Cord-cutters can watch the Edmonton Oilers live without cable using two primary options: Sportsnet Now and NHL.TV. Canada Oilers fans can turn to Sportsnet Now, while US Oilers fans will need to opt for NHL.TV. In this article, we’ll help you decide which streaming option is best for Edmonton Oilers hockey games. Let’s get started.

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Watch the Edmonton Oilers on Sportsnet Now

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Source: Sportsnet

The Edmonton Oilers are one of the few Canadian teams that participate in the NHL. As a Canada-based team, cable TV-based live broadcasts are only available to residents in Canada, as primary broadcast rights are owned by the Canadian channel Sportsnet.

Sportsnet Now Pricing and Packages

You can watch the Edmonton Oilers live through Sportsnet using one of four streaming packages:

  • Sportsnet Now+ Annually: $250 billed annually
  • Sportsnet Now Monthly: $19.99/month
  • Sportsnet Now+ Monthly: $27.99/month
  • Sportsnet Now+ 7-Day Pass: $9.99/week

If you want as many games as possible, opt for Sportsnet Now+, which offers 500 NHL games each season. The regular Sportsnet Now package offers 300 games.

Sportsnet Now Channels

This service is the best way for Canadian Oilers fans to get access to Sportsnet’s various regionally-located channels. You’ll have access to Sportsnet Ontario, Sportsnet Pacific, Sportsnet West, Sportsnet East, Sportsnet 1, and Sportsnet 360. Oilers games broadcast live through a variety of these channels and are not always broadcast on the same channel every week. All channels are available through both Sportsnet Now and Sportsnet Now+ packages.

Sportsnet Now Supported Devices

You’ll find this service is available across a large number of popular devices. You can stream Sportsnet Now content through TV-connected streaming boxes, mobile devices, and laptop and desktop computers.

The full list of apps includes:

  • TV streaming media players: Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV (4th Gen and newer), Chromecast
  • Smart TVs: None
  • Game consoles: PlayStation 4, Xbox One
  • Mobile devices and tablets: Android and iOS
  • Desktop browsers: Most Mac and PC browsers

Sportsnet Now Simultaneous Streams

You can only stream Sportsnet Now on one device at a time. 

Sportsnet Now DVR

There is no DVR option available through Sportsnet Now.

Sportsnet Now On-Demand Library

Sportsnet offers a large amount of on-demand content. Most previously-aired content is available to stream through the service. Video-on-demand is available through both Sportsnet Now+ and regular Sportsnet Now.

Watch the Edmonton Oilers on NHL.TV (US)

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Source: NHL.TV

If you’re in the US you can still watch the Edmonton Oilers live without cable. The NHL offers NHL.TV as a for NHL fans to still access their favorite teams, even if they’re outside of the primary broadcast region.

NHL.TV Pricing and Packages

There are three package options available through NHL.TV:

  • All Access Pass: $144.99/year
  • Monthly Pass: $24.99/month
  • Single Team Pass: $115.99/year

If all you need is Oilers game, opt for the Single Team Pass. If you want access to every team, choose either All Access Pass or the Monthly Pass.

NHL.TV Channels

NHL.TV works similarly to ESPN+. Instead of accessing multiple channels, you’ll see live streams for games as they become available, and you can select the teams’ games that you want to see once those streams are available.

NHL.TV Supported Devices

The NHL.TV service has available apps for a large number of devices and operating systems, including desktop and laptop computers, Android and iOS mobile phones, TV-connected devices, and more.

The full list of apps includes:

  • TV streaming media players: Apple TV, Roku, Chromcast, Amazon Fire TV
  • Smart TVs: Android TV
  • Game consoles: PlayStation 4, Xbox One
  • Mobile devices and tablets: Android and iOS
  • Desktop browsers: Most Mac and PC browsers

NHL.TV Simultaneous Streams

This service provides 2 simultaneous streams per account, with restrictions. You can only watch on one mobile device and one desktop device at the same time.

NHL.TV DVR

There is no DVR available through NHL.TV

Sportsnet Now On-Demand Library

Most live-streamed games are available after airing on-demand. There may be a limit for how long previously-aired games stay available.

How to Watch the Edmonton Oilers on Amazon Fire TV

You can watch the Edmonton Oilers on the Amazon Fire TV using either the NHL.TV or Sportsnet Now. App reviews are available through the web browser version of the Amazon App Store.

How to Watch the Edmonton Oilers on Roku

You can watch the Edmonton Oilers on Roku using NHL.TV. Canadian fans using Sportsnet Now will need to use another device. At present, there is no Roku app for Sportsnet Now.

How to Watch the Edmonton Oilers on Apple TV

You can watch the Edmonton Oilers on Apple TV using apps for either Sportsnet Now or NHL.TV. Both written and 0-5 star app reviews are available through the Apple App Store.

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