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09-16-2012, 08:29 PM
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Atas2000
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Originally Posted by chrisp200 View Post
With the labor disputes in the NHL, the KHL has it's best opportunity to show off it's league and it's players. I personally think that if the KHL did it right, many people in Canada and the States would at least follow the KHL a little bit. What is going on with the English speaker annoucer? and what else is the KHL doing to take advantage of the NHL crisis? I can tell you right now being from Pittsburgh, the fans here are obsessed with Malkin and a lot would watch him regularly if some sort of cable access was available or the streams were flawless. I know, I kind of rambled in this post, but I am excited to see how the KHL handles the situation.
There is acouple of possibilities to watch zthe games in the US as long as you pay. There are pay-per-view streams available on khl.ru and you actually can get KHL-TV in NA.

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