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09-13-2011, 05:16 PM
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Originally Posted by Brockoli View Post
If there is no other way other than ~$50/month, save yourself a few bucks and get NHL Gamecenter and watch all the games streamed. The quality is great and you already have decent internet. You could even go one step further and get a Roku 2 box for <$100 and it hooks up to your tv and you can use that to stream NHL gamecenter.

Another alternative is, they are significantly cheaper (and have a lot of pre-season, rookie tournaments, world juniors, world champ, etc) but the legality is questionable so I'm not sure how long they'll be around. They also have a channel on Roku for easy streaming to your TV.

Blackout rules will kill him if he's in Ottawa and he orders NHL Gamecenter. No Saturday games, no Habs vs Sens, and the fact that Ottawa and Montreal's blackout regions overlap a little, so he could miss out on any TSN-televised regional Habs game as well. If the game is televised in his area, he won't get it.

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