How to Watch Stanley Cup Finals Online without Cable

Stanley Cup Finals Live Stream

Date/Time: Starts on Monday, May 29 at 9:00 p.m. ET.

Channel: NBC & NCBSN

Live Stream: DIRECTV NOW (7-day free trial), Sling TV (free 7-day trial), fuboTV (free 7-day trial), or PlayStation Vue (5-day free trial)

The Stanley Cup Finals are here once again. Hockey might not be the number one sport in terms of popularity in the U.S., but the Stanley Cup Playoffs are certainly amongst the best in the country. The matchup between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Nashville Predators looks like it won’t disappoint. If you’re interested, you can easily watch Stanley Cup Finals online.

Even without cable, you’ll have plenty of great ways to watch the series live streaming. There are a couple great services that let you watch popular cable channels without actually having to pay for cable. They will offer ways to watch the games on both NBC and NBCSN. Keep reading to learn more!

 

Watch Stanley Cup Finals Online with DIRECTV NOW

Watch Stanley Cup Finals Online

DIRECTV NOW will be a solid option to watch your Stanley Cup Finals live stream. The service has a starting price of $35 per month for a package with more than 50 channels to stream. The size of the DIRECTV NOW channel list makes this a great option to fully replace your cable package.

You can watch games nationwide on NBCSN and you can catch the NBC games live in select markets. If you want to try the service out and watch Stanley Cups Finals online free, start a 7-day free trial now.

 

Use Sling TV to Watch Stanley Cup Finals Online

Watch Stanley Cup Finals Online

Dish Network’s streaming service, Sling TV, will let you stream Stanley Cup Finals. Everyone can watch the series on NBCSN and in certain areas NBC is available to live stream. These both are part of the $25 per month “Sling Blue” package. You can do much more than watch the Stanley Cup Finals streaming, since there are over 40 channels including in the package.

You can also watch Stanley Cup Finals online free on Sling TV through another weeklong free trial. You can also get some great deals if you’re a first-time subscriber to the service, so make sure to check those out. If you have any other questions, check out our Sling TV review.

 

FuboTV Can Let You Watch Stanley Cup Finals Online

Watch Stanley Cup Finals Online

The sports-first streaming service, fuboTV, will also offer a Stanley Cup Finals live stream. Similar to the other services, NBC is available in certain markets, while NBCSN is available across the U.S. The starting package costs $35 per month and lets you watch some of the best sporting events in the world. Plus, fuboTV comes with a cloud DVR feature, so you can record a game and watch it within 72 hours.

Start a weeklong free trial now or check out our fuboTV review for more details.

 

Sony Lets you Watch Stanley Cup Finals Online on PlayStation Vue

Watch Stanley Cup Finals Online

PlayStation Vue is another service that can work as a full-fledged cable alternative. There are around 50 channels to stream in the starting package and it only costs $29.99 per month. There’s also a cloud DVR feature that lets you watch your recordings for up to 28 days. NBCSN is available for everyone and certain markets will get NBC live streaming. Everywhere will get NBC on-demand, even if you don’t get it live. Check out our PlayStation Vue review to learn more.

Vue is one more way to watch Stanley Cup Finals online free with its 5-day free trial.

 

Make sure to keep up with all the games by keeping track of the series schedule. It certainly looks like it’ll be another exciting series, so you won’t want to miss out. P.K. Subban and Sidney Crosby should keep it exciting enough between the two of them.

If you want to watch even more sports online, you’re in luck. We put together a full sports guide for cable cutters to not miss out on watching some of their favorite teams. And, we also have a guide for streaming the NHL all year.

Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier reports on the streaming industry as it relates to sports media, providing coverage on how to watch live sports without cable.
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