2022-23 Kings broadcast schedule, including 73 regular season games with Bally Sports West

Hope you enjoyed your first day of camp, insiders!

As announced earlier today in a syndicated release, the L.A. Kings have a full 2022-23 broadcast schedule, including a roster of 73 regular season games broadcast via Bally Sports West. Combined with the already released national schedule, all 82 regular season games this season will be broadcast on TV locally for Kings fans to participate in. In addition, the team announced that, as always, all 82 matches will be broadcast via iHeartRadio on Los Angeles’ Kings iHeartRadio Network, as well as a selection of home games on Tu Liga Radio in Spanish.

As announced earlier this month, Kings will be shown via national broadcast nine times this season, with matches on ESPN, ESPN+ and TNT, starting on opening night, that will be part of ESPN’s double season opener on Tuesday, October 11th. . .

Complete, 82 games brThe oadcast schedule is available below –

In addition to the 73 regular season games, Bally Sports West will also broadcast two home games with the Kings broadcast crew – October 2 vs. Anaheim at the Crypto.com Arena and October 6 vs. Vegas in Utah. The two additional pre-season games against the Ducks will also be broadcast by Bally’s production, although it will feature an Anaheim broadcast crew. In total, the team’s last four pre-season games will be televised locally at the Los Angeles Market.

The Kings broadcast crew won’t change this season, as the duo Alex Faust and Jim Fox will be back together on TV and Nickson and Daryl Evans back together on radio. For matches on the Tu Liga, Francisco X. Rivera and Nano Cortés resume their roles in calling selected Spanish-language home games.

He will join Faust and Fox as part of the telecast by Patrick O’Neill, who will return as host of L.A. Kings Live, alongside former Kings players Garrett Stoll and Derek Armstrong. Additionally, Carlin Bathy is back for her fifth season to provide interviews, reports, and social media updates surrounding Home & Road TV broadcasts. From Bally Sports West’s production center, Stephen “Hoover” Dorfman will begin his 14th season on Kings Television, where he serves as producer, and Mike Hassan will once again direct television broadcasts, a position he has held since 1995.

On the radio side, Jesse Cohen hosts a pre-contact show before picking Kings games, including all of the home-streamed games. The pre-season show will begin on October 2, opposite Anaheim. Plus, your car will really contribute to the first bit of breaks alongside Nickson, both at home and on the road.

From the official statement –

The L.A. Kings and Bally Sports West have released their regular season television schedule featuring 73 games for the 2022-23 campaign, and 75 total competitions, Kings Senior Vice President Marketing, Communications and Content Michael Altieri and Bally Sports West General Manager/Senior Vice President Rebecca Schulte announced.

The Kings also announced today that all Kings pre-season, regular season and post-season competitions will once again be broadcast live on the LA Kings iHeartRadio audio network, a dedicated station available on iHeartRadio, and select home games in Spanish will be broadcast on KWKW 1330 AM Tu Liga Radio for a season. else.

All 82 Kings regular season games this season will be broadcast locally or on national television with coverage of regular seasonal matches for the LA Kings Hockey on Bally Sports West as the Kings-Seattle Kraken kicks off at the Crypto.com Arena on Thursday, October 13, Game Two club this season. Game time is 7:30 p.m. as the Kings wrap up a two-game home game (the Kings-Vegas Golden Knights season/opening season will be broadcast at home on Tuesday, October 11, on ESPN and ESPN+).

The 2022 Kings pre-season on Bally Sports West kicks off with two special pre-season Kings program of “home” matches: October 2 vs. the Ducks, and October 6 vs. Vegas from Salt Lake City. The Kings-Ducks pre-season game will also be broadcast on October 4 in Anaheim on Bally Sports SoCal (Ducks broadcast) as well as the Kings-Ducks game at the Crypto.com Arena on October 8 (Ducks – Bally Sports SoCal broadcast).

Matches this season will be broadcast on Bally Sports West and Bally Sports SoCal.

And also back in the list of TV shows “LA Kings Weekly”. The show takes Kings fans behind the scenes with exclusive interviews, unique features, and more. The half-hour show begins October 20 at Bally Sports West right after the LA Kings-Pittsburgh Penguins competition. A special preview of the Kings season begins at Bally Sports West on October 6.

Kings programs broadcast on Bally Sports West, Bally Sports SoCal and KCOP TV will be streamed live on the Bally Sports app and on ballysports.com when viewers authenticate through the pay-TV service. New this season, Kings games will also be available on Bally Sports+, Bally Sports’ all-new independent streaming subscription service that gives fans a new way to watch their favorite teams. Fans can visit ballysportsplus.com to learn more and sign up starting September 26th.

This year’s broadcast schedule on KWKW 1330 AM Tu Liga Radio will be announced at a later time. For the second year in a row, the games will be available via Tu Liga Live Stream (tuligaradio.com) simultaneously for regular radio broadcasts.

As previously announced, the following Kings games will be broadcast nationwide:
ESPN/TNT: 10/11 vs. Vegas (ESPN, ESPN+); 10/18 in Nashville (ESPN, ESPN+); 11/16 @Edmonton (TNT); 1/11 against San Jose (TNT); 2/17 @anaheim (ESPN); 4/4 v Edmonton (ESPN); ESPN+/Hulu Exclusive: 11/8 vs. Minnesota (ESPN+/Hulu); 11/10 vs Chicago (ESPN + / Hulu); 1/3 against Dallas (ESPN + / Hulu).

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