It’s been a long summer and with the change in weather this weekend everyone is getting the feeling that the hockey season is finally upon us. With that, I’ve created the Amerks 2010-2011 regular season schedule in a way that you can import it into your phones calendar (or desktop calendar if you’re old school). If you have an iPhone, Blackberry or Android device this should be pretty simple for you. Anything else and get in touch and I’ll do my best to help you out.
The calendar events are simple and only contains the teams playing, arena name (click on and get easy GPS directions), a link to this web site and the Amerks phone number to buy tickets for home games.
Here’s some steps to get you started:
Schedule in iCal format – Copy and paste this link or download and import into whatever application you have that supports the iCal format. If you have a Google / Gmail account: Login and click on Calendar. On the left hand side look for Other Calendars and then click on Add underneath that. Click on Add by URL and then copy and paste this link: http://www.google.com/calendar/ical/letsgoamerks.com_53r973l4269c9ngftg92oh2pi8%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics
Android devices – this should automatically sync to your phone within a few minutes assuming you use the Gmail account you have setup on your phone.
Blackberry devices – Use the free app called Google Sync from http://www.google.com/mobile/sync/. It’s small, simple and easy to use. Just download and run it. Sign in to your Gmail account in the app and choose to Sync Calendar. There’s steps on the site if you need it.
iPhones – You should be able to just simply take the iCal link above and import it into the calendar app on your computer. From there just sync your iPhone and it should move over. Google also provides steps to Setup your Apple Device for Google Sync that you can follow.
Most of these steps are assuming that you know what you’re doing but if you need help please leave a comment and I’ll help you. If you have a device like one of the ones above you may as well make the most of it, let me help you out.
Schedule in HTML format – Want to be old school and just print something out that looks like a Calendar? Click this link and you can see it in the old fashioned way.
Schedule in XML format – Honestly, I’m not sure what you’d use this for but Google provides it so I will as well.
I did my best to triple check the schedule and hope I didn’t make any mistakes but if you find one please let me know.