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02-28-2017, 12:14 PM
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NBC Sports’ prime-time presentation of the 2017 NHL Stadium Series on Saturday on NBC, featuring the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins at Heinz Field, was the most-watched NHL regular-season game in three years, excluding Winter Classics, according to data provided by The Nielsen Company.

The Penguins’ 4-2 win against the rival Flyers (8:00 pm ET-11:00 pm ET) averaged 1.917 million viewers, up 13% vs last season’s prime-time NHL Stadium Series game between the Detroit Red Wings and Colorado Avalanche (1.698 million - 2/27/16), and was the most-watched regular-season non-Winter Classic game since the 2013-2014 season (PIT-CHI - 2.759 million - 3/1/14). The game delivered a 1.12 household rating, up 17% vs Red Wings-Avalanche (0.96).

Locally, the Penguins’ victory delivered a 16.3 rating in Pittsburgh, up 137% vs the Penguins 2015-2016 NBC regular-season rating (6.9). Philadelphia produced a 5.1 rating, up 12% vs. last season’s NBC average (4.6). NBC was the top network in both markets during the game. Digitally, the game set Stadium Series records for uniques (56,000) and LIVE minutes (2.3 million).

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With Youtube announcing their new tv service, what will become of TV ratings?

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None of this is at all accurate.
3rd in 2016, 4th in 2015, 1st in 2014 is not always near the top of the league?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/maurybr.../#54afde414ce9

Ok, thanks for clearing that up for us. Got anything else without evidence you want to tell is "not at all accurate"?

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NBC Sports has produced numerous NHL viewership milestones over the past 72 hours. Coming off of the most-watched non-Winter Classic regular-season game in three years (Flyers-Penguins on NBC on Saturday night), Sunday night’s Blues-Blackhawks game on NBCSN averaged 594,000 viewers to rank as the network’s most-watched non-exclusive regular-season telecast in nearly a year (WSH-PIT - 648,000 - 3/20/16).

In addition, last night’s Kings-Wild game on NBCSN delivered an 8.0 rating in the Minneapolis-St. Paul market to rank as the network’s highest-rated regular-season Wild game ever in the market. The 8.0 Minneapolis rating was up 150% vs 2015-2016 regular-season average for Wild games on NBCSN in the market (3.2).

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NHL 2016/2017 Regular Season TV Viewership Summary

NBC:

Game 1: 1.3M (PHI vs NYR) Friday 11/25/2016
Game 2: 1.1M (TOR vs DET) Sunday 1/1/2017
Game 3: 2.6M (STL vs CHI) Monday 1/2/2017
Game 4: 1.2M (WAS vs PHI) Sunday 1/15/2017
Game 5: 1.2M (DET vs NYR) Sunday 1/22/2017
Game 6: 0.7M (WAS vs LA) Sunday 2/5/2017
Game 7: 1.2M (MIN vs DET) Sunday 2/12/2017
Game 8: 1.0M (NYR vs WAS) Sunday 2/19/2017
Game 9: 1.3M (PIT vs DET) Sunday 2/19/2017
Game 10: 1.9M (PIT vs PHI) Saturday 2/25/2017
Game 11: 0.8M (DAL vs BOS) Sunday 2/26/2017

Average: 1.3M

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Game 1: 905k (CHI vs STL) Wednesday 10/12/2016
Game 2: 484k (SJ vs LA) Wednesday 10/12/2016
Game 3: 500k (PIT vs WAS) Thursday 10/13/2016
Game 4: 312k (NAS vs CHI) Friday 10/14/2016 (non - exclusive)
Game 5: 114k (TOR vs BOS) Saturday 10/15/2016 (non - exclusive)
Game 6: 170k (CHI vs PHI) Tuesday 10/18/2016 (non - exclusive)
Game 7: 383k (NYR vs DET) Wednesday 10/19/2016
Game 8: 130k (PHI vs BUF) Tuesday 10/25/2016 (non - exclusive)
Game 9: 94k (SJ vs ANA) Tuesday 10/25/2016
Game 10: 407k (NYR vs BOS) Wednesday 10/26/2016

Game 11: 111k (NYI vs TAM) Tuesday 11/1/2016
Game 12: 92k (ARI vs SJ) Tuesday 11/1/2016
Game 13: 267k (PHI vs DET) Wednesday 11/2/2016
Game 14: 516k (STL vs CHI) Wednesday 11/9/2016
Game 15: 193k (DET vs TAM) Tuesday 11/15/2016 (non - exclusive)
Game 16: 463k (WAS vs PIT) Wednesday 11/16/2016
Game 17: 160k (BOS vs STL) Tuesday 11/22/2016 (non - exclusive)
Game 18: 245k (TAM vs PHI) Wednesday 11/23/2016 (non - exclusive)
Game 19: 246k (SJ vs CHI) Wednesday 11/23/2016
Game 20: 380k (PHI vs BOS) Tuesday 11/29/2016 (non - exclusive)
Game 21: 141k (EDM vs TOR) Tuesday 11/29/2016
Game 22: 417k (NYI vs PIT) Wednesday 11/30/2016
Game 23: 244k (LA vs SJ) Wednesday 11/30/2016

