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mechaphil
PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2009 10:41 pm 
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Recently, the Swedish streaming site ATDHE.net has begun hosting streams of AHL games. This gives us Sabres fans a previously-unavailable chance to watch our farm team play on a regular basis.

EDIT: For now, here's a link to their schedule.

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That would be great Phil; thanks in advance....... :clap:

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Agreed. Nice find.


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Gracias!

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i coulda swore i mentioned this last month. ive watched several games so far.

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mechaphil
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ironyisadeadscene wrote:
i coulda swore i mentioned this last month. ive watched several games so far.

If so, you've been far more blessed than we've been :D

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Go to Hockey today, and after all the NHL games they have links to the AHL games also.

Some may need another player, but real simple to installl and the quality is amazing, so clear for an internet stream.
http://www.myp2pforum.eu/nhl-icehockey/

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 02, 2009 12:12 am 
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mechaphil wrote:
ironyisadeadscene wrote:
i coulda swore i mentioned this last month. ive watched several games so far.

If so, you've been far more blessed than we've been :D


i swear i have.. im so taking credit for this. haha. anyways, this is why i havnt been too high on enroth.

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ironyisadeadscene wrote:
mechaphil wrote:
ironyisadeadscene wrote:
i coulda swore i mentioned this last month. ive watched several games so far.

If so, you've been far more blessed than we've been :D


i swear i have.. im so taking credit for this. haha. anyways, this is why i havnt been too high on enroth.

Damn you and your highly-touted video scouting heehee

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i could scout for the sabres?

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Video scouting is for the intelligent fan...and not the sub-par GM.

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Makes my heart happy that my lazy attempt at a sneaky joke failed at being sneaky haha

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CBC has recently reported something about carrying a few AHL games. i don't know which ones but there is a chance the pirates may be one of the bunch.

The AHL On CBC

by Paul on 08/19/10 at 03:06 PM ET
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from a CBC press release-

CBC and the American Hockey League (AHL) today announced a one-year broadcast agreement that will see CBC broadcast 10 games throughout the upcoming 2010-11 season.

“We’re looking forward to featuring the stars of hockey’s future with the AHL on CBC,” said Scott Moore, executive director, CBC Sports and general manager, CBC Media Sales & Marketing.

“We’re tremendously excited that CBC, with its distinguished excellence in hockey broadcasting, will be helping us celebrate our historic 75th anniversary this season,” said David Andrews, President and CEO of the American Hockey League. “Viewers across Canada will be treated to the skill and excitement of the best young professionals in our sport.”

The AHL, this year marking its 75th anniversary, has been the home to future stars and legendary figures throughout its illustrious history including the likes of Don Cherry, Johnny Bower, Andy Bathgate, Gerry Cheevers, Larry Robinson, Patrick Roy, Brett Hull, Martin St. Louis, Ryan Miller, Michael Cammalleri, Eric Staal, Martin Brodeur and Duncan Keith, among countless others.

CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA Saturday broadcasts will be followed by an AHL on CBC game on 10 Sunday afternoons, giving fans across Canada a chance to cheer on the NHL stars of tomorrow. All games will also be available live and on-demand on CBCSports.ca.

All 10 games will feature AHL teams affiliated with one of the six Canadian NHL teams. The puck drops on Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010, with a 1 p.m. ET matchup between the Toronto Marlies and the visiting Binghamton Senators, the top affiliates of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators. Other match-ups this season will also include the Hamilton Bulldogs (Montreal Canadiens), Abbotsford Heat (Calgary Flames), Manitoba Moose (Vancouver Canucks), and Oklahoma City Barons (Edmonton Oilers).

http://www.kuklaskorner.com/index.php/h ... hl_on_cbc/

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When's the next AHL game then?

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