Saturday, June 8, 2024

Streaming the Stanley Cup (2024)

The Stanley Cup finals begin this weekend. Game one is tonight.

The best-of-seven series opens tonight in Miami with the Florida Panthers, last year's runner up seeking their first title, hosting the Edmonton Oilers, who are seeking their first title since 1990.

If you are a fan of the NHL, you can watch the Stanley Cup without cable.

TNT is broadcasting the series, and you can watch TNT streaming by a few methods.


  • Antenna (free)
  • Sling TV (8 markets only) ($45/month)
  • YouTube TV ($73/month)
  • Hulu+Live TV ($77/month)
  • Fubo (Pro) ($80/month)
  • DirecTV (Entertainment) ($85/month)


  • ESPN+ (standalone) ($11/month)
  • Disney Bundle ($15/month)

The cheapest way is to use an antenna. That's free, if you have one. Next is ESPN Plus at $11/month, then the Disney Bundle at $15/month. Sling TV, either the Orange or the Blue package, has it if you live in one of 8 markets that carry ABC. Otherwise, YouTube TV at $73/month is the cheapest service that carries ABC. The overall content of the package may be a reason to pick one of the more expensive packages.

My Streaming Life doesn't normally include ice hockey. But if yours does, you have options. Lots of options.

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