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Gallaxy

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Would like to ask what you guys typically scan on ku for AHL games. I'm fairly new to AHL and would ideally like to find our team "LHV Phantoms".

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G17 at 91 degrees and AMc 15 at 105 degrees
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Hi Galaxy, welcome to the forum. First of all if you are looking for a feed Mike is the man to see. If he hasn't posted it 9 times out of 10 it's not out there.

There used to be lots of AHL feeds in the past, but they pretty sparse now. As Mike said G17 @ 91w and AMC15 @ 105w are your best bets.

The Chicago Wolves away games are regular thing on AMC15 Vertical with an SR 14000. They do change FRs on a regular basis. Their games are usually broadcast on Friday and Saturday nights. Every now and then they throw in a Sunday or a week night. Here is a link to their schedule:

http://www.chicagowolves.com/schedule

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Great! Thanks for the responses! I just wanted to make sure I was on the right track and not missing anything. 91W and 105W I do scan thanks to the info of of this forum.
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