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Blues vs Canucks Live Stream (10/27/2023): How to Watch NHL Hockey Online From anywhere. The 2023-2024 NHL season is upon us, and once again the NHL on TNT is going to be a way for hockey fans around the country to watch some of the biggest games of the season.


The cable network is one of the two TV homes for the NHL throughout the 2023-2024 NHL season, with NHL on ESPN being the other. New for this season though, there is going to be live streaming option for NHL on TNT games that will allow those who have cut the cord to watch the action.

The 2023-24 NHL season is upon us, with 32 teams battling it out on the ice for a chance to play for the Stanley Cup.

With the new season, it’s time to dial in your streaming service lineup to get the most NHL action possible. Read on for our complete guide on how to watch the NHL live online during the 2023-24 season.

The NHL on TNT is, as its name indicates, carried by TNT. The cable channel is available on every major cable and satellite pay-TV provider. In addition, live TV streaming services like DirecTV Stream, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV and YouTube TV all provide live viewing of TNT through at least one of the available subscription packages.

How to stream NHL on TNT

New for this season, fans are going to have the ability to stream NHL on TNT through the Max streaming platform.

Warner Bros. Discovery previously announced that it is making its B/R Sports Add-On tier for Max free to all Max subscribers starting in October and running through February 29, 2024. After that, it will cost subscribers an extra $9.99 per month to keep live sports as an option for the streaming service.

How to watch NHL on TNT from anywhere

Another option that allows viewers to watch a specific broadcast from anywhere is a virtual private network, also known as a VPN. A VPN is designed to route network traffic through a specific set of servers in a specific country, allowing viewers to watch content on an encrypted feed over a computer.

NHL on TNT commentators

NHL on TNT's hockey coverage is Emmy nominated, with big names in studio previewing and reacting to the games during intermissions and post-game, and with their primary commentators.

The NHL on TNT studio is lead by host Liam McHugh and features Wayne Gretzky, Paul Bissonnette, Anson Carter and Henrik Lundqvist as its studio analysts.

The main announcing team is led by play-by-play commentator Kenny Albert and game analyst Eddie Olczyk. The pair will have a new ice level analyst for this season, former NHL goaltender Brian Boucher.

Additional NHL on TNT commentators include play-by-play announcer Brendan Burke, analysts Darren Pang and Jennifer Botterill and reporters Jackie Redmond and Tarik El-Bashir.

How to Watch NHL Games for Free

If you want to watch a few NHL games for free, be sure to take advantage of the free trials from DirecTV Stream and fuboTV. Grab the five-day DirecTV Stream free trial here, and check fuboTV’s website here to see if it’s currently offering a free trial. Just remember to cancel them before the trial window is up to avoid being charged.

NHL Schedule (October 2023)

The 2023-24 NHL season kicks off on Tuesday, Oct. 10, and runs until April 18 when the regular season ends. The 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs start on April 22.

How to watch NHL games in 2023

The easiest way to stream NHL games this season is through cable log-ins. All of the TV services have an app for their respective RSNs that can be used to stream.

Here's a look at where each team's games can be found.

Bally Sports

Anaheim Ducks

Carolina Hurricanes

Columbus Blue Jackets

Dallas Stars

Detroit Red Wings

Florida Panthers

Los Angeles Kings

Minnesota Wild

Nashville Predators

St. Louis Blues

Tampa Bay Lightning


Buffalo Sabres

New Jersey Devils

New York Islanders

New York Rangers


Montreal Canadiens

Ottawa Senators

Toronto Maple Leafs (split with Sportsnet)

Winnipeg Jets


Calgary Flames

Edmonton Oilers

Vancouver Canucks

Toronto Maple Leafs (split with TSN)

NBC Sports RSN

Chicago Blackhawks

Philadelphia Flyers

San Jose Sharks

Scripps Sports

Arizona Coyotes

Vegas Golden Knights

Altitude Sports

Colorado Avalanche

AT&T SportsNet

Pittsburgh Penguins


Boston Bruins

Monumental Sports Network

Washington Capitals

Root Sports Northwest

Seattle Kraken

First, the Vegas Golden Knights will host the Seattle Kraken on opening night. The Golden Knights, who won a Stanley Cup title in their sixth season, will celebrate the franchise's first championship by raising a banner before the game at Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena.

Then the two will meet in the annual outdoor Winter Classic game on New Year's Day at Seattle's T-Mobile Park, home of Major League Baseball's Mariners. The NHL regular season will run from Oct. 10 to April 18 and includes four outdoor games and four games in Europe.

The defending champion Golden Knights have been to the playoffs in all but one season while the Kraken improved by 40 points to reach the postseason in their second season.

The Hall of Fame induction is Nov. 13 in Toronto. Tom Barrasso, Henrik Lundqvist, Caroline Ouellette, Pierre Turgeon and Mike Vernon will be inducted in the player category. Ken Hitchcock and the late Pierre Lacroix were elected in the builder category.

The 2023-24 NHL Rulebook doesn't have any major changes from the 2022-23 edition, but here are two notable tweaks that made it into the official rule book this year, as first reported by Scouting the Refs.

If your team was hurt by a missed puck-in-the netting call prior to last season, we have good news— unless you dislike coach's challenges, in which case, get ready for more pauses in play.

A coach's ability to challenge a puck-in-the netting call now officially extends to any puck put above the glass before scoring a goal, no matter which team made the last play.

That rule was already in effect, as Colorado Avalanche fans will remember from four years ago, when the rule was applied on a coach's challenge.

In Game 7 of the 2019 second round, the San Jose Sharks successfully challenged a goal for being offsides because Gabriel Landeskog was still on the ice on the other side of the blue line as he prepared to enter the bench following a line change.


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