No Center Ice feed, no Internet. Nothing. I complained to the Ducks official blogger, and he just asked me if I read the blog, because that’s what it’s there for.
Okay, so when did reading a blog become synonymous with watching a game live, I ask you?
Ducks vs. Sabres doesn’t happen every other weekend, so I had been looking forward to this game for rather a long time. At gametime I started flipping around the TV. Not on NBC, Prime 1 or 2, not on Versus…what the heck is going on !?!?!?!?!
Was I annoyed? Was I pissed off? Well, dear readers, the words that are percolating inside my skull are not fit to inflict upon you and any other innocents who may be reading.
There’s an AP story in the Los Angeles Times if you feel like reading that. Otherwise, I’ve got nothin’. Highlights (or lowlights as the case may be) are pretty pointless without the context of the entire game, so I’m going to defer to the Ducks official site and whoever was actually physically at the game.
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