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ESPN broadcasts KHL game to spite NHL. Probably

ESPN broadcasts KHL game to spite NHL. Probably

Last night, ESPN was doing something they haven’t done, at least by my recollection, in almost 10 years: airing a hockey game. They featured two of the game’s biggest names in their broadcast of Alex Ovechkin’s HC Dynamo Moscow vs.  Zdeno Chara’s HC Lev Praha.

(First, let me preface the rest of this article by acknowledging the fact that I hate ESPN. I hate them so very much.) Yes, we’re talking about ESPN: the same network that wouldn’t show an NHL highlight if Tim Tebow were heavily involved in the game, doing something crazy like say sitting quietly in the stands.

So why? With so many other great topics they could cover, such as Tim Tebow, LeBron James, football, Tim Tebow, Lebron James’ Tweets, or anything

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Scott Finger
Scott is the former managing editor at Hooked on Hockey Magazine. He loves hockey, writing, and writing about hockey. He graduated from Roger Williams University in 2011 with a useless degree in Media Communications (concentrating in Journalism). Being a New York Rangers fan (and NY Giants and Mets fan) living in Boston is very uncomfortable for him, and it'll be awkward trying to celebrate a Rangers Cup win in the streets when they inevitably win sometime in the next 100 years. He also likes long walks on the beach.
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