- 1 Watch Buffalo Sabres Games Live Without Cable
- 2 Live Streaming Buffalo Sabres Games
- 3 What Channels Are Buffalo Sabres Games On?
- 4 Buffalo Sabres 2021-2022 TV Schedule
- 5 Stream Buffalo Sabres Games With DIRECTV STREAM
- 6 Live Stream Buffalo Sabres Games With fuboTV
- 7 Stream Live Buffalo Sabres Games On ESPN+
- 8 How To Stream Buffalo Sabres Live Games Out-of-Market
- 9 Illegal Streams of National Hockey League Games
- 10 Watch Their Eastern Conference Atlantic Division Opponents
- 11 Complete 2021-2022 NHL Team Guide For Watching Games Online
- 12 FAQs
Watch Buffalo Sabres Games Live Without Cable
Watching the Buffalo Sabres (R) games without a cable TV subscription is super easy. For this upcoming Buffalo Sabres season, there are many different choices available for almost every type of cord-cutter out there including in-market and out-of-market games. In this streaming TV hockey guide, we will review the best available streaming options for the 2021-2022 NHL season such as DIRECTV STREAM, ESPN+, and fuboTV.
Live Streaming Buffalo Sabres Games
You can watch live Buffalo Sabres games without a cable TV subscription by using a live TV streaming service. In the 2021-2022 season, the Buffalo Sabres will to playing a full 82 game schedule.
How to watch Buffalo Sabres games live depends on whether you want to watch the game in-market or out-of-market. If you live in-market you can subscribe to a live television streaming service that offers MSG. DIRECTV STREAM and fuboTV are the best options because it is the only service to offer the Buffalo Sabres regional sports network.
If you live out-of-market, the best way to watch Buffalo Sabres games is with ESPN+. ESPN+ is now the exclusive provider of out-of-market NHL matches.
What Channels Are Buffalo Sabres Games On?
Here is the list of the sports channels required to watch Buffalo Sabres live hockey games and the different services that offer them.
Buffalo Sabres 2021-2022 TV Schedule
|Montreal Canadiens||Thu, Oct 14 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Arizona Coyotes||Sat, Oct 16 1:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Vancouver Canucks||Tue, Oct 19 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Boston Bruins||Fri, Oct 22 7:00 PM||ESPN+||☐||☐||☐||☐||☐|
|@ New Jersey Devils||Sat, Oct 23 7:00 PM||MSG, MSG+||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Tampa Bay Lightning||Mon, Oct 25 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Anaheim Ducks||Thu, Oct 28 10:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Los Angeles Kings||Sun, Oct 31 4:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ San Jose Sharks||Tue, Nov 2 10:30 PM||ESPN+||☐||☐||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Seattle Kraken||Thu, Nov 4 10:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Detroit Red Wings||Sat, Nov 6 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Washington Capitals||Mon, Nov 8 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Edmonton Oilers||Fri, Nov 12 7:00 PM||ESPN+||☐||☐||☐||☐||☐|
|Toronto Maple Leafs||Sat, Nov 13 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Pittsburgh Penguins||Tue, Nov 16 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Calgary Flames||Thu, Nov 18 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ New York Rangers||Sun, Nov 21 6:00 PM||MSG, MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Columbus Blue Jackets||Mon, Nov 22 7:00 PM||Fox Sports Ohio, Bally Sports Ohio, MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Boston Bruins||Wed, Nov 24 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Montreal Canadiens||Fri, Nov 26 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Detroit Red Wings||Sat, Nov 27 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Seattle Kraken||Mon, Nov 29 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Florida Panthers||Thu, Dec 2 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Carolina Hurricanes||Sat, Dec 4 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Anaheim Ducks||Tue, Dec 7 7:30 PM||ESPN+||☐||☐||☐||☐||☐|
