Cheddar, there are more ways than ever to catch NWHL action!


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There's no wrong way to watch NWHL hockey. Lucky for you, now there are more options than ever before. Here's a list of ways to catch all of the action:


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1. GO TO A GAME

There are two types of people in the world: hockey fans, and people who have never seen hockey in person. 

Obviously, every NWHL fan doesn't live close to a team, but if you do the best way to watch the games (same as any level of hockey) is at the game.

Tickets to NWHL games are the best deal in professional sports and can be found at www.nwhl.zone/tickets!

So get up, and get to a game!

2. NWHL's Cross-Ice Pass

Ideal for all you hockey fans outside of the Northeast, Cross-Ice Pass is super easy to watch in just two steps:

Go to nwhl.zone/video and press play!

Thats's it!

And what's even more fun, every game this season can be watched in its entirety at nwhl.zone/full-game-video

3. Cheddar on Sling TV, Amazon, Twitter and Facebook live

Today the NWHL announced a broadcast partnership with Cheddar, the popular live and on demand network available on Sling TV, Amazon, Twitter, and Facebook Live! Beginning Nov. 20, Cheddar will air NWHL weekend games on Sling TV for the remainder of the 2016-2017 regular season.

The premiere NWHL broadcast on Cheddar will feature the Buffalo Beauts hosting the defending Isobel Cup champion Boston Pride at 3:30 pm on Sunday, Nov. 20. The 4:00 pm matchup on Sunday between the New York Riveters and Connecticut Whale will air on Cheddar later that day.