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GCL Multi-Cam goes live Thursday

Thursday, 11.13.2008 / 12:36 PM / News

By NHL.com Staff

The Multi-Cam goes "Live" Thursday night, just in time an Eastern Conference Finals rematch between the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins.

GameCenter Live introduces its innovative Multi-Cam in Pittsburgh on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. ET. The new feature allows you to choose from an additional two cameras on the ice. You are your own producer.  From overhead views to inside the net, only GameCenter Live and NHL.com delivers every goal, hit and save.

What's more, the Multi-Cam will be on for all of the action for this weekend. Fans will be able to use the function for Friday's game between the Blues and Blackhawks; Saturday's game between the Sabres and Penguins; Sunday's game between the Flames and Blackhawks; and Monday's match between the Oilers and Red Wings.

It all starts Thursday at Mellon Arena with an all-Pennsylvania rivalry. The Penguins advanced to last season's Stanley Cup Final after a five-game series victory over the Flyers in the Eastern Conference Finals. This also will be the Pens' first game since their memorable 7-6 come-from-behind victory over the Red Wings on Tuesday.

The win was the Pens' fourth straight to start November, after they ended October with a three-game losing streak.

The Flyers snapped a three-game losing skid Tuesday with a 3-1 win on Long Island. The Flyers have been the NHL's streakiest team, with six losses to start the season followed by four straight wins and then three more losses before Tuesday's victory.

Catch it, streaks and all, on the Multi-Cam and GameCenter Live, only on NHL.com.
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