Canada's Rogers to stream NHL team networks a la carte

In yet another example of a Canadian pay-TV operator making a forward-looking move, Rogers Communications will take its six hockey fueled regional sports networks direct-to-consumer.

That's right, eh.

The six Sportsnet channels, all of which with relationships with different NHL teams, will offer, starting Friday, streaming packages for C$24.99 a month ($19.28). 

Reuters has a full report on Rogers' plan here

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