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Watch Vancouver Canucks live stream both on TV and mobile. The 2019-20 NHL season is the 50th season for Vancouver Canucks in the competition. The franchise kicked off their season against the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday, October 3. The NHL franchise lost its opening game of the season.

Here’s how you can stream the Vancouver Canucks games from the 2019-20 NHL season. The 2019-20 season began on October 2, 2019.

Stream Vancouver Canucks live on TV

At present, there are nine TV broadcasters of the NHL covering the live games across Europe, Asia, North and South America. Every broadcaster produces separate telecasts of regular games, playoff games, and the Stanley Cup games, all seven of them.

Meanwhile, NHL is shown on national TV in both the United States and Canada.

Live Stream Vancouver Canucks in the US

NHL Network has partnered with NBC Sports to televise NHL in the US. NBC Sports and its subsidiaries will cover all 82 games in the US. NBC Sports is currently under a 10-year contract with NHL Network, which will expire in 2021.

Vancouver Canucks live stream
Vancouver Canucks live stream

Similar to Canada, US viewers can also stream NHL games with several other cable providers. Comcast will also televise NHL games in the United States.

NBC will broadcast games during the afternoon, but selected weekends. NBCSN will televise two regular games every week. And NBCUniversal will broadcast the Wednesday NHL games.

Live Stream Vancouver Canucks in Canada

Rogers Communications holds the broadcasting rights for NHL in Canada. The media house is currently under a 12-year contract with NHL Network, since the 2014-15 season. Rogers Communications will televise all 82 games of the regular season in Canada.

There are other several options for Canadian hockey fans to stream the Oilers games on TV.

Speak of other options, Sportsnet, CBC, TVA Sports, RDS, and TSN will televise NHL in Canada. Sunday Night segment of NHL will televise throughout Canada on Sportsnet and CBS. You can also follow Toronto Maple live stream on Sportsnet.

Live Stream NHL in the UK and Ireland

There aren’t any regular TV channels to broadcast hockey games in the UK this season. To stream all 82 NHL games, it’s better to stream with streaming services, which will be mentioned later in the article. But, with Premier Sports and Free Sports, any British hockey lover can follow up to 15 regular games a week.

Live Stream NHL in Australia

Canadian hockey fans have a few options to stream NHL on TV this season. To follow all 82 games this season, you can look up to Foxtel. To enjoy NHL on your big screens, you have to add a Premium Sports package. You can add the premium Sports Pack for $29/ month.

In Ireland, Setanta Sports has the NHL broadcasting rights. Setanta Sports will show live hockey games every week.

Country TV Network
US NBC/ Comcast
Canada Rogers Communications
UK Premier Sports
Ireland Setanta Sports
The Middle East & North African Countries BeIN Sports
Australia Fox Sports
Sweden/Finland/Denmark/Sweden Viasat Hockey
Portugal SportTV
Slovakia/Czech Republic NovaSport

How to access Vancouver Canucks mobile streaming?

Not only on TV, but you can also follow NHL on streaming services, as well. With a proper subscription package, you can stream NHL games from anywhere in the world.

Here is the list of top streaming services available for NHL streaming.

Stream NHL for free of cost with Sling TV

Sling TV is the best customizable streaming service and is only available in the US. Sling TV might be the best choice for American hockey lovers to stream NHL online this season. You can access Sling TV for $15 per month.

Sling TV Blue package will give you access to NBC and NBCSN. You have to add a $10 Sports Extra package to your Sling TV subscription to watch games on the NHL network. After the first month, the service price increases to $25/ month.

The streaming site has a week free trial protocol. You can utilize the free trial to watch free hockey.

Stream NHL with FuboTV

FuboTV is available in countries like American, Canada, Spain, and some parts of Europe. With a FuboTV subscription, you can access NHL broadcasting networks including NBC, NBCSN, and CNBC, but not NHL Network.

You can also record live NHL games to watch them later. Just in case you forget to record, the service’s 3-day replay allows you to re-watch any game. It also offers a 7-day free trial. You can have all this for $54.99/ month.

Stream NHL with NHL.TV

The majority of streaming services are subjected to geographical restrictions. But, with NHL.TV, you can stream hockey games online from almost all parts of Europe, Asia, North and South America.

For instance, in the UK there are only two options to stream HNL on TV. Still, you can only stream 15 hockey games a week. To stream all 82 games in the UK, you can follow NHL.TV. For any hockey fans looking to stream NHL on streaming services, it’s better to opt for NHL.TV this year.

NHL.TV Subscription Cost

You can add NHL.TV subscription for $24.99 per month.

With NHL.TV, you can stream hockey games in HD quality. But be certain to use a supporting operating system. For the  Windows system, make sure to have at least Windows 7 to stream hockey games with NHL.TV. Meanwhile, Macs need at least OSX 10.8 system.

Here is the list of streaming devices that are compatible with NHL.TV.

  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Android TV
  • Chromecast
  • Roku 2
  • Apple TV 2
  • Xbox One
  • PlayStation 4
  • iPhone (iOS 11.0)
  • iPad (iOS 11.0)

Here is the list of top streaming services for NHL.

Streaming Service Cost/ month
 Hulu with Live TV  $44.9
 PlayStation Vue  $44.9
 At&T TV NOW  $50
 Sling TV  $15 (first month)/ $25
 FuboTV  $54.99
 YouTube TV  $49.99
 SN Now  $19.99
 NHL Live  $16.45
 Foxtel  $54
 Kayo Sports  $25/ $35

Stream NHL with YouTube TV in HD quality

YouTube TV is now available in 130 countries and in 90 languages. So, it’s easy to access YouTube TV for the majority of NHL fans. With a package of $49.99, YouTube TV gives access to NBC, NBCSN, and CNBC. But the $49.99 package can’t buy you the NHL Network gateway.

YouTube TV gives you free unlimited DVR storage space to record live games for re-watch. You can have a 7-day trial. So test it before you chose to stream NHL games for the complete season. You can also use the platform to watch hockey games in HD quality.