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Quote from: princedpw on Yesterday at 07:28:03 PM
Quote from: Zanzibar Buck-Buck McFate on July 02, 2024, 04:14:54 PM
Quote from: CarltonTheBear on July 02, 2024, 01:46:02 PMhttps://twitter.com/SportsOnPrimeCA/status/1808169178068828452

This is probably going to take some time to get used to, but if you didn't hear Amazon Prime took over the broadcasting rights to Monday night national games from Sportsnet. That'll be 6 Leafs games this upcoming season:

Oct. 21st vs. Tampa
Oct. 28th vs. Winnipeg
Dec. 2nd vs. Chicago
Jan. 20th vs. Tampa
Mar. 3rd vs. San Jose
Mar. 17th vs. Calgary

Is there any package (or combo) we can get to watch every Leafs game if we want?

No, not in the US.  It is infuriating.  The nhl essentially forces people to use illegal streams.

Thanks.  I guess that about sums it up.
#2
Quote from: herman on Yesterday at 03:57:33 PMhttps://twitter.com/mapleleafs/status/1814033710821618079

I always found it weird that scouting positions, amateur and professional, never seemed to be something that the Leafs historically just threw insane amounts of money toward in order to poach proven and established individuals away from other teams. This isn't quite the same as scooping up Joe McDonnell, Dallas' own director of amateur scouting, but it's pretty close I guess. Good hire.
#3
Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2024-25 Toronto Maple Leaf...
Last post by Bender - Today at 08:37:39 AM
Don't let the door hit you on the way out, Wes.
#4
Quote from: L K on Today at 05:40:22 AMMoving to streaming isn't a terrible idea.  Breaking your product into 50 pieces to make it as hard as possible to access games however.  To watch the Leafs you need to either pay separately for a TSN, Sportsnet, and Prime subscription or have cable with TSN + Sportsnet and a prime subscription.

The NHL has had the same executive branch running the league since 1993.  Over that time the NHL has fallen drastically behind the other major sports.  That isn't entirely surprising as hockey is always going to have some regional limitations because of the expense of the sport but did manage to throw in three lockouts to help that process. 


Just stream it for free and be done. Lots of free streaming sites.
#6
Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2024-25 Toronto Maple Leaf...
Last post by L K - Today at 05:40:22 AM
Moving to streaming isn't a terrible idea.  Breaking your product into 50 pieces to make it as hard as possible to access games however.  To watch the Leafs you need to either pay separately for a TSN, Sportsnet, and Prime subscription or have cable with TSN + Sportsnet and a prime subscription.

The NHL has had the same executive branch running the league since 1993.  Over that time the NHL has fallen drastically behind the other major sports.  That isn't entirely surprising as hockey is always going to have some regional limitations because of the expense of the sport but did manage to throw in three lockouts to help that process. 

#7
Main Leafs Hockey Talk / Re: 2024-25 Toronto Maple Leaf...
Last post by princedpw - Yesterday at 07:28:03 PM
Quote from: Zanzibar Buck-Buck McFate on July 02, 2024, 04:14:54 PM
Quote from: CarltonTheBear on July 02, 2024, 01:46:02 PMhttps://twitter.com/SportsOnPrimeCA/status/1808169178068828452

This is probably going to take some time to get used to, but if you didn't hear Amazon Prime took over the broadcasting rights to Monday night national games from Sportsnet. That'll be 6 Leafs games this upcoming season:

Oct. 21st vs. Tampa
Oct. 28th vs. Winnipeg
Dec. 2nd vs. Chicago
Jan. 20th vs. Tampa
Mar. 3rd vs. San Jose
Mar. 17th vs. Calgary

Is there any package (or combo) we can get to watch every Leafs game if we want?

No, not in the US.  It is infuriating.  The nhl essentially forces people to use illegal streams.