Found May 19, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
After receiving nothing less than a smorgasbord of World Championship coverage from the NBC Sports Network on Thursday, whoever’s in charge of scheduling events decided that one cannot piggyback TSN’s coverage when there are perfectly good reruns of fishing shows which must take precedence over hockey, so hockey die-hards like myself have set their alarms and are preparing to access semi-legal, grainy online streams to watch the last two days of the Worlds, starting with today’s Semifinals: • 7:30 AM EDT: Slovakia (Tomas Tatar) vs. Czech Republic (Petr Mrazek, not playing for the Czechs); • 11:30 AM EDT: Russia (Pavel Datsyuk) vs. Finland (Valtteri Filppula) NBC Sports will televise one of the above-mentioned games at, according to their schedule, 9 PM EDT. And tomorrow’s Medal round shakes down as follows: Continue reading "Red Wings overnight report: talking about Tatar, Jarnkrok and Brunnstrom, and the weekend Worlds"
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