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    God Bless the NHL Network

    Just when I thought I couldn't last another three weeks till the opener in the Czech Republic.....

    "Starting next Monday, the NHL Network will be showing the 2008 Prospects Tournament which will begin September 13."

    Monday, September 15
    2am Thrashers v. Lightning (replay at 8am/2pm)
    4am Stars v. Blues (replay at 10am/4pm)
    8pm Wild v. Blues (replay at 2am/8am/2pm)
    10pm Stars v. Blue Jackets (replay at 4am/10am/4pm)

    Wednesday, September 17
    8am Rangers v. Lightning (replay at 2am/8am/2pm)
    10am Red Wings v. Thrashers (replay at 4am/10am/4pm)
    8pm Third-Place game (replay at 2am/8am/2pm)
    10pm Gold Medal game (replay at 4am/10am/4pm)

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    The Traverse City Prospects Tournament offers a unique opportunity for a slew of youngsters to leave indelible impressions on various NHL team executives before training camp even begins. For some, such as the free agents invited on a tryout basis, this tournament presents a chance of a lifetime. For others, it's a chance to prove to the organization that drafted them that they are following the right path for their development. Then, there are the select few that will be closely scrutinized throughout the tournament. They are the first-round picks, the cream of the crop, the best of the best. At this year's tournament, 15 first-round picks will be in action. NHL.com will be following them throughout the tournament, but here's a primer so you know exactly who we're talking about over the next week:

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    I can't wait for Hockey.. It's going to be great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JRS21386 View Post
    I can't wait for Hockey..
    That makes two of us sir.

    SBR Founder Join Date: 8/10/2005


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    Comcast was supposed to add the NHL network here in August, but it has been pushed back to October. Can't wait for it. How many games are on it per week?

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    what books offer nhl -0.5 line spreads beside PinnacleSports.com

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    Go Ducks

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    Quote Originally Posted by accuscoresucks View Post
    what books offer nhl -0.5 line spreads beside PinnacleSports.com
    Not sure, I bet the three way lines at bookmaker a lot last season.

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    I have comcast... I need to get that network for the 5 or 10 extra bucks a month

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    Quote Originally Posted by accuscoresucks View Post
    what books offer nhl -0.5 line spreads beside PinnacleSports.com
    5Dimes does, they have the best puck wagering options hands down.

    Also they have reduced juice lines about mid day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by element1286 View Post
    Comcast was supposed to add the NHL network here in August, but it has been pushed back to October. Can't wait for it. How many games are on it per week?
    Last season was my first for the NHL network and if I remember correctly you got about 2 or 3 a week. If NHL network had the game they'd black it out on the Center Ice package. NHL network is worth every penny. They have a show every night called On the Fly which recaps indepth every game played that night. Highlights of every score, hard check, good save, etc.

    Terrific analysis..... classic games from the past in their entirety, (the oldest game I saw was from 1961 between the Blackhawks and Maple Leafs).

    All summer long they've been showing every game from last year's playoffs. I DVR them and watch at my leisure.

    //www.nhlnetwork.com/

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