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Master Geek
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Topic # 62315 3-Jun-2010 16:31
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WooHoo  
Coverage in HD on skysport 2 has been outstanding.
The clarity is outstanding....can even follow the puck everywhere

Helps that the games been going down to the wire 

Small mercies that ESPN lost coverage a while back!!! 

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 337939 3-Jun-2010 17:00
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i agree 100% the picture quality was outstanding, would of been very disapointing if ESPN was showing it in FS




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Master Geek
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  Reply # 338029 3-Jun-2010 20:09
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Yes, agree.  Ice hockey in HD is really good.  IMO it was totally unwatchable in SD on ESPN.  Now I can actually follow the puck.

The French Open tennis from Roland Garros in HD is A+++ too.  I think this is the first year Sky have broadcast it in HD and it makes all the difference.

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  Reply # 338056 3-Jun-2010 21:16
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I have system linked it so I dont miss out. Hope sky dont do what they did last year, screened games 1 - 3 then stopped when it mattered.

Wasnt game two just awesome,



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  Reply # 338138 4-Jun-2010 06:11
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totaly agree with all  Laughing

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