Watching the Worlds

From USA Hockey:
Team USA’s games at the upcoming International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship will be available to viewers on Pay-Per-View through the World Championship Sports Network on DISH Network and on a subscription basis at The U.S. Men’s National Team will compete at the 2007 IIHF World Championship in Moscow, Russia, April 27-May 13.

DISH Network’s all-inclusive package, which contains 14 total games, including all of Team USA’s contests, is $39.95. Visit for more information.

Fans will be able to watch all 56 games online at, where live and on-demand video of the tournament will be available for a $4.95 monthly subscription fee.

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2 Comments on “Watching the Worlds”

  1. sk84fun Says:

    Good news that tourney games will be available (for a fee). Also, saw some info on IIHF’s site:

  2. fauxrumors Says:

    1) Who in their right mind would spend a dime on this after-thought of a tournement!?! Largely made up of the players from losing teams and journeyman Euros. Its NOT the Olympics. Its by and large unwatchable hockey.
    2) The Cup playoffs are going on simulataniously to give any World Championship viewers (saps) a big contrast of what good/exciting hockey is all about. Save your money folks!

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