WATCH Panthers vs Bruins FREE LIVE STREAMING ON 17 OCT 2022. The NHL regular season is officially underway. That means that the league's 32 teams are beginning the 82-game marathon that will lead us toward the postseason, and ultimately one team being crowned as the Stanley Cup champion. NHL streaming 2022/23: how to watch every hockey game live from anywhere
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Are reigning champions Colorado as strong as they were?
Cale Makar and the Colorado Avalanche crushed the competition last season, but some serious moving and shaking may have shifted the balance of power for the new campaign. No team has seen bigger changes than the Calgary Flames, who are being hotly tipped as Stanley Cup contenders, but don't write off the Tampa Bay Lightning just yet. Follow our guide for all your NHL streaming needs wherever you are during the 2022/23 season, including details for fans without cable in the US.
NHL streaming 2022/23
Dates: October 7, 2022 - June 2023
US cable channels: ESPN, ESPN 2, ABC, TNT, NHL Network
No matter how you spin it, losing Nazem Kadri and Darcy Kuemper was hardly the ideal way for the Avs to prepare for their first title defense since 2001, not least because their former center is in the form of his career and now taking up residence at the Scotiabank Saddledome.
The Pacific Division is shaping up particularly nicely. Connor McDavid's Edmonton Oilers are likely to push the Flames hard, though the Avs would do well to keep an eye out for threats closer to home, namely the Minnesota Wild, who have one of the meanest defenses out there.
While the three-peat ultimately wasn't to be for the Lightning, Jon Cooper's unit remains one of the strongest in recent NHL history, but the Carolina Hurricanes and Matthew Tkachuk's Florida Panthers are two teams on the rise and desperate to make their mark.
The National Hockey League was founded in 1917 at the Windsor Hotel in Montréal. At the time of its establishment, the four teams in the league were all Canadian—hence the word “national”—but the NHL expanded to the United States in 1924 when the Boston Bruins joined. Between 1942 and 1967, the league comprised six teams known as the Original Six. Those teams were the Boston Bruins, Chicago Black Hawks, Detroit Red Wings, Montréal Canadiens, New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs. The NHL doubled in size in 1967 to 12 teams, increased again to 18 teams by 1974 and there were 21 teams by 1979. In the years between 1991 and 2000, the NHL further expanded to 30 teams. The latest team to join the league was the Seattle Kraken in 2021, rounding out the NHL to 32 teams. But enough about hockey history. Here’s how to watch and stream hockey this season.
When is the NHL 2022 season?
The NHL season 2022-23 starts on October 11 with a doubleheader. The New York Rangers will host the Tampa Bay Lightning at 7:30 p.m. ET or 4:30 p.m. PT. while the Vegas Golden Knights will face off against the Los Angeles Kings at 10 p.m. ET or 7 pm PT. The defending Stanley Cup champions, the Colorado Avalanche take on the Chicago Blackhawks on October 12 at 9:30 p.m. ET or 6:30 p.m. PT.
When are the NHL 2022 playoffs?
The 2022-23 regular season will end on April 13 2023 and will feature 15 games with 30 of the NHL’s 32 teams in action. The 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs will begin shortly after, but an official date has not been released yet.
Who are the NHL 2022 teams?
The National Hockey League is the professional ice hockey league in North America. The NHL is made up of 32 teams—25 in the United States and 7 in Canada—broken up into four divisions.
Metropolitan Division: Carolina Hurricanes, Columbus Blue Jackets, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals.
Atlantic Division: Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Detroit Red Wings, Florida Panthers, Montréal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, Tampa Bay Lighting, Toronto Maple Leafs.
Western Conference: Arizona Coyotes, Chicago Blackhawks, Colorado Avalanche, Dallas Stars, Minnesota Wild, Nashville Predators, St. Louis Blues, Winnipeg Jets.
Pacific Division: Anaheim Ducks, Calgary Flames, Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, San Jose Sharks, Seattle Kraken, Vancouver Canucks, Vegas Golden Knights.
After a long offseason consisting of NHL draft drama, an astonishing signing and a blockbuster trade, the 2022-23 NHL regular season is finally here.
The NHL is taking its talents overseas and beginning the season in Prague, Czech Republic this weekend. The Nashville Predators and San Jose Sharks will play two games as part of the NHL Global Series, on Oct. 7 and Oct. 8 at the O2 Arena. This marks the first time the NHL has played games outside North America since 2019.
Following that, the action starts in North America on Oct. 11 with a doubleheader on deck, including a matchup between the Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden and the Vegas Golden Knights at Los Angeles Kings.
Seeing as the Chicago Blackhawks are expected to be among the league’s worst teams this season, one should reasonably expect the franchise to trade veteran right wing Patrick Kane to a contender. For now, Kane and longtime teammate Jonathan Toews will begin the season in Chicago amid a rebuild. It’d certainly be interesting if Kane, who hails from upstate New York, found himself playing for the Buffalo Sabres.
Speaking of the Capitals, Alex Ovechkin sits 115 goals away from surpassing Wayne Gretzky’s record of 894 career goals. We can all agree Ovie isn’t likely to pass the Great One this season, but he can still set himself up to break the record during the 2023-24 campaign. However, Ovechkin turned 37 in September, so age isn’t exactly working in his favor, even after a 50-goal season last year.