|New York Rangers||Fri, Dec 10 7:00 PM||MSG, MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Washington Capitals||Sat, Dec 11 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Winnipeg Jets||Tue, Dec 14 8:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Minnesota Wild||Thu, Dec 16 8:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Pittsburgh Penguins||Fri, Dec 17 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Columbus Blue Jackets||Mon, Dec 20 7:00 PM||Fox Sports Ohio, Bally Sports Ohio, MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Colorado Avalanche||Wed, Dec 22 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Columbus Blue Jackets||Thu, Dec 23 7:00 PM||MSG, Fox Sports Ohio, Bally Sports Ohio||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|New York Islanders||Mon, Dec 27 7:00 PM||MSG+, MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|New Jersey Devils||Wed, Dec 29 7:00 PM||MSG+, MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ New York Islanders||Thu, Dec 30 7:30 PM||MSG, MSG+||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Boston Bruins||Fri, Jan 1 1:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|San Jose Sharks||Wed, Jan 6 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Montreal Canadiens||Fri, Jan 8 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Tampa Bay Lightning||Mon, Jan 11 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Nashville Predators||Wed, Jan 13 8:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Detroit Red Wings||Fri, Jan 15 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Detroit Red Wings||Sun, Jan 17 1:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Ottawa Senators||Mon, Jan 18 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Dallas Stars||Wed, Jan 20 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Philadelphia Flyers||Fri, Jan 22 1:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Ottawa Senators||Mon, Jan 25 1:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Arizona Coyotes||Fri, Jan 29 9:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Colorado Avalanche||Sat, Jan 30 8:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Vegas Golden Knights||Mon, Feb 1 10:00 PM||ESPN+||☐||☐||☐||☐||☐|
|@ St. Louis Blues||Thu, Feb 25 8:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Dallas Stars||Sat, Feb 27 2:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Toronto Maple Leafs||Tue, Mar 2 7:30 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Minnesota Wild||Thu, Mar 4 7:00 PM||ESPN+||☐||☐||☐||☐||☐|
|Los Angeles Kings||Sat, Mar 6 1:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Florida Panthers||Sun, Mar 7 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Vegas Golden Knights||Wed, Mar 10 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Toronto Maple Leafs||Sat, Mar 13 3:00 PM||TNT||☑||☐||☑||☑||☑|
|@ Edmonton Oilers||Wed, Mar 17 9:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Calgary Flames||Thu, Mar 18 9:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Vancouver Canucks||Sat, Mar 20 10:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Pittsburgh Penguins||Tue, Mar 23 7:30 PM||TNT||☑||☐||☑||☑||☑|
|Washington Capitals||Thu, Mar 25 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ New York Rangers||Sat, Mar 27 5:00 PM||MSG, MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Chicago Blackhawks||Sun, Mar 28 8:30 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Winnipeg Jets||Tue, Mar 30 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Nashville Predators||Thu, Apr 1 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Florida Panthers||Sat, Apr 3 1:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Carolina Hurricanes||Mon, Apr 5 7:00 PM||ESPN+||☐||☐||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Carolina Hurricanes||Wed, Apr 7 7:30 PM||ESPN+||☐||☐||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Florida Panthers||Thu, Apr 8 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Tampa Bay Lightning||Sat, Apr 10 5:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Toronto Maple Leafs||Mon, Apr 12 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|St. Louis Blues||Wed, Apr 14 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Philadelphia Flyers||Fri, Apr 16 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Philadelphia Flyers||Sat, Apr 17 5:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Ottawa Senators||Tue, Apr 20 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ New Jersey Devils||Wed, Apr 21 7:00 PM||MSG, MSG+||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|New York Islanders||Fri, Apr 23 7:30 PM||MSG+, MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Montreal Canadiens||Mon, Apr 26 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|@ Boston Bruins||Wed, Apr 28 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☑||☐||☐||☐|
|Chicago Blackhawks||Thu, Apr 29 7:00 PM||MSG||☑||☐||☐||☐||☐|
**Availability based on in-market location.
Stream Buffalo Sabres Games With DIRECTV STREAM
The best option available for watching Buffalo Sabres online is DIRECTV STREAM. DIRECTV STREAM was formerly known as AT&T TV. This streaming service carries regional sports networks for every US-based NHL team except for the Philadelphia Flyers. This includes Altitude, Bally Sports Networks, NBC Sports Networks, AT&T Sports Networks, MSG, NESN, YES, and others.
