Vegas Golden Knights began their 2020-21 regular season on October 3. The Knights played a 4-1 win over the San Jose Sharks in the opening fixture of the season. The 2020-21 season is the Golden Knights’s third season in the competition. You can enjoy Vegas Golden Knights live stream from anywhere this season.
If you are eager to follow the 2020-21 Golden Knights NFL season, here are a few things you might want to know to stream the Knights via TV and online streaming.
How can I stream Golden Knights for free of cost?
If you have been enjoying the National Hockey League games through the old traditional method, through TV cable networks, it might be a wise pick to stick to your old habits. Well, it is quite tough giving up on old habits, isn’t it?
But if you are looking to move over cable connections and looking to cut the cord, there are a number of streaming services lined up for you. So, it is your pick, stay with a cable connection or stream the Golden Knights games on streaming services. Either way, you can stream all 82 hockey games of the regular 2020-21 season through TV streaming or online streaming.
You will not be able to watch free hockey on TV networks because NHL will not be shown live on free-to-air cable TV networks. But, you can use Reddit and other streaming platforms like fuboTV to watch free hockey. FuboTV offers a week’s trial and you can use this offer to watch NHL games free of cost.
Can I watch Vegas Golden Knights on TV in the US?
For inmate viewers i.e. hockey fans living in Canada and the United States, things are quite simple for them. If you are an avid hockey lover from those two countries and are willing to let go of some dollars, you can enjoy all 82 NHL games on your big screens or your small ones.
NHL has nine national broadcasters to televise live NHL games across continents. Among those nine broadcasters, two are individually located in the US and Canada. Among the 31 NHL franchises, 24 are based in the United States and the remaining 7 are in Canada. So, basically, NHL is greatly followed in those two countries.
For other countries, there are joint national broadcasters.
Czech Republic/ Slovakia
Pan European/ Sub-Saharan Africa
Canal Plus Sports
Zuku Sports/ Setanta Sports
While some have separate national broadcasters, some have joint broadcasters like Pan-European and Sub-Saharan African countries. Canal Sports will telecast NHL live in France, Switzerland, and Monaco.
Those broadcasters will cover NHL live in regional languages.
How to Stream Golden Knights in Canada?
Hockey is no less of a national sport in Canada. Hockey goes a long way in Canadian history. CBS’s Hockey Night in Canada is a Canadian tradition since 1952.
Rogers Communications holds the TV and digital broadcasting rights in Canada at present. Rogers Communications’ Sportsnet will cover the national English language cover of hockey games in Canada. Sportsnet will telecast the hockey games on Sunday and Wednesday nights.
Hockey Night Canada is also covered in Rogers Communications’ present contract with NHL. Under the deal, the network will cover seven games on national TV of the regular NHL season. Hockey Night Canada will be live across FX Canada, Sportsnet Networks, and CBC.
NHL live in HD quality on Regional Networks
While Rogers Communications will take care of all of nationally broadcasting games. Those games that will not air on national TV are covered by regional networks. Sportsnet’s regional networks including TSN and RDS will cover most of the regional games in Canada.
There will be HNL in French. French language TV rights are held by Quebecor Media. Quebecor Media’s TVA Sports will cover most of the NHL games in Canada in French. Those regional networks will broadcast hockey in HD quality.
You can also watch Vegas Golden Knights live stream on your mobile phones.
Vegas Golden Knights Mobile streaming
Sportsnet will cover most of the nationally broadcasting NHL games on TV. Also, it offers SN Now, which will let you stream NHL games online throughout the nation. You can access SN Now with $249.99 which is an annual pass. If you subscribe to the streaming service at the beginning of the NHL season, you can have it at a discounted price of $199.99.
Or, if you want to go for a monthly package, you can have your hand on SN Now for $19.99.
If you are an avid hockey lover, it is better to opt for a yearly pass. With the yearly pass, your SN Now subscription will not be subjected to regional blackouts. So by spending $249.99, you can enjoy all NHL hockey games.
But, the monthly pass will come with regional blackouts.
SN Now is accessible with a number of devices. You can find SN Now on the following platforms.
- Apple TV
- Xbox one
- Amazon Fire TV
- PlayStation 4
- Google Play Store
- iOS App Store
Hockey with NHL Live
NHL Live is easily accessible in Canada. One can subscribe to the streaming service for $179.99 per annum. You can watch all the regular games with NHL Live. You can subscribe to NHL Live for $24 per month.
The streaming service comes with a split-screen feature with which you can watch two games simultaneously.
NHL Live is compatible with devices like PC, laptops, and Macs and is available on iOS App Store and Google Play Store, PlayStation 4, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox One, Android TV, Roku, and Chromecast.
NHL Live also has an auto-renewal feature. If you buy the NHL Live pass once, it will renew for every upcoming NHL season until you cancel it.
Watch NHL live in the US
NHL will be live on national TV through NBC Sports in the United States. As in Canada, the games that are not broadcast on national TV will air on the regional networks in the US. The regional games will be live on networks like MSG Network, Fox Sports Networks, AT&T SportsNet, and NBC Sports Regional Networks.
If you want to stream NHL games on streaming services in the US, you have the following options to do so.
- NHL.TV (cost – $24.99 per month)
- FuboTV (cost $54.99)
- Sling TV ($30 per month)
If you want to watch every single hockey event, NHL.TV will be your best option.
FuboTV and SlingTV are only available in the United States.