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04-12-2009, 11:40 PM
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Out of town during the playoffs - how can I keep up?

Hey guys, I'm gonna be out of town during most of the first round. I won't have a computer with me, but I would like to keep up. So i figure the best bet is listening on the radio. However, I'm sure i wont have access to CJAD 800, so I was wondering if I could find the game on satelite radio or something? I'd appreciate any help.

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XM broadcasts all the games.

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Perfect. How do I access XM?

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Bruins flagship AM Radio station seems to come in loud and clear after dark just about anywhere in the eastern section of North America. 1030AM WBZ.

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I won't even be in North America.

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Perfect. How do I access XM?
you have to spend money. It's not worth it if you're just wanting to listen to hockey.

It's at least $30 for the radio itself then the subscription is around $15/month. If by out of town you mean you're still somewhere in Canada with a TV then you will probably have CBC which is broadcasting all Habs' playoff games.

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Will you be in cell phone territory?

An iPhone armed with a streaming radio app, accessing the Internet via the phone network.

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