To get access to the Buffalo Sabres regional sports networks you will need to subscribe to the DIRECTV STREAM Choice TV package or above. The Choice package costs $84.99/month which also includes 90+ live channels and local TV stations, 45,000+ on-demand titles, and free HBO Max, Showtime, EPIX, and Cinemax for the first 3-months.
DIRECTV STREAM does not require a contract or installation. You can access DIRECTV STREAM on multiple devices such as smart TVs, smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other streaming devices.
Live Stream Buffalo Sabres Games With fuboTV
fuboTV is another great choice for streaming NHL hockey games. This live streaming service gives subscribers access to most of the TV networks that carry NHL matches such as NBC Sports Network, NBC, MSG, MSG+, and NESN. Bally Sports Regional Networks are not available due to carriage disputes. Additionally, this service does not require a contract nor does it have any installation costs.
Currently, fuboTV offers regional sports networks for 9 NHL teams. The professional ice hockey team includes Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Chicago Blackhawks, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, San Jose Sharks, and Washington Capitals. fuboTV is the least expensive option for MSG, MSG+, and NESN.
Among its supported devices are Android, iOS, Xbox One, 4th generation Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and other TV stick.
Another top reason to get fuboTV is that it offers NHL Network which typically airs ~100 NHL games every season. Only Sling TV and fuboTV offer NHL Network. fuboTV offers a 7-day free trial so you can try this streaming out first before committing to a monthly plan.
Stream Live Buffalo Sabres Games On ESPN+
ESPN+ is one of the best ways to watch Buffalo Sabres games out-of-market this season. ESPN+ is the exclusive home to Quest For The Stanley Cup and the nightly NHL highlights and discussion program, In The Crease.
Additionally, ESPN+ is now the exclusive home to out-of-market NHL games including every Canadian based NHL team. ESPN+ offers more than 1,000 regular-season NHL games as part of its regular subscription and 75 exclusive, national NHL game telecasts. The service costs $6.99/month or $69.99/annual. If you subscribe to Disney+ and/or Hulu you can bundle ESPN+, Disney+, and Hulu together for just $13.99/month.
ESPN+ also offers live and on-demand coverage of MLB, MLS, UFC, college football, and several other popular sports. Watch ESPN’s original content such as Peyton’s Places, 30 For 30, E:60, and more.
How To Stream Buffalo Sabres Live Games Out-of-Market
One of the greatest obstacles and annoyances of cord-cutting can be blackouts and the differences in available channels from market to market. When it comes to sporting events it can be even worse. However, there is good news and that news is VPNs or Virtual Private Networks. VPNs can be installed on virtually any device (smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, etc.). You can also use a device such as StreamLocator that has software already built-in. Visit the StreamLocator website to learn more.
A VPN service allows you to “mask” your IP address by connecting to a server in another geolocation. This means that if you live on the west coast but want to see a team from the east coast, you can just set your VPN to that location and you will get the channels in that local market. This even works for international customers who want to see US TV and sports.
You may be thinking to yourself, “I don’t know, this sounds complicated.” But do not worry, VPNs sound complicated, but they are actually very easy to install and operate. Most VPNs only require just a few clicks to operate and you will never deal with a blackout ever again.
We recommend using ExpressVPN. ExpressVPN has thousands of servers across the globe, is one of the best VPNs, and is very easy to use. You can get ExpressVPN for 3-months free by visiting the ExpressVPN website.
