Where to Stream the Stanley Cup Finals
No cable? No problem. Here’s all the ways you can stream the 2017 Stanley Cup Finals.
Sign up for Sling TV‘s Blue Package ($25 a month for 40+ channels) and get access to NBCSN and select NBC markets. For additional money you can also watch the NHL Network and CNBC. Sling also offers a free seven-day trial which you can check out here.
Watch full game replays of the Stanley Cup Playoffs (in addition to the entire regular season) with NHL.tv. For $24.99 a year, get NHL access on all the regularly supported devices including iPhone, iPad and Android. There are also discounts for military/veterans and students.
Though the PlayStation Vue doesn’t offer access to the NHL Network, most of the Stanley Cup Finals will air on NBC-affiliate channels this year. You can watch PlayStation Vue via iOS, Android, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Google Chromecast. While you don’t need an actual Playstation system to do this, you will need a free PlayStation Network account. This service also offers a free seven-day trial, but will normally run you $30/month.
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NBC Sports App
Easily switch between games or stream across multiple devices using the NBC Sports App. The app is free, but you will have to suffer through lots of 30-second commercials.
Sick of blackouts on your NHL.tv or Gamecenter accounts? Check out YonderTV, which will unblock ever game on any device (yes, even playoffs games). You can try it free for seven days, or sign up for the $29.99/month package.
User-Posted Streams on Reddit
Take a deep dive into the wonderful world of Reddit. Subscribe to the r/nhlstreams subreddit where users occasionally post flash or YouTube streams for games.
A newer option for streamers, FuboTV provides users with NBCSN, CNBC and NBC, although NHL Network is not available. This sports-first live streaming alternative costs $35 per month, with a seven-day free trial option for those looking to test it out.