Well, that would be too much of the good things, I guess
Anyway the game vs Lulea didn't seem to be an exciting match, but the next vs. Straubing Tigers in Straubing can be a tough one as Straubing is usually playing a hard game when it comes to body checks. I hope Brière is fine then already.
Too bad the next live stream is on Sunday 11/18/2012 5:45pm CET at servustv vs. Kölner Haie (Cologne Sharks) until then only radio.
Straubing Tigers vs. Eisbären Berlin, Friday 10/26/2012 7:30pm CEST (radio only)
Hannover Scorpions vs. Eisbären Berlin, Wednesday 10/31/2012 7:30pm CET (radio only)
Grizzly Adams Wolfsburg vs. Eisbären Berlin, Friday 11/2/2012 7:30pm CET (radio only)
Düsseldorfer EG vs. Eisbären Berlin, Sunday 11/4/2012 4:30pm CET (radio only)
Eisbären Berlin vs. Krefeld Pinguine, Friday 11/16/2012 7:30pm CET (radio only - home) [I heard you don't like penguins? ]
Kölner Haie vs. Eisbären Berlin, 11/18/2012 5:45pm CET (live stream ServusTV)
Originally Posted by 7475Fly
Wowsa, that's a lot of advertising.
Could be worse but looking at our payment for tickets it's half the amount Flyers fans have to pay at home. Well, ofc our players also don't get that much payed as in the NHL but still for 80-90 bucks noone would go and watch icehockey here, around 50€ for PO is already the limit many people are willing to pay.
It's like with free tv channels: it's free but full of advertising ^__^
Scott Hartnell is very close to an agreement with KalPa (Finnish Source).
If the lockout lingers and everything goes according to the plan Hartnell will play his first game November 15th when KalPa plays against TPS Turku at home. Three days later KalPa will face Blues Espoo in Kuopio.
His insurance will cost approximately 40.000€ per month but he will play with a minimum wage. Nashville Predators center Craig Smith plays as well in KalPa and his insurance costs about 10.000€ per month.
Grossmann is apparantly close to signing with a Swedish tier3 team, since Södertälje can't afford to pay his insurance costs.
He's practicing with the team, Åkers IF, and they're working on solving the money issue.
It's incredibly strange to me, since Grossmann will be pretty expensive to insure. The team is averaging a bit above 300 people per game. At like $15 per person.
Jonatan Ericsson has a slightly lower cap hit and two years less on his deal than Grossmann. Ericsson's insurance for his week with his youth team was around 100k SKR. 1 USD is 7SKR, so go figure what Grossmann would cost.
NHLers: Liberec: Ondrej Pavelec, Wayne Simmonds, Chris Stewart, Ladislav Smid (+ former NHLer Petr Nedved) Mountfield Ceske Budejovice: Andrew Ference, Vinny Prospal (edit: Prospal won't play today, he should appear for the first time on Sunday against Pardubice - David Krejci, Ales Hemsky, Jakub Kindl), Milan Michalek, Martin Hanzal
Edit: Simmonds with an assist on a goal by Petr Nedved, one minute after the beginning The announcer sounds like he has mistaken Wayne Simmonds and Chris Simon... Oh well. Edit2: Another point for Simmonds - he scored in the 2nd period.
Last edited by kudymen: 10-26-2012 at 02:02 PM.
Reason: Prospal info