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Hockey Night Live!

Hockey Night Live!
Format Sports talk show
Starring Al Trautwig, Ken Daneyko, Ron Duguay, Dave Maloney, Stan Fischler and Bill Pidto
Country of origin United States
Broadcast
Original channel MSG Network
Chronology
Preceded by MSG, NY

Hockey Night Live is an up-to-the-action sports talk show about NHL hockey broadcast on MSG Network. Its main host, Al Trautwig, is joined by a panel that includes Ken Daneyko, Ron Duguay, Dave Maloney, Butch Goring, and Mike Keenan, with contributions from Stan Fischler. Bill Pidto serves as panel moderator and host when Trautwig is on assignment or unavailable.

The program primarily serves as an analysis program for the four NHL teams to which MSG holds broadcast rights: the Buffalo Sabres, New York Islanders, New Jersey Devils, and MSG-owned New York Rangers. Other hockey-related topics of broad importance are also occasionally discussed.

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