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08-03-2008, 12:48 PM
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Habs Fans from Sask...Help!

Hey everyone,

I'm here in Regina doing some training at Depot and was wondering if you can get Habs games on TV here or is there a bar/pub in the city that will broadcast the games so I can go...HELP!

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satelite or rds (have to pay for it threw cable, shaw or sasktel)

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umm your best bet would probably be Boston Pizzas, The Pressbox on albert street, The 4 Seasons on arcola drive. thats about it.. theres not too many sports bars here in Regina sorry but one of those three should do the trick (also Satelite would probly be best)

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RDS is available from Coast to Coast on, I suppose every cable company charges different rates, but if it's 4 bucks in Scarborough on Rogers I figure that's the going rate out of the Q, but like the poster above said Boston Pizza carries all games...

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RDS is available from Coast to Coast on, I suppose every cable company charges different rates, but if it's 4 bucks in Scarborough on Rogers I figure that's the going rate out of the Q, but like the poster above said Boston Pizza carries all games...
Some carriers don't carry the station, depending on location. Windsor, for example, didn't have RDS available in the last few years. We finally got it later in the year, but it wasn't available when I first moved there.

RDS online is probably you're best bet, though it's more expensive.

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satelite or rds (have to pay for it threw cable, shaw or sasktel)
I don't think he can get a satellite where he is

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How is your 24 weeks training for the RCMP going? Is it really that hard on the cardio?

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I don't think he can get a satellite where he is

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How is your 24 weeks training for the RCMP going? Is it really that hard on the cardio?
Take what you would expect it to be for cardio and multiply it by about 30 times

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Take what you would expect it to be for cardio and multiply it by about 30 times
hehe great thanks

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RDS and Centerice package.

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Take what you would expect it to be for cardio and multiply it by about 30 times
No **** ur training in the barracks? im working construction on the grounds

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In Regina you can get RDS on Access digital, SaskTel Max, Bell Expressvu, or Starchoice.

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In Regina you can get RDS on Access digital, SaskTel Max, Bell Expressvu, or Starchoice.
How long is your sentence in Regina ?
Go with RDS with your satellite dealer?
I have it for $4 a month with star choice in Edmonton.

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Hey everyone,

I'm here in Regina doing some training at Depot and was wondering if you can get Habs games on TV here or is there a bar/pub in the city that will broadcast the games so I can go...HELP!

Thanks
Take it easy on your wallet and watch the games online for free.

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Take it easy on your wallet and watch the games online for free.
I think you need to pay to watch games on the rds.ca (just like last season during the playoff, RDS launch a new system. I think it was 3$ for each game or a package who included all the games for a flat price).

I don't think there is any legal third party program who can make you watch Habs games for free, and where he is, if it exist, I don't think he can use those kind of shadowy programs anyway

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SaskTel's Max digital cable package has RDS on their basic Sports package, with TSN, The Score, ESPN Classic, Speed, NFL Network, TSN alternate and some other channel I can't remember. Sportsnet West is part of the basic cable package in case you're wondering.

So the cheapest way to get RDS? Get SaskTel's Max, get basic cable (24 channels) and pay $5 for the basic sports package.

Shaw I believe you have to find RDS on a separate package that is either French language exclusive or a specialized sports package. ExpressVu I know it's part of a French language package. SaskTel's is the most useful if you only speak English and aren't looking to blow all your money on sports networks.

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No **** ur training in the barracks? im working construction on the grounds

Yeah there's a lot of construction going on right now. New mess and revisions to the drill hall. I'm there until Jan 12

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