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Comcast SportsNet Continues Comprehensive Flyers Playoff Coverage for Thursday's Crucial Game Four

by Staff Writer / Philadelphia Flyers
PHILADELPHIA (May 13, 2008) – Comcast SportsNet remains the place to go for the most playoff coverage as the Flyers continue to battle the Penguins in the 2008 Eastern Conference Finals. The network’s extensive coverage includes playoff editions of Daily News Live and SportsNite, plus live chats, web blogs and exclusive features and access.


Fans are flocking to Comcast SportsNet for their home team coverage before, during and after the game. Flyers Pre-Game Live aired on Comcast SportsNet prior to Sunday’s game telecast on VERSUS, and scored a 2.0 rating (60,000 households). In addition, over 600 people chatted with Jim Jackson on comcastsportsnet.com throughout the duration of Sunday’s game.

Comcast SportsNet’s extensive coverage of game four on Thursday includes broadcasts of Daily News Live from the AT&T Pavilion and SportsNite from the Broad Street Atrium located in the heart of the Wachovia Center. At 7 p.m. Jim Jackson, Chris Therien and Al Morganti invite fans to join their online chat and when the final buzzer sounds on game four, fans can tune to Comcast SportsNet for Flyers Post Game Live with live player reaction, press conferences and expert analysis.

Fans can also log onto www.comcastsportsnet.com for John Boruk’s playoff blog, plus original stories and video segments. They are also encouraged to send in their favorite fan photos and videos to facetime@comcast.net for inclusion in Comcast SportsNet’s playoff programs.
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