PROGRAMMING ALERT: Alternate channel listings for Tampa Bay Lightning games on Oct. 18, Oct. 20

TAMPA, Fla. (Oct. 17, 2018) – FOX Sports Sun, the regional television home of the Tampa Bay Lightning, announced the Lightning vs. Detroit Red Wings game on Thursday, Oct. 18 and Lightning at Minnesota Wild game on Saturday, Oct. 20 will each be made available on the FOX Sports Sun alternate channel for select television providers. The broadcast will feature the Lightning Live pregame show a half hour before puck drop, in addition to streaming live on the FOX Sports app.

Below please find alternate channel numbers on which each game can be found in the Tampa Bay television market:

Oct. 18 vs. Detroit Red Wings

DISH CH. # 444

DISH HD CH. # 9514

DISH HOPPER CH. # 412-32

DTV HD CH. # 653-1

AT&T CH. # 723

AT&T HD CH. # 1723

Oct. 20 at Minnesota Wild

DISH CH. # 446

DISH HD CH. # 9516

DISH HOPPER CH. # 412-34

DTV HD CH. # 653-1

AT&T CH. # 723

AT&T HD CH. # 1723

The game will appear on the regular FOX Sports Sun channel for all providers not listed above. For more information on the FOX Sports Florida and FOX Sports Sun alternate channels, click here.


FOX Sports Florida & FOX Sports Sun are the regional television homes of the Orlando Magic, Tampa Bay Rays, Miami Heat, Miami Marlins, Tampa Bay Lightning and the Florida Panthers. The regional sports networks have been fixtures in the homes of sports fans throughout the Sunshine State for over 30 years. Today, the networks combine to produce more than 700 live sporting events and over 300 studio based and original programs year round. FOX Sports Florida and FOX Sports Sun are committed to making a positive impact in the communities we serve by engaging our audiences and providing award winning TV and web coverage of Florida’s hometown sports teams. For more information, channel listings and how you can get involved with FOX Sports Florida / FOX Sports Sun, visit

Source: Fox Sports

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