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NBC Sports Network picks up Harvard-Saint Joseph's game

Thanks to the National Hockey League's continuing lockout, the Harvard-Saint Joseph's game on November 20 at Hagan Arena has been picked up by NBC Sports Network.

NBC Sports Network picks up Harvard-Saint Joseph's game

Thanks to the National Hockey League's continuing lockout, the Harvard-Saint Joseph's game on November 20 at Hagan Arena has been picked up by NBC Sports Network. The start time of the game has also been moved back half an hour to 8:00 p.m. Eastern.

NBCSN had originally been scheduled to show a hockey game in that timeslot.

St. Joe's also announced that the December 31 game at Drexel and the February 13 home game agaisnt Richmond will air on The Comcast Network. The Hawks will now have 15 games televised this season.

Harvard-St. Joe's is one of three games involving Ivy League teams that NBCSN has recently picked up to fill timeslots previously held by hockey. The others are St. Bonaventure at Cornell on November 14 and Vermont at Harvard on November 27.

More coverage

The latest schedule of televised Ivy League games for the season can be found on the league's website here.

Jonathan Tannenwald Philly.com
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