Brendan Burke, Butch Goring and Shannon Hogan are back for another season on the New York Islanders television broadcast.
MSG Networks announced that they would be carrying 70 New York Islanders games this season as well as three preseason games. The other 12 games will air as part of the NHL’s new television rights deal with ESPN and Turner Sports.
Burke, Goring and Hogan will once again be joined by studio analyst AJ Mleczko.
The first MSG broadcast will occur on Sunday when the New York Islanders travel to Manhattan to face the New York Rangers on Sunday night. The game will air on MSG Plus.
The network will also air the Islanders’ Oct. 7 preseason game in New Jersey and their Oct. 9 preseason game against the New York Rangers at Webster Bank Arena. MSG Networks will carry the Islanders’ first game at UBS Arena at Belmont Park on both MSG Plus and MSG Plus2.
The New York Islanders season opener in Carolina on Oct. 14 is also scheduled to air on MSG Plus, with the pregame show starting at 6:30 p.m.
The Islanders are starting the 2021-22 season with plenty of expectations. The Islanders have reached the Stanley Cup Semifinals in back-to-back seasons and Goring feels the team is in a good spot.
“Lou Lamoriello has made a couple of off-season changes to enhance the Islanders’ chances for a Stanley Cup,” Goring said. “With an eager team and the best hockey building in the world, this team is on a mission. Look for special moments and the proper finish for this season.”
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