Sabres on MSG?
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10-02-2013, 08:41 AM
Join Date: Aug 2011
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I guess this is a good place to provide the breakdown:
Under current NHL rules, a team may not broadcast more than 50-60 games outside of their designated market area (DMA). They are allowed to fully serve their DMA.
, this is the NYC Tri-State area (including the Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island and The Bronx, northern and central New Jersey and Fairfield County, Connecticut). For the
, this is everything north of Sullivan, Ulster and Dutchess counties.
In addition to the NHL restriction, MSG Network agreed with the Sabres not to air a single Rangers, Islanders, or Devils game west of Syracuse. On the other side of the coin, MSG Network does not air a single Sabres game in the Tri-State area.
So bottom line, if you're north of Sullivan, Ulster and Dutchess counties and east of Syracuse, you'll get all Sabres games and some Rangers games. If you're west of Syracuse, you're SOL.
This is BS, socialistic, social engineering.
Those of you in the Albany, Central NY, and Adirondaks/North County, how many Ranger games do you get AND is this Sabre nonsense actually brainwashing people to be more Sabre orientated?
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