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2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs Won’t Have Local Blackouts For Streamers

Jason Gurwin

Unlike the Stanley Cup Qualifiers, all games that air on NBCSN, USA Network, CNBC, and NHL Network will be available locally, in addition to your local RSN – meaning no local blackouts (outside of Vegas).

How to Stream the NHL’s 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs

The lone exception is in Las Vegas, which will only air Vegas Golden Knights games on AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain – which is only available on AT&T TV NOW.

This is good news for Colorado Avalanche fans since no Live TV Streaming Service carries Altitude, meaning you can still watch their games on NBCSN/NHLN/CNBC in Colorado.

Every Stanley Cup Playoff game will be available nationally on NBC, NBCSN, NHL Network, CNBC.

To stream NHL Network without cable, you can subscribe to fuboTV, which has 7-Day Free Trial, or Sling TV.

To watch NBC, NBCSN, and CNBC, your options includes Hulu Live TV ($55), fuboTV, YouTube TV ($65), AT&T TV NOW ($55), and Sling TV ($30).

Unlike the Stanley Cup Qualifiers, the Stanley Cup Playoffs won’t be available with NHL.TV. They do offer a $9.99 package to watch every game on-demand, but you can also get those with $4.99 a month subscription to ESPN+.

AT&T TV fuboTV Hulu Philo Sling TV YouTube
Sign Up Free Trial Free Trial Free Trial Sign Up Sign Up
USD 69.99 USD 64.99 USD 64.99 USD 20 USD 35 USD 35 USD 64.99
NBC Sports Network - -
NBC - -
NHL Network ≥ USD 94.99 ^ USD 11 - - ^ USD 11 ^ USD 11 -
CNBC - - ^ USD 6
USA Network - -