OXFORD, Ohio - Miami Hockey fans who can't attend the RedHawks' home games in 2012-13 will have improved options for watching The Brotherhood online as Miami All-Access will be streaming home hockey games in High-Definition this season.

A total of 17 home games, including the exhibition Oct. 7, will be shown on Miami All-Access with the lone home game not being streamed the Feb. 15 matchup against Notre Dame, as that game is televised nationally on CBS Sports Network. The first nine home games of the season will be produced by Miami and will only be available through All-Access.

Starting with the Lake Superior series Dec. 7-8, the rest of Miami's home games will be produced by Classic Teleproductions (except Feb. 15) but will still be streamed on All-Access. In addition to the All-Access stream, all Friday home games starting Dec. 7 (except Feb. 15) will be shown live on Time Warner Cable Sports Channel and SportsTime Ohio (STO) while Saturday home games starting Dec. 8 will be televised on TWC Sports Channel but not STO.

Along with the HD All-Access stream, fans will also get to enjoy instant replay on their All-Access stream, something previously unavailable on Miami All-Access. Graphics will also be incorporated into the All-Access broadcast. Dave Allen, who has called Miami Hockey for several years on ONN, returns to the booth to provide the audio for the All-Access streams and will also provide commentary for the TWC Sports Channel broadcasts.

While fans can currently view All-Access streams on their computer and Android phones, Miami's iPad app will be released in the next few weeks, allowing RedHawk supporters the opportunity to watch live Miami events on their iPad tablets as well.

Fans have several options when purchasing Miami All-Access, starting with a one-month subscription for $9.95, a fourth-month package for $29.95 and a year-long subscription for $79.95. Miami is offering an early bird special until Oct. 6 where RedHawk fans can get 20 percent off the 12-month subscription, dropping the price to $59.95. To purchase All-Access, click here, while the early bird special can be found here. Over 100 home Miami sporting events will be streamed live during the year on All-Access while audio of hockey's road games is also part of the All-Access package.

For more information on Miami Hockey's TV and radio schedule, click here. Hockey's first All-Access stream is this Sunday, Oct. 7 when the RedHawks host Western Ontario in exhibition action.