It has restarted. My Carolina Hurricanes won today their first game against the Rangers, 3-2. I am incredibly irritated with the fact that the broadcast was blacked out for North Carolina, which makes absolutely no sense. Black-outs make sense in the local market to stimulate fans to buy tickets and attend the game in person... But the games are being played in Canada with no public, and are only on TV now, so what the hell is the point in blacking out the game exactly for the population that would be most interested in watching, that is, the home market for the teams??? I was frantically trying to find a way of streaming it, and after several unsuccessful attempts, found one (using a VPN to stream online, which didn't work from various serves but then finally worked for one of them)... right after the game ended, so I missed the whole thing. I hope TV executives and NHL executives realize that blacking out these games for the local markets makes no sense whatsoever and will significantly decrease viewership and their profits. What a boneheaded move!!! Anyway, at least we won. Any comments on how your teams are doing? Are you encountering the same black-out problem? If yes, what are the solutions you're finding?