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You can watch Columbus Blue Jackets live stream on TV and mobile. Columbus Blue Jackets play its 20th season in the National Hockey League (NHL) in the 2019-20 NHL season. The NHL franchise began its 2019-20 NHLF league campaign, playing 1-4 defeat at Toronto Maple Leafs on October 5, 2019. The Jackets entered the 2019-20 season as the four-time Metropolitan Division defending champions.

Columbus Blue Jackets is based in Columbus, Ohio. There is only one regional network, Fox Sports Ohio, to telecast the Blue Jackets game locally.

Watch Columbus Blue Jackets Live on Fox Sports Ohio

Fox Sports Ohio is a regional American sports network owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group and Fox Sports Networks. The regional network might be the best way to view NHL on TV for American fans.

You can add a Fox Sports Ohio cable subscription if you live in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Tennesse, West Virginia, New York, and Kentucky. This regional network has 5.3 million households in those areas.

Columbus Blue Jackets live stream
Columbus Blue Jackets live stream

American hockey fans can easily access Fox Sports Ohio throughout the United States on satellite cable via DirectTV and Dish Network. Not only professional hockey games but you can also follow college hockey on the regional network. The regional network telecasts most of the regular season games and playoff games.

Fox Sports Ohio will air all games that are not shown on national TV. But, local blackout applies to the network. If you are based in Ohio, the Columbus Blue Jackets live stream will be subjected to local blackouts in your area. But, anyone streaming the Columbus games from outside the area will not have to face local blackouts.

To avoid such blackouts, you can opt for a VPN service.

How to access Columbus Blue Jackets Live on TV?

If you are interested in streaming Columbus Blue Jackets games on TV, you have several options.

Your options will be based on the teams you wish to follow. If you are following a local team, you might want to avoid local blackouts. If your team is not from your local region, you will need to have a cable provider with networks to show nationally broadcast games.

Well, it’s easy to follow a single team in NHL. For instance, if you follow the Columbus Blue Jackets, it is easier for you to watch all of the Columbus game, possibly. If you live in the TV market of the Columbus Blue Jackets, you can easily enjoy the nationally broadcast games of the franchise. For local games, you can view it on NHL.tv using a VPN service.

NHL regional games on NBC Sports

You can find your local team’s fixtures on a regional sports network (RSN). NBC Sports and Fox Sports telecast most of the regional games on TV. Just like, the Columbus games are shown on RSN Fox Sports Ohio.

There are separate RSN for every NHL team such as MSG Network for New York Rangers or Altitude for Colorado Avalanche games. Just make sure you have a proper cable TV subscription of Fox Sports or NBC Sports network.

For nationally broadcast games, you need to have a cable or satellite TV subscription that gives access to NBC, CNBC, NHL Network, or ESPN Plus. These networks bring nationally broadcast NHL games throughout the United States. NBC holds the national broadcasting rights of NHL in the United States.

Moreover, the NHL Network is also available in the US. So, you can follow the majority of hockey games on the NHL Network.

NHL games live on Sportsnet in HD

In Canada, Rogers Communications holds the national rights of NHL. The national English language coverage of NHL games is carried by Rogers Communications’ Sportsnet and its subsidiaries. Sportsnet holds the rights to national hockey games to be broadcasted on Sunday Night and Wednesday Night. You can use the service to watch NHL games in HD quality.

National broadcast is carried by Sportsnet in Canada. But, the games that are not a part of national broadcast in Canada are televised by Sportsnet RSN, TSN RSN, and RDS.

Columbus Blue Jackets Mobile Streaming

NHL.tv is the official streaming service from NHL Network. If all that matters to you is hockey, NHL.tv is your best option to stream hockey games throughout the season. But, if you look for other entertaining topics alongside NHL, NHL.tv is not the place for you. You can access NHL.tv for $17 per month or $140 a year for eight months of the regular season.

If you follow a local team or team based in another country, NHL.tv is the best option for you. The streaming service is the best option to view out-of-market games.

Out-of-market games are those games that you cannot view through TV cables even if you want to. Such games are not shown on national or even on the regional network. So, NHL.tv is a good deal to watch such games. If you are an NBC Sports Ohio fans or any small market American team’s fan that Sportnet generally ignores, you can watch it on NHL.tv.

Games involving such teams are rarely shown on national TV. So, fans of such teams can watch almost every such game of the regular season.

NHL live free streaming in Canada

Hockey fans living outside the US or Canada can buy NHL.tv subscription to watch almost every NHL game. The games show on NHL.tv on the national market includes regular season, pre-season, and Stanley Cup games. Fans living outside the US or Canada can access NHL.tv for $100 per season. You can use the platform to watch free hockey for a limited period, trial period.

But, NHL.tv is not the only option for fans living outside the US or Canda. There are several regional and national broadcaster spread throughout Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Including the US and Canada, there are a total of nine national broadcasters of NHL, covering live NHL every season.

Here is the list of the broadcast partners of NHL.

 Broadcast Partner  Country
 Premier Sports  United Kingdom
 Setanta Sports  Ireland
 Foxtel  Australia
 NOVA Sport  Czech Republic/ Slovakia
 ESPN American  Pan European/ Sub-Saharan Africa
 Canal Plus Sports  France/ Monaco/Switzerland
 Zuku Sports/ Setanta Sports  Sub-Saharan Africa
Sport TV  Portugal