NHL GameCenter Live comes to the iPad

Apple iPad owners got another chunk of live streaming video content made available to them this month when NHL GameCenter Live went live last week.

Authenticated broadband subscribers to the popular NHL package have full access to up to 40 games per week, with TV and radio broadcasts available. They also get in-game video highlights,  Ice Tracker and video to view highlights directly from the locations of goals, hits and saves on a virtual hockey rink,  video highlight reels recapping each game after it ends, and access to the NHL's video archive, with thousands of highlights covering every day during the current season. NHL GameCenter Live also supplies ; extensive player profiles with video highlights and detailed in-game stats; and condensed versions of every NHL game.

Fans can purchase the rest of the season for a prorated $119.

Both Boxee and Roku already have GCL, and the addition of the iPad to the NHL's devices list is a nod to the increasing popularity of the iPad, which Apple, in its earnings call this week, said it sold 7.3 million since it launched in April.

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