C More Hockey

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C More Hockey
C More Hockey.svg
LaunchedAugust 27, 2010
Owned by C More Entertainment
(Telia Company)
Formerly calledCanal+ Hockey (2010-2012)
Website Norwegian site

Swedish site Danish site

Finnish site

C More Hockey is a hockey channel broadcasting in Sweden and Norway. The channel shows hockey from Sweden and other countries.

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