Friday, September 14, 2012

Warberg - Storvreta Live Free NHL style direct from Bern

Here it is full feed from the game Warberg - Storvreta premiere, soon to be played live from the Swedish Super League - Floorball. This game is played abroad in Bern (NHL style) at one arena that also will be used for this years World Floorball Championship.
This game is sent free of charge thanks to Swiss TV - we love Swiss TV here.

This Game starts at 20.30 CET (central European time). Saturday
So to see the game in the USA you must back up corresponding number of hours and for most people in the Americas - so this game will be an afternoon game.

But you can See it here: Game over...

Transmission is over. Storvreta won 8-1. Floorballcentral was only able to see the first part of the game, since we were engaged in a Stunt for the local Boys & Girls Club (Floorball of course).
We would like not to comment too much upon the game but what we saw indicated that Warberg did not have too much ball in any dangerous plays...

Next up on Floorballcentral..
Hopefully a report from Montreal and one from Carnegie Mellon University..
We also will wrap up the series of post on "how to spot the future" by Mr. Goetz and we will monitor closely
the NHL lock-out. No we do not like the NHL lock-out. But the interesting thing is if they are in a lock-out over mid October then the incredible thing might happen that Peter Forsbergs charity Floorball game in UmeƄ Sweden might turn into the largest NHL Floorball bonanza ever... let's see.

Today's big news - was otherwise a deep analyse of the largest Swedish Newspaper upon Floorball on Jamaica - wow brother and sister it sounds like Jamaica might rock the Americas. And as we measure not by size but by relativity,,,the  number of Floorball impact in terms of people or economy etc.
Jamaica is for sure in the lead - and yes our bet that Jamaica will build the first special arena for Floorball in America stands firm..
Here is Google translates version of that cool article
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Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!