Game 24: 454k (WAS vs BOS) Wednesday 12/7/2016
Game 25: 214k (NYR vs CHI) Tuesday 12/13/2016 (non - exclusive)
Game 26: 705k (PIT vs BOS) Wednesday 12/14/2016
Game 27: 292k (COL vs PHI) Wednesday 12/14/2016
Game 28: 263k (PIT vs LA) Friday 12/16/2016 (non - exclusive)
Game 29: 565k (PHI vs WAS) Wednesday 12/21/2016
Game 30: 464k (STL vs PHI) Wednesday 12/28/2016
Game 31: 181k (WAS vs NJ) Thursday 12/29/2016 (non - exclusive)

Game 32: 210k (NYR vs BUF) Tuesday 1/3/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 33: 272k (SJ vs LA) Tuesday 1/3/2017
Game 34: 514k (PHI vs NYR) Wednesday 1/4/2017
Game 35: 262k (CHI vs BUF) Thursday 1/5/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 36: 287k (ANA vs MIN) Sunday 1/8/2017
Game 37: 227k (STL vs BOS) Tuesday 1/10/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 38: 598k (WAS vs PIT) Wednesday 1/11/2017
Game 39: 282k (MIN vs MON) Thursday 1/12/2017
Game 40: 442k (CHI vs MIN) Sunday 1/15/2017
Game 41: 414k (PIT vs WAS) Monday 1/16/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 42: 172k (COL vs CHI) Tuesday 1/17/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 43: 447k (DET vs BOS) Wednesday 1/18/2017
Game 44: 186k (LA vs SJ) Wednesday 1/18/2017
Game 45: 193k (COL vs CHI) Monday 1/23/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 46: 219k (PIT vs STL) Tuesday 1/24/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 47: 496k (NYR vs PHI) Wednesday 1/25/2017
Game 48: 330k (MIN vs STL) Thursday 1/26/2017

Game 49: 441k (WAS vs BOS) Wednesday 2/1/2017
Game 50: 213k (LA vs COL) Wednesday 2/1/2017
Game 51: 269k (BUF vs NYR) Thursday 2/2/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 52: 219k (PHI vs STL) Monday 2/6/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 53: 144k (TBL vs LA) Tuesday 2/7/2017
Game 54: 697k (MIN vs CHI) Wednesday 2/8/2017
Game 55: 148k (PHI vs NYI) Thursday 2/9/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 56: 454k (MIN vs TBL) Friday 2/10/2017
Game 57: 495k (BOS vs MON) Sunday 2/12/2017
Game 58: 226k (CBJ vs NYR) Monday 2/13/2017
Game 59: 358k (DET vs STL) Wednesday 2/15/2017
Game 60: 195k (SJ vs FLO) Wednesday 2/15/2017
Game 61: 208k (BUF vs COL) Thursday 2/16/2017
Game 62: 560k (BUF vs CHI) Sunday 2/19/2017
Game 63: 421k (SJ vs BOS) Sunday 2/19/2017
Game 64: 444k (PHI vs WAS) Wednesday 2/22/2017
Game 65: 194k (CHI vs ARI) Thursday 2/23/2017
Game 66: 584k (CHI vs STL) Sunday 2/26/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 67: 548k (MIN vs LA) Monday 2/27/2017
Game 68: 140k (NYR vs WAS) Tuesday 2/28/2017 (non - exclusive)

Game 69: 671k (CHI vs PIT) Wednesday 3/1/2017
Game 70: 211k (BOS vs NYR) Thursday 3/2/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 71: 225k (COL vs STL) Sunday 3/5/2017
Game 72: 214k (WAS vs DAL) Monday 3/6/2017
Game 73: 215k (BUF vs PHI) Tuesday 3/7/2017 (non - exclusive)
Game 74: 388k (BOS vs DET) Wednesday 3/8/2017

Average: 332k


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@NBCSportsPR -

With a 0.56 overnight rating, last night’s Penguins at Blackhawks game is NBCSN’s best overnight for NHL since opening night - Blues-Blackhawks - which had a 0.74.

Local Ratings - Pittsburgh - 6.9 rating - Chicago - 3.6 rating.

