The National Ice Hockey League (NIHL) is pleased to confirm that this weekend’s Final Four – the last weekend of NIHL hockey for the 21/22 season – will be available to streaming viewers unable to be at the Skydome in Coventry in person.
Telford Tigers, Sheffield Steeldogs, Peterborough Phantoms and Milton Keynes Lightning are the semi finalists from the National Division, and they are joined on Sunday by Solway Sharks and Streatham IHC who will contest the NIHL1 National Championship game at lunchtime.
All four games from the Final Four showpiece will be streamed thanks to our broadcast partners BASN and ticketing partners TicketCo. Streaming packages are on sale from 7pm this evening via our portal:
A bundle of all four games from the weekend will cost £45.
Individual games are also available for purchase. National semi finals and Grand Final are £15 each. The NIHL1 Championship game is £10.
An NIHL spokesperson said: “We are pleased to offer the Final Four coverage to fans who can’t be with us in Coventry to celebrate the end of another fantastic NIHL season.
“Thank you to our members clubs and to Planet Ice for their help making it happen, and to our partners BASN and TicketCo.
“It’s shaping up to be a fitting conclusion to our season and we hope fans will join us rinkside if they can or tune in online and watch the Final Four with us.”
BASN are the broadcast partners for Final Four, and they are covering the event with commentary from the ‘Drop The Puck’ team, who have covered NIHL in its various forms for almost a decade.