TYSON NASH TO WEAR MICROPHONE AGAINST VANCOUVER
TYSON NASH WEARS A MICROPHONE FOR NEXT TUESDAY'S
COYOTES/CANUCKS TELECAST ON FSN ARIZONA
GAME CAN ALSO BE SEEN IN HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION
For the third time this season, FSN Arizona will have a member of the Phoenix Coyotes wear a microphone during one of its telecasts -- and this time, it's the hard-hitting and fan favorite Tyson Nash's turn.
Nash will be fitted with the microphone when the Vancouver Canucks come to Glendale on Tuesday, Jan. 31 for a game that can be seen only on FSN Arizona. Throughout the game, viewers will be able to hear from Nash and gain insight into what he has to say to teammates, the opposition, referees and his coaches. The network's coverage gets started live from Glendale Arena at 6:30 p.m. with Coyotes Countdown, hosted by Todd Walsh. Curt Keilback & Darren Pang then have the call of the game.
Previously, Wayne Gretzky and Shane Doan have worn a microphone for FSN Arizona this season.
The telecast will also be made available in High Definition Television for viewers across the state of Arizona. The HD telecast can be seen on Cox Communications by its digital cable subscribers who have an HDTV set and HD Digital Converter on channel 722. For information on whether the game will be televised in HD on home satellite systems, viewers should contact their provider.
The Coyotes return to FSN AZ this evening when they are in St. Louis to take on the Blues. The telecast begins at 6 p.m. from the Savvis Center.
FSN Arizona continues to televise the most regional sports action in the state, airing approximately 1,200 hours of original local programming a year. The network is the exclusive cable television home of the Phoenix Coyotes, Phoenix Suns, Arizona Diamondbacks, Arizona Rattlers, University of Arizona, Arizona State University and the nightly Arizona Sports Report. The network is currently seen in 1.8 million households in Arizona & New Mexico and can also be seen across the country via home satellite services. Nationally, FSN reaches more than 81 million homes through its network of 20 regional sports channels.