Where to Stream the NHL 2017-2018 Season
No cable? No problem. With the 2017-2018 NHL Season officially starting in October, we decided to take a look at where you can stream the games online or on your mobile device. Let’s go!
Fox Sports, NBC & ESPN Online
The NHL Network is on Sling TV’s “Sports Extra” pack available to Sling Orange ($20) and Sling Blue ($25) customers. It gives you full coverage of games wherever you are. It also offers expert analysis and behind-the-scenes features like player profiles and international hockey competitions.
DIRECTV Now has a seven-day free trial available for new customers, and is $35 a month after that. It includes the NHL Network so you can watch the NHL games live.
You can watch NHL games life wherever you are via NHL.TV on the NHL App. You can even watch up to four games at once, along with real-time highlights and different broadcast options. You can go to NHL.com/tv to get more information and game schedules.
OG streaming platform Hulu is now experimenting with a live TV platform. Hulu TV will cost you $40 a month, but does include NBC channels that you can watch via computer or mobile devices. There is also a seven-day free trial which you could utilize during the Stanley Cup or another important week of games.
You can live stream NHL games this season via Twitter.com/nhl as long as you have a Twitter account, via mobile device or computer.