Yeah, I think that was right - 2013. I wasn't going to have a repeat of that in 2014 and so I missed the championship that year and went ballistic at the NLL for fŭcking me and other faithful over by having the games available on YouTube (TLN) and then taking the championship away from YouTube and putting it on Ochos (*). I seriously almost gave-up my fandom. It was like being a baseball fan after 1994. I felt raped. Really, it never fully recovered after that as evidenced by my not making the effort this year to see a Black Wolves game. The thread from 2014 in which I discovered the horrible truth and almost lost it. http://forums.ilindoor.com/threads/broadcast-of-championship-game.317663/ You can see evidence of the anger in these follow-up threads. http://forums.ilindoor.com/threads/my-thoughts-on-the-mini-game.317691/ http://forums.ilindoor.com/threads/where-is-vin.317714/ (*) ESPN3 and some other cable systems. With ESPN3, anyone who did not have cable was a victim of TV Everywhere which is also now called authenticated streaming, but that's broader now like NLLTV. With TV Everywhere, the cable/satellite companies are attempting to stem the loss of cord-cutters and not getting the cord-nevers by permitting streaming if only you have a paid cable/satellite subscription. Fortunately, many content providers like HBO are seeing the writing on the tablet and are beginning to offer streaming subscriptions of their own without cable/satellite. In 2014, that was science fiction. I don't mind paying for stuff like NLLTV, but I do mind paying for stuff I don't want like cable or satellite. I tell you: I am still smoldering over what happened 3 years ago. You don't screw over the faithful. NLL 2014: "It's just business." Michael Corleone: "Don't ever take sides against the family."