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Jan 29, 2007, 2:45 PM EST


High Definition Network’s flexible schedule features big stars and crucial games

NEW YORK and DALLAS – As the players return to the ice after the 2006-07 NHL All-Star break, HDNet announces their high-definition schedule for February, featuring some of the league's best teams, biggest stars and crucial regular season match-ups.

The network will maintain a flexible schedule over the remainder of the season, announcing coverage on a month-to-month basis.

“This February, our schedule features some of the hottest playoff chases happening all around the League,” said Mark Cuban, president and chairman of HDNet. “And, HDNet’s flexible schedule helps us stay on top of these hot races while our viewers get to reap the benefits!”

On February 3rd, HDNet will broadcast a marquee match-up between the two top teams in the West as the Anaheim Ducks travel to Nashville to take on the Predators. Local blackout restrictions are lifted in Nashville so for Predator fans, the only place to see this game is on HDNet!

In February, HDNet viewers will also get two chances to see the East leading Sabres, including a tilt against the defending Western Conference Champion Edmonton Oilers - who will be making their debut on HDNet on February 15th.

Then, it’s time for the New Jersey Devils and their nine-time NHL All-Star goaltender Martin Brodeur to make their HDNet debut – this time on Broadway against a Rangers team making a hard push for the post season.

On Saturday, February 24th the top spot in the Central Division hangs in the balance when Nicklas Lidstrom and the red-hot Detroit Red Wings take on Paul Kariya and the Nashville Predators.

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