Discussion in 'Germany' started by joshyedge, Aug 15, 2016.
No idea, sorry.
According to their site (https://www.telekomeishockey.de/), yes.
All games and highlights of the current season will be available on-demand.
It actually only says "highlights and league news on demand", not full games.
That confused me at first, but then I scrolled further down to the FAQs:
Oh awesome, thanks!
One good thing that I just realised that the Telekom deal has even for non-subscribers is that the highlight videos seem to be a bit more professionally produced. Also more camera angles... some recaps used to be quite terrible in that regard.
They even stopped glossing over fights, guess we'll see Mr. Wolf more often then lol.
So the games are free? I'm watching them now. no login in or anything is asked for?
It shouldn't be for free, no. If Telekom is your provider, you'll get it for free. If you buy a season pass, it costs around 10 Euro per month. If you buy a monthly pass, it costs around 17 Euro per month.
Apparently there was a problem where people that had paid couldn't log in.
The solution to this was to make the games available to anyone, subscriber or not
It's only temporary though, by next weekend it might well be fixed.
Just tried it out. Still works!
Well, if the fix that as quickly as a problem with my email a few years back, people might be able to watch half the season for free.
All in all I am quite happy with the presentation of the games and the highlight videos.
Krys Kolanos signs a PTO with Rosenheim, we'll see if that's a good idea. Hasn't played in more than a year and is riddled with injuries.
Thomas Reichel played his first DEL 2 game last night, picking up his first point with an assist.
As far as I could tell from the highlight video, Reichel got "sat down" during a board battle in the corner, but managed to push the puck to a teammate who then won his battle, skated the puck from the corner to the side of the net, passed it across to another teammate who scored on his second attempt after getting his own rebound.
Kahun with a fun game yesterday. Scores the lone goal in regulation for Munich and then adds 3 goals in the shootout for a 2-1 win against Augsburg.
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