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How to Watch NHL Games Live on YouTube TV Without Cable in 2021

How to Stream NHL Games with YouTube TV

How to Stream NHL Games without Cable

Most National Hockey League (NHL) telecasts will air on your Regional Sports Network (RSN). If you follow your hometown team, more than 80% of their games will air on your local RSN.

Nationally televised games that don’t air on your team’s RSN will be televised on NBCSN or NBC. YouTube TV includes these channels as part of their base package.

To watch games on your local RSN, NBCSN, NBC, and NHL Network online without cable, you will need a subscription to one of the major Live TV Streaming Services.

Which NHL Games Can I Stream with YouTube TV?

With YouTube TV, you’ll get all the games on NBC, NBC Sports Network and Regional Sports Networks (RSNs).

Some games on NBCSN and all on NBC will air exclusively on the network and won’t be available on your local RSN. You’ll also need these channels to watch the entire Stanley Cup Playoffs.

AT&T TV fuboTV Hulu Philo Sling TV YouTube
Sign Up Free Trial Free Trial Free Trial Sign Up Sign Up
US$69.99 US$64.99 US$64.99 US$20 US$35 US$35 US$64.99
Regional Sports Networks (RSNs) ≥ US$84.99 - - -
NBC - -
NBC Sports Network - -
NHL Network ≥ US$94.99 ^ US$11 - - ^ US$11 ^ US$11 -

Stream NHL Games with YouTube TV

Which NHL Teams Can I Stream on YouTube TV?

While YouTube TV has Regional Sports Networks in many markets, it does not offer the RSNs for every team in every market.

The list below shows every NHL team and if they offer the majority of their games on your local RSN. If they don’t carry you team, we’d suggest you try another service like fuboTV that carries most RSNs and offers a 7-Day Free Trial.

Once you subscribe, you will be able to stream your local NHL games on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon, Fire TV, Chromecast, iOS, and Android.


Stream NHL Games with YouTube TV

AT&T TV Cash Back

Let us know your e-mail address to send your $75 Amazon Gift Card when you sign up for AT&T TV.

You will receive it ~2 weeks after you complete your first month of service.