What is Rogers NHL LIVE™?
Rogers NHL LIVE™ is a subscription streaming product, available within the NHL app and NHL.com that allows you to livestream over 1,000 national and out-of-market games on your smartphone, laptop, connected devices, or tablet.
How do You Register for Rogers NHL LIVE™?
- Visit our Pricing & Packages page and choose one of the purchase options, click on the “Buy Now” button
- Login using your Rogers Media login and password or create a new Rogers Media login
- This is the username and password you will use to live stream all NHL games on Rogers NHL LIVETM
- Enter your credit card information and confirm your purchase
How to start live streaming NHL games on Rogers NHL LIVE™?
On your PC or Laptop
- Go to rogers.com/NHL
- Click on the “Schedule” page
- Click on the NHL game that you want to watch, sign in and start streaming!
On your Smartphone or Tablet
- Download the NHL application to your iOS or Android device
- Login using your Rogers Media profile
- Tap to the “Scores” screen
- Choose a game to start watching!
What are Blackouts?
Regional blackouts are a mandate of the NHL, designed to cultivate and protect a team’s home market. Regional rights are taken by the team and sold to a broadcaster. Each team has between 40-60 regional games per year. The remaining games are what is known as a “national” game, which is a game that can be viewed by anyone, from coast-to-coast, like Hockey Night in Canada. Blackouts only apply to live games, replays are available to all subscribers within 48 hours of the live broadcast. Blackouts only apply to in-market regional NHL games, they do not apply to national games or out-of-market games. All in-market games are also included in Rogers NHL LIVE™. However, TV Authentication is required for a subscriber to be able to view those games. For more detail on why blackouts exist, what TV Authentication is, and how these rules impact the number of games available to a Rogers NHL LIVETM subscriber – check out our handy What Can I Watch? section
NOTE: There are no blackouts in the Stanley Cup Playoffs Back to Top >