Home Sports How To Watch Philadelphia Flyers Games

How To Watch Philadelphia Flyers Games

by David Miklos Hazi
Watch Philadelphia Flyers Games

Watching the Philadelphia Flyers hockey games has never been easier. In 2019-2020 there are several different cord cutting options available to watch NHL (R) hockey games without cable. In this review, we will cover several different available methods such as AT&T TV Now, fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, NHL.TV, ESPN+ and more.

NHL on fuboTV

Watch Philadelphia Flyers Live Without Cable

Here is the list of channels required to watch Flyers hockey games and the different services that offer them.

Channels
AT&T TV NOW
Fubo TV
Hulu
Sling TV
NBC Sports Philadelphia
NBC Sports Philadelphia+
NBC Sports Network
*Information provided for the Philadelphia, PA cord-cutters.

NHL on fuboTV

Live Stream Philadelphia Flyers Games With fuboTV

fuboTV-streaming-tv
fuboTV is one of our top choice for streaming NHL hockey games. Most notably, this live streaming service gives subscribers access to most of the TV networks that carry NHL games such as NBC Sports Network, NBC, and MSG, MSG+, and NESN. FOX Sports Regional Networks are no longer 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. These teams include 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.

fuboTV offers several different packages Family ($59.99/month), Ultra ($79.99/month), and fubo Latino ($29.99/month). The fubo Family package contains 94 channels; 3 screens at once, and 500 hours of cloud DVR; Ultra has 163 channels, 3 screens at once, 500 hours of cloud DVR, fubo Extra, SHOWTIME channels, and Sports Plus.

Cord-cutters interested in this service can sign-up by going through our link. Please read our comprehensive fuboTV review for more details about this service.

Watch NHL on fuboTV Now

Stream Flyers Games On Hulu With Live TV

Hulu Streaming Service
Hulu just keeps getting better and better. They are no longer just an on-demand streaming platform, they now have live TV and sports including live streams of NHL games. This service is no longer in beta and makes for a great option to watch the Red Wings games during the 2019-2020 NHL season.

Hulu offers subscribers access to CNBC, NBC, NBCSN, USA, Fox Sports regional networks, and NBC regional sports networks. However, notably missing from the channel lineup is NHL Network. In recent years, Hulu has also been the official sponsor of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. If you don’t need NHL Network we highly recommend this service.

Hulu only offers one live streaming TV package which costs $54.99/month. In addition to sports, Hulu + Live TV contains over 60 channels. Other popular channels offered by this service are FS1, FS1, TNT, Nat Geo, Discovery Channel, FX/FXX, and more. Hulu works on mobile devices, computers, smart TVs, and streaming devices such as Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV. Unlike cable or satellite TV, there are no installation or set-up fees and you can try out the service free for 30 days.

Watch Red Wings With Hulu Free Trial

Stream Philadelphia Flyers With NHL.TV And ESPN+

Watch Live Sports On ESPN+
ESPN+ is a direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service from The Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International group in partnership with ESPN. The service is a great way to watch every Flyers game 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+ offers more than 180 regular-season NHL games as part of its regular subscription which costs $5.99/month or $49.99/annual. Fans will also be able to purchase and watch the entire NHL.TV package as part of ESPN+ for an additional price of $24.99 per month.

NHL.TV is a standalone streaming service that lets you live stream every out-of-market NHL game. One of the major features is it allows you to watch up to four games at once, all season long. Additionally, you can choose not only from extra camera angles (two over-the-goal cameras, a zipline aerial cam, and the first-person ref cam) but also which audio hear: the television broadcast or the play-by-play for the team you’re cheering for. That’s in addition to an on-demand library of previous games and DVR capabilities that allow you to save, pause, and rewind as needed. Plus, it streams in 60 grams per second.

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. Read our comprehensive ESPN+ review.

Sign Up For ESPN+ Now

Additional Ways To Stream Philadelphia Flyers Games

  • NHL.TV – Formerly known as “GameCenter Live,” NHL.TV makes every NHL regular season game available live online. This service is loaded with blackout restrictions. You will likely need a VPN.
  • YouTube TV – Very popular new service but lack variety of streaming packages and add-ons. Does not carry the MSG Network. This service costs $64.99/month.

NHL on fuboTV

How To Stream Philadelphia Flyers Out of Market

NHL is one of those sports that has a lot of blackout restrictions, especially for hockey cord-cutters. It is also one of those sports where it is difficult to watch your favorite teams internally or out-of-market. The good news is there is a way around these blackout restrictions for most of the services covered in this guide. The best way to watch NHL games that are not in your home market is to sign up for NHL.TV through ESPN+. You will get every single out-of-market game.

Services like NHL.TV will blackout your local team. However, there is good news and that news is VPNs or Virtual Private Networks. They can also allow you to bypass geo-blocking by setting your IP address to an in-market location. VPNs help protect your streaming data and viewing habits by encrypting it. Today’s VPNs are fast and inexpensive.

A VPN allows you to “mask” your IP address by connecting to a server in another location. If your local hockey team has blackouts then you simply connect to a different region that is able to show your team. You may also use a VPN to access RSNs in different geographical regions.

Our top-rated VPN is ExpressVPN. ExpressVPN is a fast, reliable, and inexpensive option to pair with your favorite streaming service. Plans begin as low as $8.32/month. You can try ExpressVPN free for 30-days. Subscribers that access ExpressVPN through our link will get special pricing too.

Please Note: Using a VPN may be against your streaming service’s user agreement and you should proceed with caution.

Watch NHL With ExpressVPN Free Trial

Illegal Streams of Philadelphia Flyers Games

It is our policy to never recommend any illegal streams of National Hockey League games or anything else. Most illegal “free” streams put you at considerable risk to acquire viruses and dangerous malware. These streams are untrustworthy, blurry, low-quality, and quite frankly just flat out garbage. It is not worth the risk by any means just to save a few bucks.

NHL on fuboTV

2019-2020 NHL Team Guide For Watching Games Online

Atlantic Division
Boston Bruins
Buffalo Sabres
Detroit Red Wings
Montreal Canadiens
Ottawa Senators
Florida Panthers
Tampa Bay Lightning
Toronto Maple Leafs
Metropolitan Division
Carolina Hurricanes
Columbus Blue Jackets
New Jersey Devils
New York Islanders
New York Rangers
Philadelphia Flyers
Pittsburgh Penguins
Washington Capitals
Pacific Division
Anaheim Ducks
Arizona Coyotes
Calgary Flames
Edmonton Oilers
Los Angeles Kings
San Jose Sharks
Vancouver Canucks
Vegas Golden Knights
Central Division
Chicago Blackhawks
Colorado Avalance
Dallas Stars
Minnesota Wild
Nashville Predators
St. Louis Blues
Winnipeg Jets
 

Related Posts

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.