Sept. 27, 2017
COLUMBUS, Ohio – During the 2017-18 season, the No. 19 Ohio State men’s hockey team will have at least seven games televised nationally, with contests appearing on BTN and ESPNU.
Ohio State hockey will again be on the radio at 1460 AM in Columbus and online through Buckeye Vision. All Big Ten games, all postseason games involving the Buckeyes and select nonconference games will be broadcast.
In addition, game times have been announced for the season. An updated schedule is available online: go.osu.edu/mhkysked1718 and in the PDF above. (Note, times are subject to change, and a few are still TBA.)
The regular season opener at Wisconsin Oct. 6 will be broadcast by Fox Sports Wisconsin and available through BTN2Go for cable subscribers with BTN as part of their cable package.
At home, the game against Notre Dame Nov. 3 and both matchups in a series vs. Minnesota Dec. 8-9 will be televised by BTN. The Buckeyes’ road contests at Michigan Nov. 24, at Penn State Jan. 13 and at Minnesota Feb. 16 will also be shown by BTN. All BTN games will be available through BTN2Go for cable subscribers with BTN as part of their cable package.
The Buckeyes’ final road game of the regular season, at Minnesota Feb. 17, will be broadcast by ESPNU and available for mobile devices through Watch ESPN.
All Buckeye regular season home games not televised will be streamed through the BTN Plus subscription service on BTN2Go. Online coverage of road games varies and is controlled by the home school.
Links for television, streaming, radio and/or live stats will be available for each game on the men’s hockey schedule page on OhioStateBuckeyes.com and on the team’s gameday page: go.osu.edu/mhkygameday.
To purchase season, mini plan, or group tickets, please call 1-800-GOBUCKS or email Athleticsales@osu.edu to speak with an Ohio State Ticket Sales Representative. Single game tickets are also on sale now and can be purchased online go.osu.edu/MIH17single.
The Buckeyes kick off the season with an exhibition game vs. Ryerson at 4 p.m. Saturday in Value City Arena. The regular season begins at Wisconsin Oct. 6-7 with a Big Ten series, while the regular season home slate opens with games vs. Rensselaer Oct. 13-14.
Ohio State is coming off an NCAA Tournament appearance and was 21-12-6 overall, with an 11-8-1 mark in Big Ten play, last season. The squad ranked third nationally in scoring offense with 3.92 goals per game and led the NCAA on the power play, converting 31.6 percent of its chances.