This season, Flames fans can see their team on a computer and television screen nearest them.
The Pacific Junior Hockey League has mandated that all home games must be available for viewing online, on a pay-perview basis.
The Flames website location is pjhl.fasthockey.com.
Previous games are also available through an on-demand service by Fast Hockey.
"It's outstanding," head coach Jamie Fiset said of the PPV component.
"It's another way for our league to gain more recognition. I like it from the coaching side because there are quality [broadcasts] to use for editing and video work for our team. And for our fans, it's a way for them to keep track of what's happening."
Meadowridge Collision is the sponsor of the broadcasts, thanks to Tony Baird and his son John.
Also, ABC Country Restaurant is showing the home games live each Friday night for its customers.
The voice of the Flames is Rick Garrison, who will be the play-by-play announcer for the telecasts.
Garrison retired from radio broadcasting in 2006 and managed a radio station, CKSQ - Q14 Radio in Stettler, Alta.
As a part of the radio operations, he did radio play-by-play for the Stettler Lightning junior B hockey club of the Heritage Junior Hockey League, and served as president for the Stettler squad for three years (2003 to 2006).
Garrison joined the Flames in 2011 when he and his wife moved to Maple Ridge, and he has been serving as a marketing consultant and game-day volunteer since then.
Colour commentators for the telecasts include Bill Taylor, a retired Canadian Royal Air Force veteran.
Taylor's hockey background includes a number of years coaching hockey in Portgage La Prairie, Man., during his military career.
Other commentators will be participating this year, including Ken Sharpe, manager of the 227th Street Save-On-Foods. A pair of BCIT students, Tyler Lippingwell and Marissa Lyons, are part of the broadcast team. They will be involved with camera work, statistics, period intermission interviews, and play-by-play duties upon occasion.
Next home game on Friday After posting a tie and a win to open their 2013/14 Pacific Coast Hockey League season, the Ridge Meadows Flames have flickered of late.
The junior B Flames have lost their past three games with a record of 1-3-1. Yet optimism still reigns in the Flames' camp. The Flames will try to bump the slump this Friday, Sept. 27 when they host the North Vancouver Wolf Pack. Opening faceoff at Planet Ice is 7:30 p.m.
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