Good Morning, Insiders!
The NHL, Walt Disney Company and Turner Sports announced their national broadcast schedules earlier today, a schedule that will feature 13 LA Kings games across three different platforms.
The Kings will be televised nationally on ESPN on January 20 against Colorado and April 19 against Anaheim, as a part of the package of games exclusive to ESPN this season. The Kings will also play six games on ESPN+ / Hulu, with the first of the game beginning on October 22 against Dallas. The full list of ESPN-televised games is displayed below.
January 20 – Kings vs. Avalanche, 6:30 PM
April 19 – Kings vs. Ducks, 7 PM
ESPN+ / Hulu
October 22 – Kings @ Stars, 5:30 PM
November 5 – Kings vs. Devils, 7:30 PM
January 27 – Kings @ Islanders, 4:00 PM
March 17 – Kings vs. Sharks, 7:00 PM
March 22 – Kings vs. Predators, 7:30 PM
March 25 – Kings vs. Blackhawks, 7:00 PM
The Kings will also be featured by Turner Sports five times throughout the course of the season, beginning on November 3, at home against St. Louis. The Kings will also be featured on TNT on November 24, December 22, February 23 and April 13, with the game times and opponents listed below.
November 3 – Kings vs. Blues, 7:00 PM
November 24 – Kings vs. Maple Leafs, 7:00 PM
December 22 – Kings vs. Oilers, 7:00 PM
February 23 – Kings @ Coyotes, 7:00 PM
April 13 – Kings @ Avalanche, 6:30 PM
The local television schedule, featuring games on Bally Sports West, will be announced at a later date.