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3rd in 2016, 4th in 2015, 1st in 2014 is not always near the top of the league?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/maurybr.../#54afde414ce9

Ok, thanks for clearing that up for us. Got anything else without evidence you want to tell is "not at all accurate"?
Not the part that I was disputing. The idea that the Red Wings are horribly unpopular in Detroit is seemingly based on nothing... they are to (white) Millennial Michiganders what the Tigers are to (white) Baby Boomer Michiganders.

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Not the part that I was disputing. The idea that the Red Wings are horribly unpopular in Detroit is seemingly based on nothing... they are to (white) Millennial Michiganders what the Tigers are to (white) Baby Boomer Michiganders.
Oh yeah? Where does GenX fit in then (1960-1980)?

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Oh yeah? Where does GenX fit in then (1960-1980)?
I was using the broader definition a baby boomer that pushes it out to the mid-sixties, however I would say the younger members of Gen X who don't really remember the Tigers World Series victories fall in with the millennials whereas the older members would be aligned with the Boomers.

And of course the caveat that we are speaking in very broad generalities here.

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1.7 Million Canadians tune in to TSN’s TRADECENTRE, Making it Canada’s #1 Choice for NHL Trade Deadline Day Once Again

http://www.bellmedia.ca/pr/press/1-7...ay-once-again/

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The average audience for TRADECENTRE delivered nearly double the audience of its closest competitor on Deadline Day in the same time period (8 a.m. ET – 6 p.m. ET).

Audience levels peaked with 332,000 viewers at 2:47 p.m. ET as TRADECENTRE entered into the final minutes of the NHL Trade Deadline window. TSN’s TRADECENTRE broadcast also made TSN the most-watched specialty channel in Canada on Wednesday.

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I was using the broader definition a baby boomer that pushes it out to the mid-sixties, however I would say the younger members of Gen X who don't really remember the Tigers World Series victories fall in with the millennials whereas the older members would be aligned with the Boomers.

And of course the caveat that we are speaking in very broad generalities here.
Just so you understand that someone who graduated from high school when Reagan took office views that Baby Boom stretch as going out too far. We were little tykes when they were staging their revolution! Heck, even Killion was on the younger side, though he really is a Boomer.

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Just so you understand that someone who graduated from high school when Reagan took office views that Baby Boom stretch as going out too far. We were little tykes when they were staging their revolution! Heck, even Killion was on the younger side, though he really is a Boomer.
... huh?... but yes, I grew up in the 60's but not a teenager until the 70's, and while considered part of the Baby Boom Generation having been born in the 50's, there was a "split". Those who were born earlier in the 50's called the "We Generation" whereas the teenagers & young adults in the 70's referred to as the "Me Generation"... thats right, "Me first". Selfish, self absorbed, spoiled. Problem? Eat me..... as music is a reflection of generational angst, my era of 70's progressive rock as opposed to the formerly AM radio band fluff of the 50's through mid 60's a reflection of those changing dynamics within the Baby Boom Generation itself. Seriously "out there" stuff that began around 66/67 & was in full flight by the early through mid-70's. By the late 70's & early 80's however, kids born in the 60's & 70's and coming of age during the MTV era, clock turned back to a generally more conservative, 50's "Atomic Era" with the popularity of deconstructive Punk Rock, New Wave with bands like Devo & the B-52's etc riding the crests, wave's of change. Through the 80's, 90's & 00's, really quite a shock to my generation just how way-back & conservative the clock's been turned back on so many levels while on other levels, progressive, enlightened. All cyclical though, generationally, musically, in terms of fashions, politically etc.


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1.7 Million Canadians tune in to TSN’s TRADECENTRE, Making it Canada’s #1 Choice for NHL Trade Deadline Day Once Again

http://www.bellmedia.ca/pr/press/1-7...ay-once-again/
So the 1.7 is some playing with numbers I take it? No more than 330,000 were watching at any one time?

Just seems so ridiculous to devote an entire day to a silly deadline.

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Just so you understand that someone who graduated from high school when Reagan took office views that Baby Boom stretch as going out too far. We were little tykes when they were staging their revolution! Heck, even Killion was on the younger side, though he really is a Boomer.
I think that demographers use the 1946-1964 range for boomers because that corresponds to the period where birthrates remained high and you saw those 7-8 kid families who had massive age gaps between the oldest and youngest members. Gen X is supposed to correspond with a period of low birth rates ushered in by family planning and the rise of the nuclear family and Millennials were the products of an "echo boom" that occurred as Baby Boomers had children.

