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"Taro Tsujimoto's illegitimate son"
HSBC Arena, Buffalo, NY • United States • 40 Years Old • Male
Those of us living in Buffalo looking for the NHL Network on Time Warner Cable (TWC) will be waiting a while. According to the following story in Business First on Monday, October 8, TWC cites lack of room and bandwidth for the unavailability of the NHL Network in one of the top viewing markets in the U.S. for the NHL.

As some of you may know, TWC recently dropped the NFL Network from its lineup. However, TWC does offer NBA TV, even though the Braves left Buffalo 30 years ago...

Here's the link:


Stupid TWC!

P.S. No Habs rumo(u)rs today. Sorry!
Filed Under:   NHL Network   Buffalo  
October 18, 2007 1:33 PM ET | Delete
It is available its in the process. It will be Channel 90 on TWC
October 19, 2007 1:35 AM ET | Delete
This Is Horse S***!!! We let them bastards take over our cable company that useta own the Sabres and this is the thanks we get?!? Bandwidth!?! There's gigabytes of bandwidth on that there coaxial that's totally obsolete when it comes to this channel! No wonder hockeys isn't considered a major sport by the mentally challenged masses! The Man isn't giving it a chance! We gotta party for our right to fight here in B-lo! Who's with me or who's bandwidth me? Heck even bandwagon jumpers are encouraged to be with me... Heck-this play on words has me running around in my own end... We gotta pioneer some kinda Pro NHL network channel in Buffalo posse!-Sly...
October 19, 2007 1:38 AM ET | Delete
No Goal... Just read yer above... Boy do I feel We Todd Did... It did feel good to rant and rave witn my fingers though... Go Sabres!!! Get well soon Jaro!!!-Sly...
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