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09-15-2011, 03:51 AM
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Elitserien 11/12 - Pre/post game talk

Here we can talk about all the games.

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Whats yours prediction for the games tonight?
As a Timråfan i really want them to win but they lost against AIK everytime they played last year

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Any chance to watch any of the games online outside Sweden?

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Whats yours prediction for the games tonight?
As a Timråfan i really want them to win but they lost against AIK everytime they played last year
Dominated.

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Anyone know about any streams? Wouldn't mind seeing the end of AIK - Timra.

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Dominated.
you jinxed it

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Dominated.
It was expected Timrå + AIK is not a good combination

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SAIK has seemingly replaced the best first line of last year with the best first line of this year. Möller, Goren, Holloway were very good anyway for being so early in the season. Holtet kinda owned in the penalty shots though.

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Round 1

Linköpings HC - Brynäs IF 3 - 2 (SO)
Färjestads BK - Skellefteå AIK 3 - 2 (SO)
Luleå HF - Växjö Lakers HC 2 - 3 (SO)
HV 71 - Djurgårdens IF IF 1 - 2
AIK IF - Timrå IK 5 - 1
MODO Hockey - Frölunda HC 1 - 4

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Viktor Fasth, what a goalkeeper....
46 out of 47 shoots. That is insane

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The definition of pwnage = What Holtet did to Hadelöv in the shootout.

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SAIK has seemingly replaced the best first line of last year with the best first line of this year. Möller, Goren, Holloway were very good anyway for being so early in the season. Holtet kinda owned in the penalty shots though.
Told y'all this wouldn't be the problem. Ever since 2006 when SAIK made it to SEL everybody has said we've lost our leading line after every season and hence we're gonna miss the playoffs or maybe not even get that far. This organization is severely underrated as a whole.

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The definition of pwnage = What Holtet did to Hadelöv in the shootout.
Anywhere you can watch that?

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Anywhere you can watch that?
http://elitserienplay.se/#/video.1161833978001 You can watch one if his penalty shots in the end there. But the thing is he did that exact shot three times in the shootout, all goals.

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http://elitserienplay.se/ have all highligts.

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Anyone know about any streams? Wouldn't mind seeing the end of AIK - Timra.
I haven't seen an "unofficial" Elitserien stream in years.
They seem to have died out after some, uh, legal issues involving the official broadcaster Canal+.

Canal+ does have an online service for watching the SEL, called C Sports.
Traditionally, it's been restricted to Sweden, but I'm not entirely sure if that's still the case, since they've recently revamped the site (with chase play, fast-forward and rewind functions, and archived games for repeat viewings).

Their FAQ says:
If youre a foreign user you will notice that you are not given access to all of the material posted on this service. We are sorry for this, but it´s due to restricted rights for these programmes. C SPORTS is primarily for users located in Sweden and the service will always consist of a lot of material that is geographically blocked, open for usage within the territory of Sweden only. If you still would like to subscribe to this service you are naturally more than welcome, but you should be aware of these restrictions, happy viewing.

If these restrictions apply to Elitserien, or just the international leagues, I do not know.
It would make sense that the NBA, La Liga and Serie A streams were restricted outside Sweden, since those leagues have different rights holders in different countries.
But the SEL?

You could always send and email to C Sports and ask them.

However, if you don't need to watch the games live, or if you can't afford to pay for the C Sports streams (if they're even available), there are plenty of SEL torrents out there.

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I haven't seen an "unofficial" Elitserien stream in years.
They seem to have died out after some, uh, legal issues involving the official broadcaster Canal+.

Canal+ does have an online service for watching the SEL, called C Sports.
Traditionally, it's been restricted to Sweden, but I'm not entirely sure if that's still the case, since they've recently revamped the site (with chase play, fast-forward and rewind functions, and archived games for repeat viewings).

Their FAQ says:
If youre a foreign user you will notice that you are not given access to all of the material posted on this service. We are sorry for this, but it´s due to restricted rights for these programmes. C SPORTS is primarily for users located in Sweden and the service will always consist of a lot of material that is geographically blocked, open for usage within the territory of Sweden only. If you still would like to subscribe to this service you are naturally more than welcome, but you should be aware of these restrictions, happy viewing.

If these restrictions apply to Elitserien, or just the international leagues, I do not know.
It would make sense that the NBA, La Liga and Serie A streams were restricted outside Sweden, since those leagues have different rights holders in different countries.
But the SEL?

You could always send and email to C Sports and ask them.

However, if you don't need to watch the games live, or if you can't afford to pay for the C Sports streams (if they're even available), there are plenty of SEL torrents out there.

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Thank you so much for all this info! I'll look into it...

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All shootouts can be found on elitserienplay. Only watched FBK - SAIK shootout but i couldnt help to notice.... there were no dekes. Every player did just shoot.

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I haven't seen an "unofficial" Elitserien stream in years.
They seem to have died out after some, uh, legal issues involving the official broadcaster Canal+.

Canal+ does have an online service for watching the SEL, called C Sports.
Traditionally, it's been restricted to Sweden, but I'm not entirely sure if that's still the case, since they've recently revamped the site (with chase play, fast-forward and rewind functions, and archived games for repeat viewings).

Their FAQ says:
If youre a foreign user you will notice that you are not given access to all of the material posted on this service. We are sorry for this, but it´s due to restricted rights for these programmes. C SPORTS is primarily for users located in Sweden and the service will always consist of a lot of material that is geographically blocked, open for usage within the territory of Sweden only. If you still would like to subscribe to this service you are naturally more than welcome, but you should be aware of these restrictions, happy viewing.

If these restrictions apply to Elitserien, or just the international leagues, I do not know.
It would make sense that the NBA, La Liga and Serie A streams were restricted outside Sweden, since those leagues have different rights holders in different countries.
But the SEL?

You could always send and email to C Sports and ask them.

However, if you don't need to watch the games live, or if you can't afford to pay for the C Sports streams (if they're even available), there are plenty of SEL torrents out there.

CiFNation, 5 Mins for Fighting, The Pirate Bay...
Thanks for the great info! I guess we´re kinda spoiled over here in Slovakia getting to watch all the league games online for free. Digi Sport actually shows SEL games on Tuesdays and Thursdays over here, but I no longer have the channel. I gotta find out whether they have some online stream or something.

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From aftonbladet.
0-1 Petr Vampola (Jonathan Hedström, Petr Vampola)

Apparently he managed to get both a goal and assist on the same play.

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From aftonbladet.
0-1 Petr Vampola (Jonathan Hedström, Petr Vampola)

Apparently he managed to get both a goal and assist on the same play.
0-1 Hadelöv (Vampola, JONTE)
1-2 Hadelöv (Murley)
2-3 Hadelöv (Andersson<-AIK)

blaah. SAIK was rubbish.

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Meyer hip check:

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Wow, gives "spinorama" another meaning.

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