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11-08-2012, 05:29 AM
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Will you be paying for content access? If so - and providing you're in the USA or any other country where NHL have not sold internet broadcast rights to other broadcasters ( like they have in Scandinavia), you can download the NHL Gamecenter App, and use that to watch content. For most games you can select the MSG feed. Note that geo-blackouts could possibly apply. As for illegal streams, they always show up around game time, but aren't guaranteed to work on your iPad.

You will need an existing Internet connection to be able to use Apple TV. Full requirements. How fast your connection needs to be, depends on the content you're trying to view. Last year The NHL GCL supported the ranges 300 kbps - 3 mbps. I would reccomend that your connection is at least 5mbps down if you plan on streaming high quality content.

Using S-Video, VGA or HDMI cables from Apple you can connect your iPad to the TV. Similar solutions are available for Samsung Galaxy Tab and other tablets.

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