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HBO hoping for more cameras, more access to Flyers, Rangers

HBO'S 24/7 is sadly not with the Flyers full time right now, meaning the current road trip out West won't be documented on the show, which debuts December 14 at 10 p.m. ET. But that's okay, because they're currently working on getting even more access to the Flyers and Rangers than they had a year ago with the Penguins and Capitals.

Via the Canadian Press:

Virtually the same 50 people who worked on last year's series are back again, including producers Scott Boggins and Bentley Weiner, and narrator Liev Schreiber.

But viewers can expect some changes. For one, HBO is hoping to gain even more access than it had a year ago, when it showed footage from inside the dressing rooms, training rooms, players' houses, team planes and even the NHL's video room on a disputed goal review.

"I can't really tell you what (else we'll do) yet because it's not approved, but we're hoping for other microphones and cameras in places outside the rink that'll give you a feel for everything that's being decided and going on," said Harmon.

More cameras! More microphones! Everything that's being decided!