National Hockey League to Offer Full-Length Playoff, Regular Season, and Classic Games Through Amazon Unbox

Just in
time for the NHL playoffs, hockey fans can now watch full-length games whenever
and wherever they want through the Amazon Unbox (http://unbox.amazon.com)
digital video download service. Hockey fans can download full-length
regular, post-season and classic games through Amazon Unbox.

Amazon
Unbox will offer three or more of the most exciting NHL games each week during
the regular season and playoffs, as well as classic NHL games. The first set of
games from the 2007 playoffs is now live and available through Amazon Unbox.
Games are available for download as soon as 48 hours after the final buzzer for
just $2.99. Dozens of classic games from the NHL’s rich history also are
available, including the 1994 Stanley Cup Final in which the New York Rangers
defeated the Vancouver Canucks, the 1993 Western Conference Final game between
the Toronto Maple Leafs and Los Angeles Kings featuring Wayne Gretzky, and the
1997 Stanley Cup Final in which the Detroit Red Wings topped the Philadelphia
Flyers.

“Sports
fans everywhere can now get their fix of exciting NHL action through Amazon
Unbox,” said Roy Price, Director of Amazon Unbox. “We’re excited to
add NHL games to our vast selection of new and classic movies and TV
shows.”

“By
teaming with Amazon Unbox we are giving our fans the flexibility to watch their
favorite NHL teams compete whenever they want,” said Keith Ritter,
President of NHL Interactive CyberEnterprises. “We are excited to make the
NHL experience available with the click of a mouse and to make it possible for
our fans to gain unprecedented access to this experience.”

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