Are NHL Playoff Games Blacked Out?

If you’re a hockey fan, you’re probably wondering if NHL playoff games are blacked out. Here’s what you need to know.

Yes, if the game is not being televised in your local area

NHL playoff games are blacked out in your local TV area if the game is being televised on NBC, NBCSN, CNBC or NHL Network. If you are trying to watch a game on one of those networks that is being blacked out in your area, you will need to subscribe to, which allows you to live stream all out-of-market games.

No, if you have allows you to watch out-of-market games live and on demand. There are no blackouts, so you can always watch your favorite team, even if they’re not playing in your area.

Yes, if you live in Canada

NHL playoff games are subject to blackouts in Canada. This is because the Canadian broadcasting rights are held by Rogers Communications, and they have decided to black out all games that are not being broadcast on their network. This means that if you live in Canada, you will not be able to watch any NHL playoff games on TV unless they are being broadcast by Rogers.

No, if you live in the United States

NHL playoff games are not blacked out in the United States, regardless of whether the game is being played in your local market or not.

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