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08-08-2010, 06:58 AM
Join Date: Aug 2009
Saturday August 21: Eisbären Berlin-Djurgården, o2 World, 14:00
Wednesday August 11: Malmö-Frölunda, Malmö Arena, 19:00
Thursday August 12: Frölunda-HV71, Frölundaborg, 19:00
Saturday August 14: Färjestad-Djurgården, Coffee Queen Arena, Arvika, 16:00
Saturday August 21: Eisbären Berlin-Djurgården, o2 World, 14:00 [still to be negotiated]
Wednesday August 25: Linköping-Jokerit, Cloetta Center, 19:00
Fruday August 27: HV71-Tappara, Aplarinken, Värnamo, 19:00
Saturday August 28: Djurgården-Jokerit, Hovet, 16:00
Apart from the six – or seven games from the divisional play – to be show on tv, the play-off, ”Red Bull Salute” in Salzburg, will be shown live. Those games will be covered with ten cameras, produced in HD-quality and distibuted all over Europa.
Finnish side Oulun Kärpät will, in co-operation with Finnish internet-channel WebTV FInland produce all of Kärpäts four homegames live on the internet. For 7 Euro anyone, anywhere in the world can see Kärpät play Red Bull Salzburg, ZC Lions, SC Bern and Tappara in the tournament.
Czech television will also show all the homegames of Sparta Praha live. Sparta play Färjestad August 18, Djurgården August 20, Linköping August 21 and Mannheim August 25.
What about broadcasts in other countries?
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