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Contents 1 American television 1.1 Notes 2 Canadian television (English) 2.1 Notes 3 Canadian television (French) 4 References 5 External links // American television Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts 2010[1] NBC[2] Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Darren Pang Bob Costas Mike Milbury 2009 NBC Dave Strader Eddie Olczyk Pierre McGuire and Darren Pang Bob Costas Mike Milbury 2008 NBC Mike Emrick Eddie Olczyk Darren Pang Bob Costas Mike Milbury Notes In 2008, some NBC affiliates decided instead to air the game on secondary channels often used for weather service. Therefore, in some markets, fans with a satellite service carrying DirecTV or DISH Network were unable to watch the game. Despite this, and competing with broadcasts of college football bowl games (this was particularly noted in the Detroit, Michigan market, usually a strong market for hockey ratings, where the Wolverines were playing in the Capital One Bowl), the game garnered a 2.6 rating and 5 share, the highest rating for a regular season NHL game since 1996, and the highest share since Wayne Gretzky's final game in 1999,[3] in a near tie with second-place CBS' 2.7 rating for Gator Bowl coverage.[4] The production earned a 38.1 rating in Buffalo and 17.7 rating in Pittsburgh, to lead all markets.[3] NBC had an airplane flying overhead to provide bird's-eye views of the rink, including a live webstream from its camera throughout the game.[5] The announcers stood in a constructed perch on the penalty box side of the rink, in front of the stadium stands. In 2009, Dave Strader filled-in for Mike Emrick[6] on play-by-play for NBC because Emrick had come down with laryngitis. On January 3, 2009, the NHL reported that the overnight television ratings had increased 12% over the 2008 game. Nationally, the game had 2.9 overnight rating and a 6 share. In Chicago, Thursday's game drew a national high of an 11.8 rating and 21 share, with Detroit second at 10.5 and 21 (this despite that yet again, a Michigan-based team was playing in the Capital One Bowl opposite the Winter Classic—this time the Michigan State Spartans). Other above-average markets included Buffalo (whose 10.1 rating/20 share was comparable to Detroit's), St. Louis (5.3/10), Pittsburgh (4.4/8), Denver (4.2/10), Providence (3.5/7), Indianapolis (3.4/6), West Palm Beach (3.3/6), and Orlando (3.2/5).[7] Each overnight ratings point equals about 735,000 TV homes.[8] On January 12, the final ratings figure was announced. There was an average of 4.4 million viewers of the game on NBC, and this was the largest since the February 23, 1975 match between the Philadelphia Flyers and the New York Rangers.[9] Canadian television (English) Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts 2010 CBC[10] Jim Hughson Craig Simpson Glenn Healy and Elliotte Friedman Ron MacLean Don Cherry 2009 CBC Jim Hughson Craig Simpson and Greg Millen Elliotte Friedman Ron MacLean Don Cherry 2008 CBC Jim Hughson Craig Simpson and Greg Millen Elliotte Friedman Ron MacLean Don Cherry 2003 (Heritage Classic) CBC Chris Cuthbert Greg Millen and Glenn Healy Scott Oake Ron MacLean Don Cherry Notes The CBC television broadcast of the 2003 Heritage Classic set the record for most viewers of a single NHL game with 2.747 million nationwide. This was the first NHL game broadcast in HD[11] on CBC. Canadian television (French) Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Ice level reporters Studio host Studio analysts 2010 RDS Michel Y. Lacroix Norman Flynn Renaud Lavoie Yanick Bouchard Bob Hartley 2009 RDS Pierre Houde Benoit Brunet Chantal Machabée Alain Crête Michel Bergeron, Joel Bouchard and Jacques Demers 2008 RDS Pierre Houde Yvon Pedneault Chantal Machabée Alain Crête Benoit Brunet, Michel Bergeron and Jacques Demers 2003 (Heritage Classic) RDS and SRC (simulcast) Pierre Houde Yvon Pedneault References ^ Your Announcers and Open Thread For the 2010 Winter Classic ^ Milbury Off Winter Classic Coverage? ^ a b "TV ratings bonanza for Winter Classic". Associated Press. 