Shaw is pleased to offer NHL Centre Ice for the 2022-2023 hockey season! Delivering up to 750 regular season out-of-market NHL games in high definition, NHL Centre Ice gives you access to every bone-crushing hit, every top corner snipe and every pad-stacking save that takes place outside of your local viewing area. It’s the ultimate package for hockey fans.
What you get
All subscriptions to NHL Centre Ice grant access to all 16 Shaw Cable NHL Centre Ice HD Sports channels. Pricing and package availability will update as the season progresses:
We offer early bird and regular season pricing options for NHL Centre Ice, depending on how early you order. Visit Shaw.ca or message us to order online.
Early bird pricing is available from September 23, 2022, to October 17, 2022, and provides access to the entire NHL season from October 11, 2021, to April 13, 2023.
One-time payment: $209.00
Monthly charge: $53.00 x four payments
The Regular Season is available October 18, 2022, to January 2, 2023, and provides access to the entire NHL season from October 18, 2021, to April 13, 2023.
One-time payment: $219.00
Monthly charge: $55.00 x four payments
Half Season pricing is available January 3, 2023, to March 13, 2023, and provides access to the entire NHL season from January 3, 2023, to April 13, 2022.
One-time payment: $139.00
Monthly charge: $35.00 x three payments
Race to the Playoffs
Race to the Playoffs pricing is available March 14, 2023, to April 13, 2023, and provides access to the end of the NHL season from March 14, 2023, to April 13, 2023.
One-time payment: $69.00
Frequently asked questions
If I subscribe to NHL Centre Ice, will I be able to watch it on all my TV boxes?
NHL Centre Ice will work on any BlueCurve TV, Gateway, or DCX-series TV box. These boxes all support the MPEG4 video format which is required for Centre Ice. To learn more, see NHL Centre Ice availability.
What is MPEG4?
MPEG4 allows content to be delivered with a higher quality while using less bandwidth. Click hereto see a list of equipment compatible with MPEG4.
Why is NHL Centre Ice only available in MPEG4?
MPEG4 allows us to offer more games in total and offer all games in HD.
If I subscribed to NHL Centre Ice last season, do I have to re-subscribe?