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12-13-2010, 10:09 AM
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MTV3 is suppose to tele it in Finland but with them you never know.

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12-13-2010, 10:15 AM
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This is my first WJC with NHL Network, so I'm pretty pumped

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12-13-2010, 10:21 AM
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MTV3 is suppose to tele it in Finland but with them you never know.
Yeah, on MAX, which is pay-tv which is a no for me. Even if I had money for pay-tv, I wouldn't give a cent to to that network.

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12-13-2010, 10:34 AM
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MTV3 is suppose to tele it in Finland but with them you never know.
I know. It's **** everytime they broadcast hockey. They fail in camera angles... MTV3 MAX is ****.

Gonna find streams.

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12-13-2010, 06:03 PM
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Agreed. I've been in Canada the past two days and the sports coverage here is insane. Not only is there hockey on every night here, you guys televise more football games on Sunday than we do in the states.

That, and TSN Sportscentre whips the **** out of ESPN Sportscenter.
The funny thing is some canadians think espn is far better then tsn.

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12-13-2010, 06:07 PM
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Agreed. I've been in Canada the past two days and the sports coverage here is insane. Not only is there hockey on every night here, you guys televise more football games on Sunday than we do in the states.

That, and TSN Sportscentre whips the **** out of ESPN Sportscenter.
Yeah it's nice not having time shift rules for the networks. So if you have Bell you can get a ton of football games every Sunday. Even on basic cable I can usually get 4 or 5 different day games.

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12-13-2010, 11:48 PM
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Sadly, I get Sportsnet but not TSN. So TSN shows it for free on their website? That's gonna be awesome but I'll be in the US possibly when it starts so....what website can you watch it on in the US or do you have to stick to the flash streams?

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12-14-2010, 11:47 AM
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Agreed. I've been in Canada the past two days and the sports coverage here is insane. Not only is there hockey on every night here, you guys televise more football games on Sunday than we do in the states.

That, and TSN Sportscentre whips the **** out of ESPN Sportscenter.
I would think that with the NFL, it's partly because there is no regional blackouts and it's not like there is one team that everyone watches. If Toronto had an NFL team, I would imagine coverage might be a little different.. well at least in Toronto it would be.

And if you have never seen TSN coverage of the WJC, it's something to behold.

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12-14-2010, 11:53 AM
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TSN single handedly took a tournament no one cared about, no one watched, and turned it into something special. Good on TSN. Good for Canadians.
You are right.. whoever had this idea is a marketing genius. TSN makes millions every year off this thing and have created a tradition that is similar to HNIC. Imagine, based on the number of people that watched the overtime last year, that is just under on third of this country.

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12-14-2010, 01:33 PM
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You are right.. whoever had this idea is a marketing genius. TSN makes millions every year off this thing and have created a tradition that is similar to HNIC. Imagine, based on the number of people that watched the overtime last year, that is just under on third of this country.
On a week day too.
The day of the gold medal game must be the biggest sick day of the year in Canada.

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12-14-2010, 02:18 PM
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I kind of see it like our own March Madness. I mean, players who are obviously not in their prime and still in developpment but play their hearts out and it attracts a huge audience. And yeah coverage we've got some over here. Obviously there's NHLN and NBC in both countries but in the US there's Versus and that's it. We've got TSN, TSN2, RSN, CBC and well RDS and RIS here but that's not the case for everyone.

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I know. It's **** everytime they broadcast hockey. They fail in camera angles... MTV3 MAX is ****.

Gonna find streams.
I know SVT streams Swedens games on their web site. Not sure about the others though.

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12-14-2010, 03:12 PM
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In todays's day and age they must be broadcast somewhere on the web.

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12-14-2010, 03:58 PM
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I kind of see it like our own March Madness. I mean, players who are obviously not in their prime and still in developpment but play their hearts out and it attracts a huge audience. And yeah coverage we've got some over here. Obviously there's NHLN and NBC in both countries but in the US there's Versus and that's it. We've got TSN, TSN2, RSN, CBC and well RDS and RIS here but that's not the case for everyone.
Indeed. March Madness was probably the inspiration they modeled their WJC covered/project after. Of course there are glaring differences, you rarely get this type of fandom for amateur sports like you get with either. The Little League World Series may be a better comparable.

