WCHA.tv Half-Season Packages On Sale Now
League-wide passport available for $64.99; single-team package is $44.99
League-wide passport available for $64.99; single-team package is $44.99

EDINA, Minn. – Dec. 15, 2015 – With a tightly-contested men's Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) season setting the stage for another thrilling race for the MacNaughton Cup and league playoffs, the WCHA is pleased to offer half-season subscription packages for WCHA.tv, the league's online streaming platform.

Live and archived game broadcasts, all the way through the Broadmoor Trophy championship game, are available through the following WCHA.tv subscription packages:

  • League-wide Half-Season Pass ($64.99) – For less than $1 per game, fans receive live and archived access to a minimum of 88 and a maximum of 92 WCHA games, including: Every WCHA regular season league game, along with each team's non-conference home contests (that are played in the team's home arena), the league's postseason tournament and the 2016 WCHA Final Five.

  • Single-team Half-Season Pass ($44.99) – For fans who only want to watch their favorite team, this package delivers live and archived coverage for the selected team's non-conference home games (that are played in that team's home arena) and all WCHA regular season league contests (home and away). Note: Picture-in-picture and multi-view format are not available for this package.

League-wide nightly passes ($9.99) and single-team nightly passes ($7.99) will continue to be available throughout the second half of the 2015-16 season.

In partnership with industry leader Stretch Internet, WCHA.tv allows fans to watch all 10 league teams on just about any device – computer, tablet, phone and many Smart TVs – with a responsive experience customized for that particular medium. High-quality HD streams, when available from the originating arena, are viewable in multiple screen layout options (including picture-in-picture, multi-view format to watch up to four games simultaneously and full-screen video).

"With a pair of nationally-ranked schools and seven teams at or above .500 in league play, the second half of the 2015-16 season promises to be filled with all of the intensity, passion and excitement that are WCHA hallmarks," said WCHA Commissioner Bill Robertson. "We look forward to bringing our fans inside the race for the MacNaughton Cup via WCHA.tv!"

The first scheduled WCHA.tv games of the second half are set for the weekend of Jan. 2-3, 2016, when No. 12/13 Bowling Green hosts Clarkson and league play resumes with Bemidji State at Alaska.