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The NHL produces slate of original shows to fill gap until games return

The National Hockey League should be over a month into its playoffs by now, heading toward the Stanley Cup Finals. Instead, the puck hasn’t dropped since March 12. The league instead has lined up a slate of original shows to keep hockey fans entertained during the hiatus and to bring new audiences onto the ice, ranging from made-at-home videos with star players to classic game rewatches to even a cooking show. Each week the NHL is remotely producing three to four episodes of original shows that run from a half hour to an hour long. The programs that the NHL is producing include a weekly trivia show “Hat Trick Trivia” starring current NHL star P. K.

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