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Updated: Jul 5

TORONTO, Canada, July, 2 2024 Prime Monday Night Hockey announced today the 2024-25 regular-season Monday night schedule, which will commence Monday, October 14 with the first exclusive game on Prime Video between the Montreal Canadiens and Pittsburgh Penguins. The following Mondays feature the Tampa Bay Lightning facing the Toronto Maple Leafs, followed by the Maple Leafs against the Winnipeg Jets. Prime Monday Night Hockey will stream all national regular season Monday night NHL games in English for the 2024-25 and 2025-26 NHL seasons in Canada at no extra cost to Prime Members. Follow Prime Monday Night Hockey at @sportsonprimeca and download the schedule here

Last month, Prime Video and NHL Productions announced NHL Coast To Coast, a weekly whiparound studio show live on Thursday nights in Canada featuring live look-ins, highlights and expert analysis of every NHL game. Also, announced is the untitled docuseries with Box To Box Films - the producers of Drive to Survive - that will give unprecedented access to some of the NHL's most compelling players, all at different stages of their careers, as they embark throughout the season on the ultimate pursuit of glory - winning the coveted Stanley Cup. The series will feature in-depth interviews with key players, their rivals and those in their closest inner circles - teammates, coaches and family - revealing what life on and off the ice really is like for the League's top players. 

More information, including talent and production details, will be announced at a later date. Prime Monday Night Hockey will join the thousands of TV shows and movies in the Prime Video catalogue, Amazon Original series such as Saving Sakic, All or Nothing: Toronto Maple Leafs, Chosen One: Alexandre Daigle, other live events including ONE Championship and the NWSL, and award-winning and critically acclaimed global Amazon Original series including Reacher, The Lord of The Rings: The Rings of Power, and The Boys, all on Prime Video, which is available at no extra cost for Prime members.

(Poster/Photo/Video credit: Prime Video Canada)

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