Is The NHL Network On YouTube TV?
The short answer is No. YouTube TV does not have the NHL Network available on its platform.
Launched on October 1, 2007, It is a cable and satellite Network that provides broadcasts of ice Hockey games primarily focusing on NHL and NHL-related content.
Besides the NHL, they have aired games of the AHL, IIHF Junior championships, college hockey, and the American Hockey League.
The network telecasts the live games of the NHL, and their programming includes shows like NHL Tonight, On the Fly, NHL Now, NHL Classics, NHL Network Ice Time, and more.
DIRECTV STREAM and fubuTV carry the network and offer free trials, which means until the free trial expires, you can get the channel for free.
NHL games can be found on YouTube TV through various sports channels it carries like ESPN. YouTube TV has dropped all of the FOX Network's RSNs which carried the regional sports network NESN, which airs Bruins games.
Sling TV is the most cost-efficient way to get the NHL Network, available as part of their Sports Extra.
The combination of the Sling Orange base plan and the Sports Extra add-on means you get ESPN and TNT along with the network, leaving you with a lot of hockey covered in a plan that costs between $40 to $55 per month
EPSN+ while it offers out-of-market games its services. Amazon Prime Video does not offer the channel as an add-on service, and given below is the list of providers that do offer the NHL Network:
- Cox | Cable | $56.00–$139.00/mo.
- DIRECTV | Satellite | $64.99–$154.99/mo.
- DIRECTV STREAM | Streaming | $64.99–$154.99/mo.
- DISH | Satellite | $79.99–$109.99/mo.
- fuboTV | Streaming | $74.99–$94.99/mo.
- Optimum | Cable | $35.00–$115.00/mo.
- Sling TV | Streaming | $40.00–$55.00/mo.
- Spectrum | Cable | $59.99/mo.
- Vidgo | Streaming | $69.99–$99.99/mo.
- Xfinity | Cable | $20.00–$80.00/mo.