As the seasons turn to autumn, hockey fans across the Delaware Valley anticipate what could be a red-letter year in Flyers history. New head coach Dave Hakstoll, the first NCAA coach to transfer directly to the NHL, has given new life to the now young Flyer organization, providing reason for optimism.
No matter who or where the Flyers play, fans can catch the orange and black on Verizon FiOS‘ smorgasbord of sports channels, from CSN Philly for local broadcasts to NBC and NBCSN for national games. CSN Philly is also the place to tune in to watch live postgame coverage, and hear reactions from Hakstoll and the players.
To hear about the most recent injury news, as well as line combination changes and team transactions, fans will want to invest in Verizon wireless’ high speed internet service. Verizon keeps fans in the loop with their teams, and helps users avoid the internet traffic of rush hour: the 7 PM prime time hour when students are studying and adults are surfing the internet after work.
For the best hockey coverage a puck fan could ask for, Verizon is the service to sign up for. With FiOS’ clear picture quality and extensive cable coverage, and the speed of Verizon wireless, fans will feel like they’re on the PECO Powerplay.
While this is a sponsored post by Verizon FiOS, all opinions are original.