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NHL attendance, ratings have ‘never been stronger,’ says Commissioner Gary Bettman

The NHL’s 2023–24 regular season ratings netted an 8-year high, data shows



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While teams skate toward the Stanley Cup, the National Hockey League (NHL) netted a new ratings record for the 2023–24 regular season.


Appearing Thursday on “The Claman Countdown,” the league’s commissioner touted the game’s growth and continued success.



“Hockey as a game is in a great place,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said on “The Claman Countdown.” “The business has never been stronger from an attendance, from a ratings standpoint, and in terms of, I think we have over 70 national partners, it’s a good time to be associated with the game.”




The NHL saw an eight-year high for regular season ratings. Across platforms like ABC, TNT and ESPN, viewers per game jumped 8% year over year to an average of 504,000, host Liz Claman reported, citing Nielsen data.


Bettman attributed the trend to several developments in the sport.





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