Hello all. I'll start off by saying I'm a Flyers fan. I know I'm in enemy territory here, but I think this is the best place to get the help I need. I know you guys don't like us very much, but I know you hate the other guys quite a bit more, so hopefully I can gain your begrudging acceptance for a minute. Anyway, the reason I think you may be able to help is because your city lives and breaths Hockey as well as fosters quite an international community. I am now living in Japan, and can't really watch any of the games. Between the rare broadcasts in country and following game threads and write-ups and a few other ways, I have been able to keep up with the Flyers. Now though, being as far as they are, I want to watch every single game. And I can't. All through the Playoffs this has been a burden, and the first 2 series I would have loved to have seen (as an understatement). I searched for over 5 hours for anything to see game 7. I was determined, but came up empty handed. Dissapointment doesn't come close to how I felt. I absolutely can't miss watching any more games. I would pay $, but NHL.com doesn't offer the service in the off season due to every game being televised nationally, as in both America and Canade have the national broadcasts(which doesn't help me being in Japan). I have only found one site that I can even get the game after the fact, but I don't have an existing membership and can't get in. I just want to watch the games and I'm just running into one dead end after another. If there is any way that you know of that I can get to watch games after the fact (I am usually working during the games and the filter blocks nearly everything but SBN), I would very much appreciate that. You would instantly be my and my girlfriend's new hero (took her to Philly in March to watch the late season smackdown against the Devils, and she instantly became a fan and brought back a poster for our apartment). If you know anything that could help me out, it would be greatly appreciated. You can email me at email@example.com if you would prefer. Thanks for your help.