Social scientists have attempted to delineate between the "Woodstock generation" of Boomers and the so-called "Generation Jones" that comprised those born in the late 50's and early 60's who were aware of the Woodstock crowd's idealism but grew up in the 70's and 80's... the "Jones" generation also takes some Gen Xers and the remainder is designated as the "MTV generation" or "latchkey generation" for sociological purposes. Eventually you will probably see Millennials divided similarly, with those born in the early-mid 80's who became adults in the Great Recession period being delineated from those born in the late 80's and 90's just entering the workforce today. The term "Oregon Trail Generation" has already been coined to refer to people born in the late 70's and early 80's for this purpose.


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I think that demographers use the 1946-1964 range for boomers because that corresponds to the period where birthrates remained high and you saw those 7-8 kid families who had massive age gaps between the oldest and youngest members. Gen X is supposed to correspond with a period of low birth rates ushered in by family planning and the rise of the nuclear family and Millennials were the products of an "echo boom" that occurred as Baby Boomers had children.

Social scientists have attempted to delineate between the "Woodstock generation" of Boomers and the so-called "Generation Jones" that comprised those born in the late 50's and early 60's who were aware of the Woodstock crowd's idealism but grew up in the 70's and 80's... the "Jones" generation also takes some Gen Xers and the remainder is designated as the "MTV generation" or "latchkey generation" for sociological purposes. Eventually you will probably see Millennials divided similarly, with those born in the early-mid 80's who became adults in the Great Recession period being delineated from those porn in the late 80's and 90's just entering the workforce today. The term "Oregon Trail Generation" has already been coined to refer to people born in the late 70's and early 80's for this purpose.
Sorry for the OT, but it was a UMich prof and his date range for GenX was 1960-1980. He was the first.
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So the 1.7 is some playing with numbers I take it? No more than 330,000 were watching at any one time?

Just seems so ridiculous to devote an entire day to a silly deadline.
Have you seen the nfl side shows?

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Game 1: 1.3M (PHI vs NYR) Friday 11/25/2016
Game 2: 1.1M (TOR vs DET) Sunday 1/1/2017
Game 3: 2.6M (STL vs CHI) Monday 1/2/2017
Game 4: 1.2M (WAS vs PHI) Sunday 1/15/2017
Game 5: 1.2M (DET vs NYR) Sunday 1/22/2017
Game 6: 0.7M (WAS vs LA) Sunday 2/5/2017
Game 7: 1.2M (MIN vs DET) Sunday 2/12/2017
Game 8: 1.0M (NYR vs WAS) Sunday 2/19/2017
Game 9: 1.3M (PIT vs DET) Sunday 2/19/2017
Game 10: 1.9M (PIT vs PHI) Saturday 2/25/2017
Game 11: 0.8M (DAL vs BOS) Sunday 2/26/2017
I don't think you will see Dallas invited back to the main NBC game anytime soon.

60% of that audience came from Boston and Providence.

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So the 1.7 is some playing with numbers I take it? No more than 330,000 were watching at any one time?

Just seems so ridiculous to devote an entire day to a silly deadline.
ESPN devotes broadcast time to the NFL combine. Which is dumber? I say what ESPN is broadcasting.

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ESPN devotes broadcast time to the NFL combine. Which is dumber? I say what ESPN is broadcasting.
I always say to my wife, relativity is not a defense. The stupidity of the broadcasting the NFL combine does not diminish the stupidity of trade deadline day coverage.

Then there's Bob McKenzie's mid-season draft preview......

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Viewership Numbers - United States - NBCSN - Philadelphia Flyers at Buffalo Sabres - Tuesday, March 7.

Pre-Game - 6:30 pm ET - 7:01 pm ET - 63,000. Game - 7:31 pm ET - 10:13 pm ET - 215,000. Post-Game - 10:13 pm ET - 11:00 pm ET - 119,000.

https://sportstvratings.com/wwe-smac...h-7-2017/7711/

Viewership Numbers - United States - NBCSN - Detroit Red Wings at Boston Bruins - Wednesday, March 8.

Pre-Game - 7:00 pm ET - 8:03 pm ET - 112,000. Game - 8:03 pm ET - 10:43 pm ET - 388,000. Post-Game - 10:43 pm ET - 11:30 pm ET - 139,000.

https://sportstvratings.com/celtics-...h-8-2017/7722/


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Nbcsn actually gain a million plus homes in the past month while espn and fs1 continue to lose homes. Nbcsn is expected to gain 2 more million homes real soon which will surpassed fs1 and get closer to espn numbers.

https://sportstvratings.com/how-much...stimates/7680/

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So the 1.7 is some playing with numbers I take it? No more than 330,000 were watching at any one time?

Just seems so ridiculous to devote an entire day to a silly deadline.
I used to watch that all day in the pre-cap days, those deals were such a beauty to watch.

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