I live in Toronto and surprisingly the local sports stations aren't showing the NCAA Hockey Final on Saturday. ESPN3 won't work outside the US, either. Does anyone have any ideas on how to get the game? I know there are MGoBloggers in Ontario and elsewhere who must be facing the same problem that I am -- any suggestions?
How to watch the NCAA hockey final outside the US?
Get Remote Access to ESPN3.com
I am living in Spain and I am hoping that the ESPN link at ATDHE will be showing the game. That's how I watched a couple of our bball games that were shown on ESPN this year. Keep your fingers crossed...
service doesnt have espn360 so thats exactly how i watched the game last night (using the espn link on atdhe). it worked just fine and i plan on doing it again saturday.
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My question is similar. How would I watch a REPLAY of the game outside the US? I'll be on a flight to Germany tomorrow evening during the game and won't be coming back until next Friday. Any ideas?
Thanks for the snarky response. Point is to be able to watch it remotely, which my Tivo doesn't do.
In Toronto it's on Leafs TV. They had the semis on and I imagine that the finals will be on.
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If you have a friend in the US, you could try remotely connecting to his/her computer and using that as sort of a proxy by which to use ESPN3. Since I'm in Sweden, I log into the server back at my US employer in Pittsburgh, and ESPN3 then thinks I'm in the US.
Of course, you might need a friend who doesn't need their computer at that time and trusts you enough to not steal any personal information...
Or an employer that allows you to access multi-media content through their servers. mine doesn't. =(
Some sites like ESPN3 (and really all of ESPN) seem to fade in and out if it's during a time when people are at work. Others like YouTube are always blocked. But luckily the games come late enough that the server demand is really low, thus my streaming doesn't cause IT to get pissed and send me threatening emails. During some sports events (World Cup, Olympics) they block most sports sites to prevent streaming,