The Dallas Stars are gearing up for a great start to the 2016 season. And fans know they won’t want to miss a single minute of hockey action with this team. So can you watch the Dallas Stars live stream if you don’t have cable?
The answer to that question is yes. Here are several great ways to watch Stars online after you’ve cut the cord.
Watch the Dallas Stars Live Stream on Sling TV
Sling TV is our favorite recommendation for cable cutters. It is perfect for anyone who loves some of the hard to find pay TV networks, like AMC or BBC America. It also has some great access to sports, including several ways to stream Dallas Stars games this season. Many of the games will be on NBCSN. Sling TV also offers live NBC networks in select markets, including Dallas-Fort Worth.
As an even bigger motivation, all of the Dallas Stars live stream games will air on FOX Sports Southwest, available in the Dallas area. For that reason alone, Sling TV is worth every penny to a Stars fan.
This Sling TV package is only $25 per month. It works with almost any streaming player, so watching the Dallas Stars live stream is convenient. You can watch on your computer or smart phone or on several different types of popular streaming players. Sling TV often has special promotions like free Roku players or discounted Apple TV devices, so check those out for more details if you’re in the market.
Watch Stars Online with PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue is the other primary option for cable cutters. It is similar to Sling TV but there are a few differences that may influence your decision. To read more about the service, check out our review of PlayStation Vue here.
The cost of Vue starts between $30 and $40 per month depending on your location. It works with your PS3 or PS4 console, Chromecast, iOS or Android devices, Amazon Fire TV, or Roku. There is no Apple TV support right now.
But you should also know that there are some pretty major restrictions with the service. Since your account is tied to your home location, streaming on the go is extremely limited. Even with the apps, mobile content is restricted.
Watch the Dallas Stars Streaming on NHL Gamecenter
NHL fans are happy to see that the league is getting on board with streaming. NHL Gamecenter is their answer for those fans who no longer have access to cable or satellite. Overall, it has a lot to offer. You can watch every game on demand. Most of the games will also be available live streaming, but they are blacked out in the local broadcast area. But, this might make it a good option for fans who have moved out of Dallas but still want to watch Stars online.
It works with several players including some popular gaming consoles and streaming devices, like Roku. It will also stream directly on your computer or smart device.
The best value is to subscribe for a full year at $131.49. But, if you’d rather, you can pay only $24.99 per month. They are also offering options for single team subscriptions so you can watch the Dallas Stars live stream from anywhere in the country, except for the local broadcast area when games are blacked out.
Stream Dallas Stars Games Free with an Antenna
But, for local fans there is one other option. You can watch the Dallas Stars streaming live over the air with a good, new digital antenna. These antennas are heads and shoulders above the rabbit ears we remember from the past. Check out our buying guide here.
Over-the-air DVRs are technology that can make antennas even better. You can use it to record the games and watch them live at your own convenience. Plus, you can stream Dallas Stars games live to a connected device even if you’re away from home. That’s the future, folks!
All right, we hope you feel satisfied with the ways you can watch Stars online. Here is our complete NHL viewing guide to help you learn more about your choices.
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