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by George Malik on 06/24/13 at 11:12 AM ET
As noted earlier this morning, Metroit Detroit-based hockey fans who want to watch Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks tonight at 8 PM have a bit of a pickle on their hands. WDIV has chosen to air a huge moneymaker in the Ford Fireworks instead, and the game will air on WADL 38 as a result.
Most folks get WADL on their cable or satellite providers (even my crappy cable company has it), NBC Sports has a streaming website that should work for most of you who don't get WADL, and there is always the option of watching the CBC for many fans...
But I know that Metro Detroit is also mostly "Comcast Country" in terms of cable distribution, and they don't usually have WADL in their lineup. Thankfully, they've issued a press release stating that they'll air the game this evening:
XFINITY CUSTOMERS OFFERED OPTIONS TO VIEW NHL STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS GAME 6 AND 55th ANNUAL FORD FIREWORKS
On June 24, Metropolitan Detroit Viewers to Find Their Favorite Event on XFINITY Channel Lineup
Plymouth, MI, June 21, 2013 – XFINITY Video customers in Metropolitan Detroit will be able to choose their favorite program on Monday, June 24, when Game 6 of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs and the 55th Annual Ford Fireworks display air simultaneously that evening. Channel locations that will air the programs for XFINITY customers, depending on customers’ lineup, are as follows:
NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Game 6
WADL – Channels 4,10,13,14,23,61,63
CBET – Channel 99
CBET HD – Channels 999, 1009
55th Annual Ford Fireworks
WDIV SD – Channels 4,9,14
WDIV HD – Channels 232,1004
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