Monday, 23 September 2013

Live Kontinental ice hockey from WHTV

For those who love their ice-hockey, William Hill (WHTV) have live video streaming of 3 Kontinental matches later today and tomorrow, they are as follows;

Today 22nd September 2013
Dinamo Riga v Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod 17:30
Slovan Bratislava v Dynamo Moscow 18:00

Tomorrow 23rd September 2013
Traktor Chelyabinsk v Sibir Novosibirsk 14:00

Click on the link and off you go . . . ENJOY!

What is WHTV?
WHTV is a completely free service for William Hill account-holders (you can open an account with £1). You can watch top quality sport as it happens and alongside the latest Live In-Play prices for all markets we are offering on an event - you simply need to be logged in and have a positive account balance or have placed a bet in the last 24 hours to watch. Hundreds of events are covered across football, tennis, snooker and other sports, so you won't miss any of the action.

About the KHL
The Kontinental Hockey League is an International League, set up in March 2008 to promote the successful development of hockey in Russia and other countries in Europe and Asia.
On March 27, 2008 the Hockey Federation of Russia (FHR) officially handed over all rights to stage the national championship to the KHL. The highest ranked Russian team will be proclaimed the Champion of Russia.
The four divisions of the League are named in honor of famous players and coaches: Vsevolod Bobrov, Anatoly Tarasov, Valery Kharlamov and Arkady Chernyshev. 24 clubs from Russia, Belarus, Latvia and Kazakhstan compete from September to April to lift the coveted Gagarin Cup.
The KHL Championship tournament is divided into regular season and play-offs:
in the regular season all teams play 56 games (four against opponents in their own division and two games against opponents from other divisions);

in the play-off series the best 16 teams of the regular season - eight from the Eastern Conference and eight from the Western - compete for the Gagarin Cup.

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