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NHL TV is a TV broadcaster based in the US. It’s a sports channel dedicated to NHL Hockey. It broadcasts live NHL games with news, highlights, and interviews. The Game Center live streaming is only available with a paid subscription, but the site does have an excellent video section, and it’s free.

Name: NHL TV
Location: New York, United States
Genre: Sports > NHL Hockey
Website: NHL Television Homepage

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Review of NHL TV

Review of NHL TV


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NHL TV’s rating of 9.2 out of 10 is based on a number of factors. One of the biggest ‘pros’ is that NHL TV live streams its programs as they air. NHL TV also has a video collection so viewers can watch shows on demand, earning it further points. More about our rating method.

NHL Television is owned by The National Hockey League. It is a member of the NHL network.

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2002 Red Wings. That was literally an all-star team

This is a trick question as I'm sure Jagr was also on the 67-68 Habs team.

If you want to talk about actual playoff performance, then the 11-12 kings have to be there. Jumped out to a 3-0 series lead in each series, finished 16-4, lost one game on the road, beat the 1-3 seeds in the west in order as an 8th seed. It won't get much recognition because it's fairly recent, but in the future that team will be regarded as one of the greats.

1976-77 Canadiens. Played the season with only 10 losses and won the cup. I was a child and just starting to get interested in NHL. I couldn't cheer for a team that seemed to just win and win and win. That's when I became a TML fan.

The Habs of 1956-1960 are the greatest team ever. -Had the one of the purest goal scorers ever in Rocket Richard -Had one of the greatest centers of all time in Beliveau, basically Mario Lemieux before Mario -Had one of the Top 3 defenseman of all-time in Doug Harvey -Had one of the Top 5 goaltenders of all-time in Jacques Plante -Had the Henri Richard who went to become one of the greatest two way centers of all-time. The only team who can rival them are the Oilers of 1984-1988.

Gretzky. Coffey. Messier. Fuhr. Kurri. Anderson. Is this even a serious question? OK, yeah, it's a serious question. Other contenders are early '80s Islanders, those great Red Wings teams built around Yzerman, and various and sundry Habs dynasties.

Trick question. Every team that has won the cup year by year are perfectly put together. From the players to the coaches to the management to the scouts to the trades and even the back office.

Altogether as an organisation and within a salary cap era, I think what the Hawks have done with three cups in six years is the most impressive. Not the best squad on ice though... I'll go with the Gretzky's Oilers. But Lemieux - Jagr were awesome too. And well, old time Habs were fantastic.

The Oilers dynasty years deserve honorable mention. Gretzky making passes, Messier and his leadership, Fuhr was insane in goal. Though, every cup winning team has aspects of it that made them champions.

'80 - '83 Islanders....16 of them won 4 cups, let's see that happen again! Greatest sports dynasty of all time with 19 consecutive playoff series wins - another feat that will never be duplicated!

02 Wings best team money could buy, very fun season to watch 1st hand also. could you imagine the uproar a team with 9 and soon to be more hall a famers failed

'94 Rangers were pretty unstoppable. Some close calls in the later series', but as they say anything can happen in the playoffs. I never had any doubts. Goodness I miss having a team like that to watch.

Early 80s islanders, mid 80s oilers, 2001 avalanche, 2002 red wings...hard to seperate one of those 4 choices to pick the best. I think gretzky puts the oilers over the top for best team with great depth and talent. But i think the avs put on the best peformance. They won the cup without their best player those last two series in 2001. So they really had to use that depth without forsberg. And roy out dueling brodeur was so much fun to watch.

The best teams ever didn't even win the cup, which is just how hockey works. I'd say last years Caps and the 92-93 Pens were arguably the 2 best teams ever

the Mid 80's Oiler's remember they changed the 4 on 4 play to co-incidential minors because the Oilers were always scoring when you went to 4 on 4

Yup the wings just rolled 4 lines that just when firing on all cylinders... Seriously may not have mattered what other team they were against they were a machine..

I mean the 97-98 seasons' wings were 8-0 in the cup and 02 was even better

When my Blues had Hull Oates Pronger Scott Stevens Shanahan etc for a few yrs i thought it was our best chance ever to win the cup...but Nooooooooooo.!!!

80-84 Isles. 19 playoff series in a row. Has never been done by any other professional sports franchise. Ever.

How about the 1956-1960 Canadiens? 5 cups in a row and only losing 5 games in the finals in that span?

Francis Bergeron Leduc Keven Dionne les reds wings en 2002 : Luc Robitaille, Steve Yserman, Brett Hull, Chris Chelios, Sergei Federov, Lindstrom, Shanahan, Datsyuk, Zetterberg, Hasek, Kris Draper et Scotty Bowman comme coach ... fair enough

2010 - 2015 Blackhawks; Toews, Kane, Keith, Hossa, Sharp, Seabrook. Amazing core and a great rotating support cast (Shaw, Saad, Hjalmers etc)

Montreal Canadiens of the late '70's ('76 to '79) power house!

1929 Boston Bruins only gave up 3 goals in the playoffs. Swept both New York and Montreal

I'm biased but the 2001 Avs were killer. Roy Foote Blake Hejduk Tanguay Sakic Forsberg :)

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