December 6, 2019

EBHL Championship

The Evesham Ball Hockey League’s men’s championship series is under way, with Games 2 and 3 (if necessary to be broadcast LIVE on the internet by Memory to Video Productions.

MVP’s broadcast for Game 2 will begin around 7:55 pm on Sunday, Aug. 11, 2019. The stream will include a a manned camera at center court and multiple angles as well as other broadcast staples.

The links for each game will be posted created in our encoder portal by 7 pm and posted here. Bookmark this page to keep updated as the links are created.

Pete Innaurato and EBHL Commissioner TJ Janus will be providing play-by-play and color/analysis, documenting all the action as it unfolds.

No logins or passwords required to view any of the links. For any other questions, suggestions or comments about the stream, contact MVP President/Owner Joey Delgado by text/phone at (831) 809-6629, or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/memorytovideo/

Keep this page saved to get the latest video links as they are created!

DAILY STREAMING LINKS:
(To be updated each day by 7pm)

  • Sunday’s Game 2
  • Monday’s Game 3 (If Necessary)
  • Game 1 Recap (No link)
    Game 1 was won by the #3 Evesham Tortugas by a score of 5-2. The #4 seeded Bellmawr Hawks were defeated for the first time this EBHL playoffs, after rolling through the #5 Gloucester Twp Sloths and top seeded Lakeland Caribou in the first 2 rounds. The Tortugas defeated the #6 seeded New Jersey Force and #2 seeded Marlton Raw Dawgz on their path to the finals Game 1 was a physical battle. The Hawks started off strong, getting 8 shots before the Tortugas had any. The Hawks outshot the Tortugas 36-17 in the game. Tortugas goaltender Gianni Sanrocco stood on his head the entire game and was a massive reason for the win. Stellar defensive play plus capitalizing on chances lead to the Tortugas win. The game was a bloodbath of sorts, with four players being suspended for game 2 for separate incidents from game 1. Game 2 looks to be the game of the season and we expect a battle from beginning to end.

FAQ:
Q: Can I rewind the stream to watch my game from earlier today?
A:
No, the live stream can not be rewound until we have ended the stream. Even after the stream ends, it can take up to an hour for Vimeo to finish processing the stream into a viewable link. Once it is done processing, it can be rewound and scrubbed forward.








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