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12-14-2010, 04:01 PM
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To be honest I never understood the March Madness comparison.

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12-15-2010, 11:45 AM
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This is my first WJC with NHL Network, so I'm pretty pumped
Is it officially on this year? They actually do a pretty good job. Show all the TSN games and have their own coverage for the USA games. Plus this is one of the best times of the year to be a hockey fan (WJC and Winter Classic)

EDIT: Answered my own question:
4:00 PM 2011 World Junior Championship: Russia vs. Canada
6:30 PM Off The Ice: Ryan Miller
7:00 PM A Day That Changed The Game: February 22, 1980
8:00 PM 2011 World Junior Championship: Finland vs. USA



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12-15-2010, 11:48 AM
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Re : TSN ANNOUNCES MULTI-PLATFORM COVERAGE FOR WORLD JUNIORS"

I don't know what that means (I'm too old) but I assume that will help people, outside of Canada, who want to follow this tournament.

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12-15-2010, 05:41 PM
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One of my favourite things about Christmas, looking forward to watching this again the year on TSN here in Canada.

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12-15-2010, 05:49 PM
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SVT + SVT Play(web) will show Sweden's group matches versus Russia, Czech Republic and Canada, possible Swedish QF, both semis and medal games. So 7 or 8 matches in total.

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Re : TSN ANNOUNCES MULTI-PLATFORM COVERAGE FOR WORLD JUNIORS"

I don't know what that means (I'm too old) but I assume that will help people, outside of Canada, who want to follow this tournament.
Probably means they will bring good web and mobile phone coverage along with the television.

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12-15-2010, 06:07 PM
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The first 5 to 10 minutes of every TSN SportsCenter broadcast is almost exclusive WJR's. God Bless them for pushing this tournament.

Said before, they took a nothing Tournament and turned it into something amazing. LOVE IT!!!

Can't wait.

GO CANADA GO!!!

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12-15-2010, 07:10 PM
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Don't have Eurosport2 so hoping for streams like always.

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12-16-2010, 02:55 PM
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Watching from Buffalo

Anyone else watching from the buffalo area?
I have Time Warner Cable. I get MSG, CBC, VS, and ESPN, ESPN2. I don't get NHLN or TSN. Any stations carrying most or all the games. I am interested in all USA, and CANADA games. I can also hook up my laptop to my TV and watch a online stream of games. Any websites that will carry the games live online? Without having to register to the website. Thanks.

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12-16-2010, 03:30 PM
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While not wjch releated tsn will aslo be broadcasting the spengler cup.

Dec 27)Canada vs Tbd 2:00 pm Tsn
Dec 28)Canada vs Tbd 5:00 pm Tsn2 (TapeDelay)
Dec 29)Quarter-Final 1 9:00 am Tsn2
Dec 29)Quarter-Final 2 2:00 pm Tsn2
Dec 30)Semi-Final 1 9:00 am Tsn2
Dec 30)Semi-Final 2 2:00 pm Tsn2
Dec 31)Championship 6:30 am Tsn

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12-17-2010, 09:48 AM
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While not wjch releated tsn will aslo be broadcasting the spengler cup.

Dec 27)Canada vs Tbd 2:00 pm Tsn
Dec 28)Canada vs Tbd 5:00 pm Tsn2 (TapeDelay)
Dec 29)Quarter-Final 1 9:00 am Tsn2
Dec 29)Quarter-Final 2 2:00 pm Tsn2
Dec 30)Semi-Final 1 9:00 am Tsn2
Dec 30)Semi-Final 2 2:00 pm Tsn2
Dec 31)Championship 6:30 am Tsn

Ah nice.. Did SportsNet lose the rights or something? Rogers always used to broadcast the Spengler.. Anyway I'm happy, I love the Spengler.

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I love the Spengler Cup, too. It's an extremely underrated tournament. But if Sportsnet's not doing the Spengler this year does that mean we don't get Paul Romanuk? Just wouldn't be the same without him.

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