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Did You Know...

... that Round 8 of the NSL Championship 2004 is now on NSL-TV?

posted Jan 25th, 2005 - First of all, the NSL headquarters would like to thank all AOL users who recently responded to a special request. The NSL News had to clean up the mailing list for the NSL Newsletter. The server of,, had problems with AOL filters and was asking the NSL to separate the true audience from old and invalid addresses. The NSL News was impressed with the amount of replies received from only AOL users of the NSL audience confirming the continued interest in the NSL Newsletter.
Arizona Blade's round eight, see video
Many of the messages did not only confirm the NSL Newsletter but also included friendly and encouraging words for the NSL News. The NSL headquarters appreciate this positive feedback and will continue with efforts to make the NSL News stories and the newsletters worth reading them. Thank you very much.
Carolina Ice's round eight, see video
The new round of NSL-TV features round eight of the NSL Championship 2004. The three videos of Arizona Blade, Carolina Ice and FSC JAMMM can be viewed easily with the direct links below the images. The video files of all other teams are once again stored in the 2004 Archives. The access is still easy enough by switching to the "Archives 2004" at the navigation bar, and then clicking on the special link to the NSL Championship 2004 on the top of the 2004 home page. The links are set as usual, right behind the scores for round eight
FSC JAMMM's round eight, see video
The same video files can also be downloaded at the NSL-TV page of 2004: "Archives" > "2004", then "Images" > "NSL TV". The NSL-TV page opens up, and all available video files are shown in the overview. Enjoy the new show.
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