Phaneuf, Kaberle, Versteeg and Kadri will be playing according to Scott MacArthur.
Sens: "No Alfie Spezza Michalek Fisher Kovalev Phillips Gonchar Leclaire for 2 gms in Tor" per Steve Lloyd.
Good to see Captn D playin, and im excited to see Steegers first game in the Blue and White (God Bless those coulours) Hopefully Kadri takes Wilson's advice seriously and works on the defense tomorrow!
I agree sounds like they waited until almost the start of the season to bring this suit out, I wonder why they would do it, especially now.
In the B.C. Supreme Court suit, filed Sept. 14, the Richardsons lay out a long list of injuries to Dylan.The suit claimed Dylan Richardson, an autobody finishing technician in nearby Langley, B.C., was in downtown Vancouver on Feb. 20 when Grabovski punched him in the face.
Richardson lost consciousness and fell to the ground, the suit alleged.
"Immediately after striking the plaintiff Dylan Richardson with the intent to further humiliate and denigrate (him), the defendant assaulted and committed a battery on the plaintiff Brenna Richardson by punching (her) in the face," the court document said.
The suit alleged Dylan Richardson has suffered a head injury, multiple facial fractures requiring reconstructive surgery, a back injury, trauma to his mouth, teeth and eyes, memory loss, a change in personality and ongoing headaches, among other things.
The Richardsons are seeking damages for lost income and health-care costs, as well as punitive damages.
I have a feeling a couple of people might be mistaken about "Leafs TV Interactive" "freeview" or whatever they call it. You can watch the game on the internet through the main site (LTVI) if you live in the broadcast area. You don't have to be a 'customer' or subscriber to Leafs TV either, at least that's how it reads on the site. Just like watching the games on some other live online streams from less than legal sites, just higher quality...usually. It's only one game, but if you don't have a TV for whatever reason for the first game, you can always watch it on your computer, etc.
So ACC1224, you have to be in the broadcast area and have a computer with a relatively fast internet to watch. Being a customer of Leafs TV doesn't matter in this case.
As for how they know you're watching from within the broadcast area, it's most certainly done through your IP. So if you're using the internet on a computer outside the area, you won't be able to watch on LTVI. You'll have to look elsewhere online for streams that you can access while being out of town. You MIGHT be able to connect through a proxy server and trick your way into watching the game, but I wouldn't know and chances are the connection would be too slow for the live feed to be watchable.