Verizon to stream NHL All-Star game to its Android and certain BlackBerry models

Verizon to stream NHL All-Star game to its Android and certain BlackBerry models
Despite the absence of the NHL's leading scorer, Sid the Squid Crosby, from the All-Star game, this Sunday's match up still promises to bring to fans the usual All-Star game experience: goals, fancy passes, speed, just about everything but defense and the usual allotment of hard hits you would see in a regular season contest. If you're out and can't get to a television to watch Sunday's match up, you can always view a streaming video of the broadcast on your Verizon Android phone or certain BlackBerry models. All you need is to have the NHL Game Center LIVE app installed on your device.

Available exclusively to Vereizon customers, the NHL Game Center LIVE app costs $39.99 for the premium version of the app that includes video of up to 40 out of market games per week. A free version offers hockey fans scores, in-game stats, tweets from the NHL, standings and access to the league's new mobile web site. For $9.99, hockey fans can receive all of the free features plus condensed video of games, radio broadcasts and video highlights. All three versions of the app are available from the Android Market and through some BlackBerry models in App World.

Have a favorite team you are following to the Stanley Cup playoffs? If you're a Verizon customer, using the NHL Game Center LIVE app makes things easier whether you're at home, in the office or on the road.

source: Verizon


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