B2 Networks is the “Official Broadband Broadcast Provider” for the ECHL and all 25 games on the opening weekend of the season can be viewed online. Fans will be able to watch the action live while listening to their team’s audio, if available. Games cost $6 each and require a high-speed internet connection and Windows Media Player 9 or higher.
Broadcasts are accessible on ECHL.com and on the home page of the 23 teams who are providing their fans the opportunity to watch live telecasts in 2005-06. The 23 teams are Alaska, Augusta, Bakersfield, Charlotte, Columbia, Dayton, Florida, Fresno, Greenville, Gwinnett, Idaho, Johnstown, Las Vegas, Pensacola, Phoenix, Reading, San Diego, South Carolina, Stockton, Toledo, Trenton, Utah and Wheeling.
B2 Networks has carried every game of the conference finals and the Kelly Cup Finals each of the past two years. The first hockey game ever broadcast by B2 Networks was the Las Vegas Wranglers in February 2004 and the first hockey championship broadcast by B2 Networks was the 2004 Kelly Cup Playoffs.