NHL Live Streaming Guide
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The 2021-22 NHL Season is going to start from 12th October 2021 and continue through April 2022. 32 teams will play this tournament and a full 82-game regular-season game will be played.

The Tampa Bay Lightning is the defending champion and they have won back-to-back NHL Champions in the last two seasons. If they win the Cup again, they will be the first team to take three-peats after New York Islanders. Today we will know all the possible ways to watch the NHL live stream 2021 here:

How to Watch NHL 2021-22 Live Stream Online From Anywhere?

Unites States:

If you want to watch the NHL 2021-22 live of your team from the USA, you will get plenty of options. You can subscribe to NBC, NBCSN, regional NBC and FOX sports networks (RSNs), NHL Network, and NHL Center Ice.

If you have a cable connection, it won’t be a problem. You will have to enter into your broadcaster’s website. Then you have to log in with the details of your provider. The cable operator is too much high these days. If you don’t want it, take any of the streaming services you want.

United Kingdom:

In the UK, there are no TV channels like BBC or TV channels to show NHL live games. The hockey games will have to subscribe to other streaming services for NHL.

Premier Sports will broadcast the games of the NHL in the 2021 season. Premier Sports to Sky, Virgin Media, and Netgem TV packages or subscribe to Premier Player offer. You’ll need to start from £9.99 a month to access all Premier Sports channels.

BT Sport has the right to show the NHL games through 2021. NHL.tv is also available in the UK.  You can pay Via Paypal for a subscription.

Canada:

It is going to be a great season for the fans of Canada as seven teams are playing from the Great White North.

Primarily, you can watch the NHL’s actions in Rodgers-owned Sportsnet and NHL Live, while some games will also be aired by TSN, TVA Sports, RDS, and CBC.

If you have these channels on cable, simply go to your relevant website. You will have to log in to a stream with the details of your provider.

You will also get a lot of live streaming options to watch the NHL. Sportsnet NOW will show the matches of the tournament. It has packages that cost $9.99 a week, $27.99 per month, or $20.83 per month with an annual pass.

In Canada, you can also log in to NHL Live. Only a season-long Pass is available for CAD$159.99.

Australia:

The fans from Australia will be able to watch all the matches of NHL through NHL.tv. It’s available in Australia, but in some versions, you will have to sign up and the pricing will in US Dollars (through PayPal or US Dollars).

You will also be able to watch from the Region Specific viewing options with ESPN. You can get ESPN through Foxtel Tv. Foxtel has another Sports Pack add-on. It is a streaming platform of Kayo Sports.

Kayo also offers the NHL, as it offers a bunch of International sports covering. It includes NBA and NFL. The basic and the Premium plan costs $25 and $35 per month. Both of them have a free 14-day free trial.

How to watch 2021-22 NHL Live on TV?

  • ESPN
  • Fox Sports Network
  • NBC

If you want to watch NHL live on Television, you will get a couple of options. ESPN mainly has the official right to broadcast the matches all over the season. The fans of the USA will mainly be able to watch the matches. If you want you can upgrade to ESPN+ with a monthly subscription fee of $7. For ESPN, you will have to be in their cable network territory. If you don’t have the connection, contact your cable operator soon.

Fox Sports Networks will also show the matches of the NHL in some regions of the world. The channel is free to watch. NBC will also broadcast the NHL season. So if you are an NHL fan, tell your cable operator to give connections to this channel right now.

How to Stream NHL Live 2021-22 Season Without Cable?

You will have plenty of live-streaming platforms for the NHL season. They are:

FuboTV:

Hockey fans can watch the live-action of the National Hockey League on FuboTV. But the fans will have to subscribe to their monthly package with $65 per month to watch the games.

Channels100+
Plans & pricingStarter ($64.99/mo), Elite ($79.99/mo), Latino Quarterly ($33/mo)
ESPNYes
Supported devicescomputer, iPhone, iPad, Android phone and tablet, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox, and Amazon Fire TV.
Cloud DVRYes, 30 hours of Cloud DVR space at no extra charge, expandable to 500 hours via extra feature
Free trialA 7-day free trial is available

Sling TV:

Sling TV will show the matches of the NHL 2021-22 live. Their monthly subscription will cost you only $35 per month.

Channels50+ channels
Plans & pricingSling Orange ($35/mo), Sling Blue ($35/mo), Orange + Blue Services ($50/mo)
ESPNYes
Supported devicesAndroid phone and tablet, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Samsung Smart TV, Xbox, and Amazon Fire TV.
Cloud DVRYes, 50 hours of free DVR storage
Free trialThere is no free trial option here

Hulu Plus Live TV:

Hulu Plus Live TV has always been a great choice for sports fans. It contains a lot of channels that broadcast quality sports. If you want to catch all the live actions from them, you need to subscribe for $65 per month.

Channel75+ channels
Plans & pricingHulu + Live TV ($64.99/mo) and Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV ($70.99/mo)
ESPNYes
Supported devices Android, Roku, Apple, Amazon fire tv, Apple TV, Android TV, Samsung Smart TV, LG TV, Xbox, Chromecast, Nintendo Switch, Vizio, and more.
Cloud DVRNo free DVR storage. You can upgrade Cloud DVR to 200 hours ($9.99/mo.)
Free trialA free trial of 14 days

Youtube TV:

Youtube TV has the right to broadcast the matches for their paid subscribers. They cost $64.99 per month.

Channel85+ channels
Plans & pricing$64.99 a month.
ESPNYes
Supported devicesApple, Android, Roku, Amazon fire tv, Apple TV, Android TV, Samsung Smart TV, LG TV,
Cloud DVRUnlimited
Free trial7 days of free trial is available

Peacock:

The Premium package of Peacock will cost you $4.99 per month. If you are out of Chrome cast, you will have to go for the Premium Plus package. It will cost you $9.99. Peacock has all the NBC channels to broadcast.

Conclusion:

It’s just a matter of time the new NHL season kicks off. The teams are ready, the fans are also ready to support them. If you are a true NHL fan, call your friends, order some pizza and catch all the actions live.

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