Two Games for Women, One Scrimmage for Men
NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Yale hockey season begins this weekend, and so does Yale All-Access coverage. The Yale Athletics Department has partnered with Stretch Internet for the third straight season to provide live video streams of home events on yalebulldogs.com. The Yale women’s hockey team gets things started with games against Niagara (Friday, 7 p.m.) and Northeastern (Saturday, 2 p.m.). The Yale men’s ice hockey team scrimmages Waterloo Saturday night at 7 p.m.
To view the games, please visit
and click on the link that says “Register”, or click on the link that says “Watch” next to the event you would like to order.
Access to each individual game is $8.95. Viewers can also purchase an individual season sport pass for $39.95 per sport. The best value is an all-inclusive full season pass, which grants viewers access to every available broadcast in 2011-12 (including basketball, football, hockey, lacrosse, soccer and volleyball). That is available for just $89.95.
Note that some games will not be available live on Yale All-Access due to television coverage.
Chelsea Janes ’12 returns for her third season as the voice of Yale women’s ice hockey, and she will handle play-by-play duties this weekend. Max Valenstein ’13 joins her as color commentator for Saturday night’s men’s hockey game. Evan Ellis ’12 will resume his role as the play-by-play voice of Yale men’s ice hockey in November.
Please note that all schedules are subject to change.