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Great News !

For those who get NHL Network (Channel 399 on Bell Express Vu) next thursday's game vs Dallas (Oct.2) will be televised !!


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You don't have to subscribe to Center Ice to get that game on NHL Network? If that's the case....excellent

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You don't have to subscribe to Center Ice to get that game on NHL Network? If that's the case....excellent
We have the NHL Network on cable in Denver?

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Satellite dish?

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I have an ExpressVu satellite in Denver; so I have Canadian programming through the dish.

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I want to move to Denver and take Jori to every Avalanche home game.


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I want to move to Denver and take Jori to every Avalanche home game.

Can you say hacked account?

Either that or the Avs board is the dating show.

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Ahh, I just found out I'll have to miss half the game because I have a practise on Thursday night :mad:.

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I have an ExpressVu satellite in Denver; so I have Canadian programming through the dish.
Tell me more. I would seriously like to know as my house will be finished being built in January and I need to make a cable vs. satalite decision.

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When I was in Canada this summer I spent a couple summer days alone at my Aunt and Uncle's house in Sorel. So being a bit bored, I watched their ExpressVu dish for a while and I was hooked. When I got back to Denver, I did some research and I found a company in Montreal to purchase the equipment from. (Basically the receivers are what you will find with Dish Network). The major difference between an ExpressVu setup and a Dish Network setup is the position in which the dish is pointing since its a different satellite. The hardest part was finding someone to install the system. I must applaud the company the equipment was purchased from they were some patient and kind folks

The packaging I have is pretty basic. I'm able to get TSN, Sportsnet and The Score. My mom loves it because she can get her French Canadian programming. Now our house looks like a communications network

The price isn't too bad, in total we pay between 40-50 bucks a month for the programming.

So once I get bored with Thorne and Clement I can turn over to TSN

I personally wouldn't touch cable, but that's just my preference. My one regret is that half the televised DU games come on digital cable. Its a preference. I've had a dish around since 93 going back to the old c-band. I'm not a fan of cable, so I would endorse a dish, but I'm biased

Getting the Canadian hookup wasn't easy, but it will be worth it once the hockey season starts

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