13 responses

  1. Mbergh
    March 16, 2010

    thats not fair to the surrounding areas who cant get canuck games I live in ferndale washington and cannot pick up games I wish you could offer it to us!

    • Brian Wawryshyn
      March 16, 2010

      It’s a network thing, having to do with broadcast rights. It’s not perfect, but it’s a start. You could always try and find a proxy IP address to latch onto. ;-)

      • Robert Wm Thompson
        December 27, 2013

        Hi, I’m out of BC for the winter (Mexico) and miss the Canucks! I’ve been trying to figure out how to get an ip address in BC and set it as a proxy so I can stream some games. I don’t want the whole centre-ice package, just want the Canucks!

        Can you help me out, I’m not totally computer illiterate but this is kinda out-there for me.

  2. Rob
    March 16, 2010

    For a second there, I almost demanded a refund on my GameCenter package. Looks like it’s only for residents of BC though.

    • Brian Wawryshyn
      March 16, 2010

      Yes, it is only for resident within BC right now, and probably your situation is one of the reasons why.

  3. Jason Kurylo
    March 16, 2010

    I test ran this baby during the game tonight – The wife has Tuesday night dibs on Lost, so this was the only way I’d get to catch the third period live. First, I had to install Firefox on my MacBook (Safari is not supported) but after that it worked like a charm Shaw’s speed isn’t the best, but the website gives three choices for image quality. The 800×500 resolution still looked good on full screen mode on my laptop.

    It’s hard to imagine a hockey fan NOT running this, even as a background app, for the remaining Sportsnet broadcasts.

  4. Randomjames
    March 17, 2010

    Great news everyone! I’ve been watching Canucks games live steaming all season since I don’t have cable. I’ve been using the, um, bootleg services around the web so it’s nice to have an official option.

    Compared to the CTV streaming of the Olympic games (which was amazing quality!) I found the broadcast last night to be a bit choppy so hopefully they’ll find a way to tune it a bit in the future.

    This is good since CBC and TSN already stream their games and now Sportsnet streams so that’s pretty much every network the ‘nucks are on. We’re witnessing a revolution in televsion broadcasting my friends!

  5. Tero Kanko
    March 20, 2010

    What if you live in Australia but breath Canucks and BC?

    • Tero Kanko
      March 20, 2010

      Also, yes, I bootleg because it’s my only option down here. I miss shorty…

  6. Dave Randall
    March 14, 2011

    It says “free” but when you go for it.There is a charge….whats with that?

    • Brian Wawryshyn
      March 16, 2011

      There is a free version and a paid version. The paid version allows you to view live streamed games and video.

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