How to Watch NHL Games Out of Market

If you’re a diehard NHL fan, you probably want to watch as many games as possible – even if they’re not being broadcast in your market. Here’s how to do it.


Whether you’re a fan of the Winnipeg Jets or the Pittsburgh Penguins, live in Toronto or San Jose, you can watch every single NHL game online — without blackouts — and here’s how.

If you live in the U.S., use to watch out-of-market games. You’ll be able to choose between two package options: All Access and Single Team. “All Access” gives you access to every out-of-market game for the entire season while “Single Team” allows you to choose one team and watch every one of their out-of-market games. Both packages cost $159.99 per year, with a 7-day free trial available. You can also purchase a monthly subscription for $24.99 per month, with no free trial available.

In order to sign up for, you’ll need to create an account on first. Once you’ve done that, go to the website and select “Sign In” in the top right corner of the screen. Enter your email address and password associated with your NHL account, then click “Begin Watching”.

If you live in Canada, use Rogers NHL Live to watch out-of-market games..

What You Will Need

Here’s what you will need to follow these steps and start watching NHL games out of market:

-An internet-connected device such as a computer, laptop, smartphone, or tablet
-A high-speed internet connection
-A VPN service that offers servers in the US
-A valid US cable TV subscription that includes NBC Sports Network

If you have all of these things, you’re ready to get started!

Step One: Choose Your Package

If you want to watch NHL games that are out of market, you will need to choose a package that includes the NHL Network. There are two main packages that offer the NHL Network – the “America’s Top 120+” package and the “America’s Top 200” package – both of which are offered by Dish Network.

Step Two: Set Up Your Account and Start Watching

If you live in the United States, you can subscribe to NHL.TV and get every out-of-market game (plus some in-market games, depending on your region) for $99.99 per year or $24.99 per month. That’s every game, every day, all season long. You can also buy a team pass for $109.99 to watch a single team’s out-of-market games all season long

First, create an NHL.TV account and log in. Then, choose your package and checkout via PayPal or credit card. Once that’s done, head back to the NHL.TV website and click the “My Account” link at the top of the page. From there, scroll down to the “Game Center LIVE Subscriptions” section and click the “Subscribe Now” button next to NHL GameCenter LIVE™

That will take you to a sign-up page where you can enter your payment information (again) and start watching games—you can even buy a team pass if you want to watch a single team all season long instead of every team.

Step Three: Troubleshooting

If you’re having trouble streaming a game, there are a few things you can do to try and fix the issue.

First, check your internet connection. A strong and stable connection is key to streaming any kind of video content. If you’re using a Wi-Fi connection, try moving closer to your router or connecting directly with an Ethernet cable.

If that doesn’t work, try clearing your browser’s cache and cookies. To do this, go to your browser’s settings and look for the option to clear your history. Once you’ve done that, restart your browser and try loading the game again.

If you’re still having trouble, it could be an issue with the NHL app or website itself. In that case, the best thing to do is wait a few minutes and try again later.


There are a variety of ways that you can watch NHL games out of market. You can purchase a league pass, which will give you access to all of the games, or you can purchase individual game tickets. You can also find streams of games online, though these may be of lower quality. Ultimately, the best way to watch NHL games out of market is to purchase a league pass, as this will give you the best quality and access to all of the games.

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