MIAA Massachusetts High School Hockey

PHF Broadcast Coming to MHL

What a year it’s been!

After expanding from providing live streaming coverage of area high school and prep hockey games for the past seven years, we’ve expanded to offer live streaming of all high school sports under the name of bBIG Live, spanning from football, lacrosse, crew, baseball, tennis and even graduation ceremonies.

Next week, however, we return to our My Hockey Live roots and we’re excited to announce that we’ll be broadcasting our first professional hockey game as the Premier Hockey Federation, formally known as the National Women’s Hockey League, kicks off its 2021-22 season with a pre-season tilt between the Boston Pride and Toronto Six on Saturday, Oct. 30 at Falmouth Ice Arena and you can catch all the action as it unfolds on MHL.

My Hockey Live and bBIG Live offers friends, families, alumni, and fans who can’t make it to an event an easy way to watch events live with full commentary and replays as they unfold from their smartphone, laptop, tablet or big-screen TV no matter where they are.
The upcoming broadcast of the professional women’s PHF game comes on the heels of broadcasting a high school football game featuring St. John’s Shrewsbury and Xaverian from the new Polar Park, in Worcester, Mass., which is the new home of the WooSox.

Since the start of the fall sports season bBIG Live has broadcast nearly 30 games with more to come right up through the busy Thanksgiving weekend.

Games and events are also recorded which means that if you can’t catch the event live, you can go back and watch it at a time that is convenient for you.

If you’d like to learn more about how to have sports and events broadcast live, please reach out to Mark Igo at migo@bbigcommunications.com.

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