Sunday, October 8, 2006
The problem with Comcast is growing more prevalent in Penguins society.
Here's another post about central Pennsylvania's problems with Comcast.
The first post is here.
Unfortunately, I live in the Harrisburg area and still have Comcast. I went through the same thing last year. Bought the NHL Center Ice and then started seeing blackouts. Comcast refunded my money and the kid I spoke with told me that the NHL "wouldn't allow Comcast" to show Pens games in the Harrisburg area. The blackout are still going on. The Thursday night game against Philly was on CSN. I planned on watching tonight's game on the free preview of Center Ice...but it was blacked out. The season before the lockout was the best. Comcast was carrying FSN Pitt, Penguins games; CSN Philly, Flyers games; and CSN MidAtlantic, Caps games; plus ESPN was still showing games. What a great season. I saw more hockey that year than ever. They have since dropped FSN Pitt and CSN MidAtlantic and Versus shows a couple games a week. Listening to hockey on the radio is the worst...
--From an anonymous poster
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