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With no National Hockey League team in Atlanta, your TV antenna won't pick up any NHL games. It’s a good thing Solid Signal brings hockey action to cord-cutters.
Atlanta hasn’t had an NHL team since the Thrashers left the city in 2011. The absence of your home team means that you’ve had to turn your attention outside the Big Peach to enjoy pro hockey games. The only problem is that no pro hockey games are shown on broadcast TV. So what’s an Atlanta cord-cutter who loves hockey to do? Turn to Solid Signal, of course. We have a way for you to enjoy all the games from every NHL hockey team and still keep your TV antenna and its free local TV.
DIRECTV NHL® Center Ice®
Are you ready for some NHL action in the Atlanta area? Then you need a DIRECTV viewing packagewith NHL CENTER ICE programming. With up to 40 out-of-market games each week, you’ll get to see your favorite NHL team no matter which one it is. When you add DIRECTV and CENTER ICE to your home entertainment system, you'll enjoy many benefits, which include:
- NHL Network™ during the season at no additional charge.
- Dual Feeds that allow you to choose home or away broadcasts.
- The Game Mix channel, which lets you to watch multiple games at once.
- Picture-in-picture mode (with a DIRECTV Genie DVR).
- The ability to flip between games that feature your favorite players. (Ideal for fantasy hockey fans.)
- See home and away games of out-of-state teams.
- Keeping your OTA antenna for free local TV programming.
It’s Hockey Night!
Are you a hockey fan in the Atlanta TV market who wants to cut the cord? If so, DIRECTV’s NHL CENTER ICE is your solution. As an DIRECTV Authorized Dealer, we bring you all the action on the ice and other professional sports. And if you’re planning to move to another media market, we can help you there, too. Just call us at 877.312.4547 if you have any questions about watching hockey and cutting the cord.