Post Tagged with: "NHL Ratings"

TV Ratings: Greenbrier Classic Up, But Trails 2012 (Also: Tour de France, NHL Draft)

Overnight ratings for the PGA’s Greenbrier Classic increased dramatically from last year, but the event did not fare as well compared to two years ago.

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2014 Stanley Cup Final Down, But Among Most-Watched in 20 Years

Though unable to match the torrid pace set last season, the 2014 Stanley Cup Final was among the most-watched in two decades.

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Stanley Cup TV Ratings: Kings’ Coronation Best Game 5 in Six Years

It was not even the top game of the series, but the clinching Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final still hit a multi-year high on NBC.

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Stanley Cup TV Ratings: Kings/Rangers Doing Well Through Four Games

Though still well below last year, the 2014 Stanley Cup Final has been a more-than-respectable draw for NBC and NBCSN.

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Stanley Cup Overnights: Game 4 Down Big, But Good For NBCSN

Though down big from last year’s game on NBC, the fourth game of the Stanley Cup Final did well for NBCSN.

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Stanley Cup TV Ratings: Fewer Than 3.0M For Kings/Rangers Game 3

The third game of the Stanley Cup Final attracted soft numbers on NBCSN.

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Stanley Cup Overnights: Rangers/Kings Game 3 Sinks on NBCSN

After the Stanley Cup Final hit an albeit inflated high in Game 2, a move to NBCSN resulted in a series-low for Game 3.

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Stanley Cup TV Ratings: Belmont Boosts Rangers/Kings to Multi-Year High

With a potent lead-in from The Belmont Stakes, Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final hit multiple multi-year highs.

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Stanley Cup TV Ratings: Pretty Good Start As 4.8M Watch Rangers/Kings Game 1

Though not much higher than Boston/Vancouver three years ago, Game 1 of the ballyhooed New York/Los Angeles Stanley Cup Final got off to a good start on NBC.

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Stanley Cup Overnights: Rangers/Kings Opener Down, But Good, For NBC

The numbers would have been much stronger had the Blackhawks advanced, but Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final still did well enough for NBC.

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