NLL Fan Poll: What do you think of the new YouTube webcasts?


Last night’s pre-season game from Rochester’s Blue Cross Arena was the first to be webcast under the National Lacrosse League’s new arrangement with YouTube. It was certainly an exciting tilt to kick things off, with Johnny Powless winning the game with a penalty shot goal in the final two minutes. What we want to know today is what you thought of the streaming itself so far? How was the online experience? Bear in mind that the regular season games will ┬áhave a score and time bug and will have the same production values as last year–that is straight from NLL VP Doug Fritts. So this poll is focused on watchability of the stream. Was it smooth? Did you get many lags or pauses? Could you see who was who? The yellow and pale grey jerseys that Minnesota and Rochester wore, respectively, didn’t help with player identification, but overaoo how did things look for you? There’s a thread already started over at the IL Indoor Forums, so you can share your thoughts there. But make the jump for immediate gratification in voicing your opinion in our fan poll.

What is your first impression of the National Lacrosse League on YouTube after last night's game in Rochester?

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Stamp is a TV sports announcer and lacrosse lover whose skill set made him a defender but who always dreamed of being a goal-scorer. He can be reached at stamplax@hotmail.com.

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