2008-01-02. http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/22476623/. Retrieved 2008-02-16.  ^ Zelkovich, Chris; McGran, Kevin (2008-01-03). "'Ice Bowl' proves to be hot ticket for league, NBC". Toronto Star. http://www.thestar.com/Sports/article/290571. Retrieved 2008-02-01.  ^ "NBC Sports to broadcast first U.S. outdoor game in NHL history on New Year's Day". NBC Sports. 2007-12-27. http://www.lvtsg.com/news/publish/hockey/article_20520.shtml. Retrieved 2008-02-16. [dead link] ^ "Emrick to miss Bridgestone Winter Classic". NHL.com. 2008-12-31. http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=401157. Retrieved 2008-12-31.  ^ NHL WINTER CLASSIC ON NBC DELIVERS BEST REGULAR SEASON OVERNIGHT IN NEARLY 13 YEARS. NBC press release. 3 January 2009. ^ Kuc, Chris (January 3, 2009). "Winter Classic draws impressive ratings". Chicago Tribune. http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/hockey/blackhawks/chi-04-classic-ratingsjan04,0,5533012.story.  ^ "Wings' game draws largest TV audience in 33 years". Detroit News. January 12, 2009. http://www.detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090112/SPORTS0103/901120431/1361. Retrieved January 12, 2009.  ^ HNIC Has the 2010 Winter Classic Covered ^ CBC Sports HDTV to make debut External links 2008-09 NHL National TV Commentator Crews v • d • e NHL outdoor games Heritage Classics 2003 (Montreal vs. Edmonton) · 2011 (Montreal vs. Calgary) Winter Classics 2008 (Pittsburgh vs. Buffalo) · 2009 (Detroit vs. Chicago) · 2010 (Philadelphia vs. Boston) · 2011 (Washington vs. Pittsburgh) See also Broadcasters · HBO's 24/7   Links to related articles v • d • e NHL on NBC Related programs NHL on USA Related articles Ratings • History of the NHL on United States television • Stanley Cup Finals television ratings Commentators All-Star Game • Stanley Cup Eastern Conference Finals • Stanley Cup Western Conference Finals • Stanley Cup Finals • Winter Classic Key figures Marv Albert • Bill Clement • Bob Costas • Chris Cuthbert • Bill Cullen • John Davidson • Win Elliot • Mike Emrick • Ray Ferraro • Cammi Granato • Brian Hayward • Brett Hull • Ted Lindsay • Bill Mazer • Brian McFarlane • Pierre McGuire • Peter McNab • Mike Milbury • Bob Neumeier • Eddie Olczyk • Darren Pang • Bill Patrick • Dan Patrick • Tim Ryan • Jim Simpson • Dave Strader Stanley Cup Finals 1966 (Games 1, 4) • 1973 (Games 1, 4-6) • 1974 (Games 3, 6) • 1975 (Games 2, 5) • 2006 (Games 3-7) • 2007 (Games 3-5) • 2008 (Games 3-6) • 2009 (Games 1, 2, 5-7) • 2010 (Games 1, 2, 5, 6) • 2011 (Games TBD) All-Star Game 1973 • 1974 • 1975 • 1990 • 1991 • 1992 • 1993 • 1994 Winter Classic 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 Culture/Lore Peter Puck • Flyers–Penguins rivalry • Flyers–Rangers rivalry v • d • e Hockey Night in Canada Related programs La Soirée du hockey • Howie Meeker's Hockey School • Making the Cut: Last Man Standing • Kraft Hockeyville Related articles CNR Radio • Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission • Stanley Cup Finals television ratings Commentators List of commentators • All-Star Game • Stanley Cup Eastern Conference Finals • Stanley Cup Western Conference Finals • Stanley Cup Finals • Winter Classic Key figures Steve Armitage • Scotty Bowman • Cassie Campbell • Guy Carbonneau • Don Cherry • Bob Cole • Ward Cornell • Marc Crawford • Chris Cuthbert • Keith Dancy • John Davidson • Gary Dornhoefer • Patrick Flatley • Elliotte Friedman • Danny Gallivan • John Garrett • Bob Goldham • Glenn Healy • Bill Hewitt • Foster Hewitt • Dave Hodge • Kelly Hrudey • Jim Hughson • Bobby Hull • Dennis Hull • Dick Irvin, Jr. • Dan Kelly • Mark Lee • Ron MacLean • Jeff Marek • Brian McFarlane • Wes McKnight • Howie Meeker • Greg Millen • Scott Morrison • Harry Neale • Scott Oake • Gerry Pinder • Walter Pratt • Mickey Redmond • Glenn Resch • Jim Robson • Scott Russell • Steve Shutt • Craig Simpson • P. 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