So, I've had a look at the schedule for games on NBC, NBC sport net, and the NHL net, and I'll watch all that I can, but since I live in Denver, some of those games will be blacked out in favor of western team games. I'm not paying for the center ice package this year, partly as a protest to the league and partly because I cant afford it this year, and if the online gamecenter version is just as expensive like it was last year, thats not an option either.
I guess my options are, finding a site that streams the games, but they're usually routed through, like, russian servers, all the way around the world and back, and the speed, resolution and feed cutting pretty much sucks.
Another option would be to have one of my Philly friends give me their comcast online password, so I can watch CSN Philly through the comcast site. Would that work? Seems like the best option.
I know theres slingbox and a few other solutions, but if I dont have to pay for hardware and hassels I would rather not. After all, if it really gets bad, I could just buy the center ice package.
Any other suggestion or thoughts on the above? Lets go flyers.