It didn’t look good, but there’s an NHL season this year after all, albeit a shortened one. The regular season began Jan. 19, and luckily for fans, there are now more ways to catch the action. From streaming to live TV, here’s how to get your game on!
Your New Favourite Channel
NHL Centre Ice
Get up to 600 regular-season games this season, including a number of games broadcast in high definition. If you’re a hockey fan, you can’t do better than this channel, which shows many out-of-market matches otherwise unavailable to watch live on TV.
Get it: NHL Centre Ice is available as part of the Super Sports Pak. It includes MLB Extra Innings, NBA League Pass, OHL Action Pak, a subscription to Sportsnet Magazine and more.
To Subscribe: Click here
Live stream CBC’s Hockey Night In Canada on mobile.
Whether you can’t get home in time to catch the game or you’re out and about, Rogers Anyplace TV lets you live stream all the nationally broadcast games straight to your mobile device.
Get it: To stream Hockey Night In Canada on your Rogers wireless device, download the Rogers Anyplace TV Live app.
Cost: $5/month for five hours of viewing. Overage charge of $1/ hour. Until April 30, all overage charges are waived. App is free.
To Subscribe: Download the Rogers Anyplace TV Live app
Leafs Nation Goes Online
Regional live streaming of Toronto Maple Leafs games on Sportsnet from your iPad and PC
If you live within the Greater Toronto Area and you’re a Rogers digital TV or wireless customer, you can now live-stream Toronto Maple Leafs games directly to your iPad or PC. This includes live games broadcast on Sportsnet Ontario and on Leafs TV. You must be a subscriber to Sportsnet Ontario to access these games; likewise for Leafs TV games.
Get It: To access live games on your PC, you must be a Rogers digital TV Sportsnet subscriber and be registered with Rogers Anyplace TV. Visit rogersanyplacetv.com/sports. To watch on your iPad, download the Sportsnet Leafs Live app from the Apple app store.
Cost: Streaming from your PC or iPad is included with your Sportsnet TV and Leafs TV subscription.