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Where to Watch the Final Games of the 2024 NHL Regular Season

Lyan Babilonia / Updated Jun 07, 2024 | Pub. Apr 16, 2024

The 2023–2024 NHL regular season is ending this week, meaning that the Stanley Cup series is coming soon.

Ice hockey fans, it’s the season we’ve all been waiting for! Will the Golden Knights repeat and take home the Stanley Cup? Can they keep up the winning momentum when it counts?

The Stanley Cup is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, June 3, depending on how long the series goes on beforehand.

But right now, the rest of the regular season will be key to who makes it all the way!

The matches will be broadcast on ABC, ESPN, NHL Network, TNT, and some regular sports channels [1]. You don’t have to miss a thing – DISH Network has you covered!

The satellite TV provider’s extensive channel lineup allows you to enjoy the season from your couch.


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Stanley Cup matches will be on DISH

NHL Schedule: Key Events and Channels

Here you’ll find the schedule leading up to the championship [2].

Tuesday, April 16

Toronto vs Florida at 7:00 p.m. on ESPN

Today, the Florida Panthers will be hosting the Toronto Maple Leafs at Amerant Bank Arena [3]. The Panthers’ record is 51-24-6. Sam Reinhart has notched an impressive 55 goals and 37 assists. In their previous game on April 13, Florida won 3-2 at home against the Buffalo Sabres.

The Toronto Maple Leafs suffered a 5-4 overtime loss in their last game at home against the Detroit Red Wings. The Maple Leafs currently stand at 46-24-10. Auston Matthews leads their stats with an impressive 69 goals and 38 assists.

Wednesday, April 17

Toronto vs Tampa Bay at 7:00 p.m. on TNT

The Toronto Maple Leafs are in third place in the Atlantic Division with 102 points, and the Tampa Bay Lightning are in fourth place in the Atlantic Division with 96 points [4].

The Leafs and Lightning have both made significant changes to their teams, particularly the Leafs. They’ve shifted their focus away from analytics to a tougher, more intangible-driven lineup.

Toronto team leader Auston Matthews and Tampa Bay star Nikita Kucherov will go all out on the ice to advance to the next round.


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St. Louis vs Dallas at 9:30 p.m. on TNT

St. Louis and Dallas will face each other, but based on the lopsided stats, we can expect a Dallas Stars victory [5]. The St. Louis Blues are ranked 5 in the Central division, while the Stars are ranked #1.

The Dallas Stars have demonstrated their prowess by recent victories over the Seattle Kraken and the Buffalo Sabres, but lost to the Winnipeg Jets.

The St. Louis Blues have experienced a series of ups and downs, but also triumphed over formidable opponents like the Chicago Blackhawks and the Seattle Kraken.

St Louis comes in with a 43-33-5 record, while Dallas comes in with 51-21-9.


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Check out the schedule

Thursday, April 18

Seattle vs Minnesota at 7:00 p.m. on ESPN

This isn’t going to be an easy encounter for the Seattle Kraken. They come in with a record of 33-34-13, and the Minnesota Wild are at 39-33-9. Seattle’s offense has been poor this season [6].

Seattle ranks 29th in goals per game and 25th in shots per game. Still, Jared McCann stood out with 29 goals, while Oliver Bjorkstrand scored 20.

Edmonton vs Colorado at 9:30 p.m. on ESPN

Two of the best Western Conference teams will match up at Ball Arena when the Avalanche (49-25-7) host the Oilers (49-25-6) to close out the regular season [7].

There are also plenty of games on regional channels that are limited to specific markets. In that bucket are the following encounters:

  1. Ottawa vs Boston
  2. Carolina vs Columbus
  3. Detroit vs Montréal
  4. Washington vs Philadelphia
  5. Seattle vs Winnipeg
  6. Chicago vs Vegas
  7. Calgary vs Vancouver
  8. Pittsburgh vs Islanders
  9. Edmonton vs Arizona
  10. Vancouver vs Winnipeg
  11. San Jose vs Calgary
  12. Anaheim vs Vegas
  13. Chicago vs Los Angeles


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Enjoy the top encounters!

Race for the Stanley Cup: Standings

32 teams split into divisions within the Eastern and Western Conference to prove their strength. Here are the top ten from each conference as of April 2024.

Eastern Conference Rankings:

  1. New York Rangers
  2. Carolina Hurricanes
  3. Boston Bruins
  4. Florida Panthers
  5. Toronto Maple Leafs
  6. Tampa Bay Lightning
  7. New York Islanders
  8. Washington Capitals
  9. Detroit Red Wings
  10. Pittsburgh Penguins

Western Conference Rankings:

  1. Dallas Stars
  2. Vancouver Canucks
  3. Winnipeg Jets
  4. Colorado Avalanche
  5. Edmonton Oilers
  6. Nashville Predators
  7. Los Angeles Kings
  8. Vegas Golden Knights
  9. St. Louis Blues
  10. Minnesota Wild

FAQs: How to Watch NHL Games

Q: Where can I watch NHL games?

A: NHL games are broadcast on various television networks available through DISH Network. In the United States, games are typically aired on channels such as NBC, NBCSN, ESPN, TNT, and NHL Network. In Canada, games are broadcast on Sportsnet, CBC, and TSN. Additionally, streaming services like, ESPN+, and Sportsnet Now offer live streaming of games [8].

Many 2024 matches will be aired on ESPN and TNT.

Q: Can I watch NHL games at home for free?

A: No, if you want to watch from home, you will need a DISH subscription or a streaming service to watch the NHL games.

Q: Are there any streaming packages specifically for NHL games?

A: Yes, some streaming platforms offer packages that include NHL games. SlingTV will offering the games that air on TNT. ESPN+ will offer the ESPN-hosted games. Sportsnet in Canada offers SN NOW with live streaming of those NHL games that air on the Sportsnet network.

Q: Can I watch NHL games on my mobile device?

A: Yes, DISH offers DISH Anywhere, a mobile app that allows you to watch all your programming on any device. You can watch all your games on the go as long as you have an internet connection and your DISH service.

Q: Are there any regional blackouts for NHL games?

A: Yes, and some regional sports networks may enforce blackouts for games that are televised in your local area. This means that you may not be able to watch certain games live if they are being broadcast on a local channel in your region. However, you can still watch these games on-demand after they have concluded [9].

Q: How can I keep up with NHL games if I can’t watch them live?

A: You can follow NHL games through live score updates on sports websites and mobile apps. Additionally, many sports networks and the NHL website offer highlights and recaps of games shortly after they conclude.

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[1] Cable “How to Watch NHL Games 2023-2024: Streaming, Cable and More.”

[2] “Schedule.”

[3] “More Panthers Stats.”

[4] “Scoring Summary.”

[5] “Matchup.”

[6] “Seattle takes losing streak into game against Winnipeg.”

[7] “2023-2024 NHL Regular Season Concludes This Week.”

[8] “Guide: How to Watch NHL on TV, Streaming and More.”

[9] “NHL.”

[10] “Blackouts & Viewing Restrictions.”

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