Illegal Streams of National Hockey League Games
It is our policy to never recommend any illegal streams of NHL games or anything else. Many illegal “free” streams put you at considerable risk to acquire viruses and dangerous malware. Most illegal streams are terrible quality and frequently go dark in the middle of a game. Do you want to risk missing the game’s biggest moment because a stream went down? We do not believe it is worth the risk by any means just to save a few bucks.
Watch Their Eastern Conference Atlantic Division Opponents
The Eastern Conference Atlantic Division currently has eight members: Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Detroit Red Wings, Florida Panthers, Montréal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, Tampa Bay Lightning, and Toronto Maple Leafs.
Watch Tampa Bay Lightning Without Cable
TEAM INFO: Established in 1992, Tampa Bay Lightning are now owned by Vinik Sports Group, LLC. They play their home games at Amalie Arena and their current head coach is Jon Cooper.
Stream Boston Bruins
TEAM INFO: Established in 1924, Boston Bruins are now owned by Delaware North Companies. They play their home games at TD Garden and their current head coach is Bruce Cassidy.
Check Out Detroit Red Wings
TEAM INFO: Established in 1926, Detroit Red Wings are owned by Ilitch Holdings. They play their home games at Little Caesars Arena and their current head coach is Jeff Blashill.
Watch Florida Panthers Without Cable
TEAM INFO: Established in 1993, The Panthers are now owned by Sunrise Sports and Entertainment. They play their home games at FLA Live Arena and their current head coach is Andrew Brunette.
Stream Montréal Canadiens
TEAM INFO: Established in 1909, Montréal Canadiens, popular Habs, are now owned by the Molson family (majority owner). They play their homecourt games at Bell Centre and their current head coach is Dominique Ducharme.
Check Out Ottawa Senators
TEAM INFO: Established in 1992, Ottawa Senators, also known as The Sens, are now owned by Eugene Melnyk. They play their homecourt games at Canadian Tire Centre and their current head coach is D. J. Smith.
See Toronto Maple Leafs Without Cable
TEAM INFO: Established in 1917, The Leafs are owned by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd. They play their homecourt games at Scotiabank Arena and their current head coach is Sheldon Keefe.
Complete 2021-2022 NHL Team Guide For Watching Games Online
Read our guide on how to watch NHL games or select one of the teams below to learn more about streaming your favorite NHL teams all season long.
|Atlantic Division||Metropolitan Division|
1. How can I stream Buffalo Sabres games?
There are a number of ways to stream Buffalo Sabres games. You can use a service like fuboTV or Sling TV, which will allow you to watch the game live on your computer or tablet. If you have cable TV, there is most likely an NHL package that includes the Sabres games. There are also some streaming services available for mobile devices such as MLB At Bat and NHL Gamecenter Live.
2. Can you watch Sabres games on ESPN+?
Yes, ESPN+ is a part of the new streaming service from Disney and ESPN. The service costs $6.99 per month and offers live sports content including MLB games, NHL games, MLS games, and more.
3. How can I watch the Buffalo Bills game tonight?
If you want to watch the Buffalo Sabres game live, you can either purchase tickets from various ticket vendors or tune in to one of the following channels to see them on TV:
– CBS Sports Network
– Fox Sports 1
– NFL Network
For updated schedules of the Buffalo Bills games, always visit our post above.
4. How can I watch the Buffalo Bills game without cable?
One way to watch the Buffalo Bills game without cable is by using an antenna. This will allow you to get local channels for free, including NBC (WBEN) and CBS (WIVB). You can also use a streaming service like Hulu or SlingTV. If you want more options, there are many sites that offer live streams of NFL games online.
5. How do I stream the Buffalo Bills game for free?
The Buffalo Bills game can be streamed for free on NFL.com and Yahoo! Sports. The Buffalo Bills are a professional American football team that play in the Eastern Division of the AFC. They play their home games at New Era Field, which is also known as Ralph Wilson Stadium. The stadium has a capacity of 73,967 and was built in 1973.