Detroit Red Wings are onto its 94th season in the National Hockey League (NHL). The Detroit Red Wings began their 2019-20 NHL campaign, playing a 3-5 win over Nashville Predators. On February 21, 2020, the Red Wings got eliminated from playoffs following a 4-1 loss to New York Islanders. Here’s how you can follow Detroit Red Wings live stream from anywhere you want.
How to Stream Detroit Red Wings live in the US?
American hockey lovers have several options to watch live NHL games. If you are planning to follow the Detroit Red Wings, you will need a cable or satellite subscription package which will give access to NBC, CNBC, Fox Sports, NBCSN, and the NHL Network.
The national and regional broadcasting rights have been moved to these networks in the United States. NBC holds the national broadcasting rights for NHL this season. So, the network will cover most of the NHL games and will be televised throughout the States.
Fox Sports and other networks are regional distributors of NHL this season. You can contact your cable TV provider to check if those networks are available in your region or not.
In order to follow, all 162 games in the United States, you have to follow all these networks. As the broadcasting rights are split among these networks, they are responsible to complete NHL coverage accordingly. If you fear to lose any live NHL games on TV, you can opt for streaming services. After all, there are several streaming services available in the United States.
NHL Live Mobile Streaming on Sling TV
Sling TV will be the best option for American hockey lovers this season. With Sling TV you can watch all regular games, spring training, All-Star Game. Additionally, you will be able to watch out-of-market games on Sling TV by spending $5 extra on your sports package. And to watch nationally-televised games, you need to spend an extra $10.
Sling TV is the only streaming service available in the United States wich gives access to NHL Network. NHL Network is available with a basic Sling TV subscription package. Also, two other major sports networks are accessible with Sling TV, NBC, and NBCSN.
Sling TV Blue package and Sling TV Orange package gives access to NBC and NBCSN, but some selected regions don’t have those networks. You can buy a Sling TV subscription for $15 per month. The price rises to $25 per month after the first month.
Can I watch NHL live for free?
FuboTV gives access to live 13 plus sports networks including NBC, CNBC, and NBCSN. But, NHL Network is not available with fuboTV.
FuboTV is one of the most advanced streaming services available in the United States. It not only gives access to some of the major sports channels but is also full of alluring features. The streaming service includes a Cloud DVR storage feature. You can record live NHL games and watch them later.
FuboTV also has a 3-day replay feature. You can re-watch any NHL game within a three-day window.
You can buy a FuboTV subscription for $54.99 per month. You can decide whether to go for the streaming service or not after a week-trial. Within the trial period, you can watch free hockey.
NHL Live on AT&T TV Now
With AT&T TV Now, you can stream NHL games online on two screens simultaneously. Or you can also enjoy NHL on three screens after paying $5 extra.
AT&T TV Now also lets you watch live NHL games on TV screens. You will have a Cloud DVR storage that lets you record 20 hours of NHL action. You can buy the streaming service package for $50 per month. Also, you will have a 7-day trial to decide whether to choose the service or not.
AT&T TV Now gives access to NBC, NBCSN, and CNBC.
NHL Live on Hulu with Live TV
Hulu with Live TV supports a wide range of streaming devices. Also, it has it’s own Hulu Originals, just in case you want a break from NHL. You can subscribe to Hulu with Live TV with $44.99 per month.
The streaming service gives access to NBC, NBCSN, and CNBC. But NHL Network is not available with Hulu Live TV.
NHL Live on YouTube TV in HD
YouTube TV is one of the easiest ways to stream live NHL online. YouTube TV gives access to 90 plus live networks and is available in 130 countries.
Some of the major sports networks are NBC, NBCSN, CNBC, Fox Sports, to name a few. Still, NHL Network is not available with YouTube TV. You will have free DVR storage with YouTube TV. Also, you can stream hockey games on three devices simultaneously with the streaming service.
YouTube TV is available for $49.99 per month. You can get a 7-day trial with YouTube TV. Also, you can follow the games in HD quality on YouTube TV.
How to Stream Detroit Red Wings live in Canada?
Rogers Communications is the front runner when it comes to streaming NHL live in Canada. So, Canadian viewers can follow the Detroit Red Wings live stream on the network. Thanks to Rogers Communications’ 12-year contract with NHL, you will have NHL live games on the network this season. The contract runs until 2025-26.
Rogers Communications is the national broadcaster in Canada. But, there are several regional broadcasters in Canada. Sportsnet and NHL Live will televise NHL games in Canada, which are owned by Rogers Communications.
Detroit Red Wings games on Regional Networks
Some other regional players in NHL streaming in Canada are TSN, RDS, CBC, and TVA Sports.
If you have a subscription to Rogers network, you can also access NHL Live. Well, NHL Live is the official streaming service for NHL in Canada. You can watch over 1k national and out-of-market games with NHL Live. The full season NHL Live pass comes at $199.99. NHL Live is accessible on,
- Android devices
- Apple TV
- Xbox One
- Amazon Fire
- Google Chromecast
- PlayStation 4
- PlayStation 3
- iPhones and iPads
NHL Live on Sportsnet Now
Rogers Communications also owns Sportsnet Now. In fact, the network owns several versions of Sportsnet. You can watch regular NHL games and playoffs with Sportsnet Now.
Watch Detroit Red Wings live in French
TSN, The Sports Network, holds rights to broadcast NHL games including Canadian teams. TSN will broadcast hockey games in English, which won’t be available nationally.
You can watch NHL games in French with TVA Sports. Regular season and playoff games will be on TVA Sports. French commentary is also available on RDS.