the leafs are streaming their games on a 30 minute delay so we should be able to watch tomorrow's game.
Oh nice. Thanks for the info. I wonder why the Pens don't decide to do this as well. They already have Mears and Bourque there calling the game. Would it be all that bad to bring along a small video crew?
I guess the probably just don't want to pay for it.
I think there's a Rogers22 channel in Canada that's airing it. But it doesn't look like many people get it.
Rogers = cable company in Canada (or at least parts of it).
Rogers 22 = something like a cable access network for extremely local Ottawa programming (though there are similar channels for different bigger cities).
So you need to be near Ottawa to get it and be a Rogers subscriber.
During the season, Sens games play on mainstream sports networks in Canada (TSN, Sportsnet, RDS, etc). Rogers 22 only broadcasts Ottawa 67's OHL games during the regular season.
All three games will air on Penguins HD Radio (WXDX FM HD-2 and streamed live on www.pittsburghpenguins.com). Steve Mears and two-time Stanley Cup champion Phil Bourque will broadcast the action. Full tournament coverage can also be found at www.pittsburghpenguins.com.
I'm curious if the reasoning behind not having our own camera crew there is due to space constraints, or if the organization just doesn't feel the need to do it. I put airing the prospects tournament on the same level as giving out pizza to kids in the student rush line. It costs the organization money, but it's a nice gesture for those hockey starved individuals who actually follow the prospects.
25 Eric Tangradi - 17 Brian Gibbons - 16 Paul Thompson
14 Tom Kuhnhackl - 10 Ben Street - 20 Nick Petersen
18 Brandon DeFazio - 19 Daniil Tarasov - 26 Dominik Uher
27 Jessey Astles - 28 Ian Watters - 22 Stefan Fournier
7 Brian Strait - 6 Joseph Morrow
8 Scott Harrington - 4 Carl Sneep
5 Philip Samuelsson - 9 Alex Grant