Candleonwater wrote:Most of this thread goes right over my head. We live in Virginia, and my daughter is begging me to find ways for her to watch more games... her first thought was to just take her to pittsburgh... that gets quite expensive! We have comcast ( which sux!). What is my best LEGAL way to watch the most games? I don't have a problem listening through the app, but "radio" doesn't keep her attention.
I live in Virginia as well and I used NHL Center Ice the last 2 years through Verizon FiOS. It is great because you get most games and since I have the standard cable package I got VS/NBCSN and NBC for nationally broadcast games. The only issue I had is when the NHL Network would broadcast the Pens (which seemed to be every 3rd game in the shortened season) and I couldn't get it.
This year, I just cancelled NHL Center Ice yesterday and am signing up for NHL Gamecenter. It's a little cheaper and it seems I'll be able to get the same service (all games minus ones on NHL Network) plus I have the versatility of watching it on the TV through my Xbox or on my laptop if it is Friday night and the wife wants to watch those stupid wedding/bride shows on TLC. I was also enticed by the ability to watch games after they've happened so I don't have to use up space on the DVR.