The Minnesota Wild is bound to make waves this season in the Central Division. The team is dynamic and ready for action on the ice. If you’re a fan, can you watch the Minnesota Wild live stream after you’ve cut the cord?
There’s good news. It’s surprisingly easy to watch Wild online without cable. Here’s how!
Watch the Minnesota Wild Live Stream on Sling TV
Sling TV is our top choice for cable cutters. It offers tons of streaming options for otherwise hard to find pay TV channels, and it is a pretty darn good solution for sports fans. The Minnesota Wild streaming broadcasts will be available throughout the season on NBCSN. Live local FOX networks are also available in the Minneapolis area.
However, what really makes Sling TV perfect to stream Minnesota Wild games is the availability of FOX Sports North and FOX Sports Wisconsin. These channels will have each and every Wild game all season long, so it really is worth the investment.
Sling TV is only $25 per month. It also works across a wide variety of platforms including your computer or smart phone. Most of the common streaming players are also supported, including Roku and Apple TV. Sling TV often has promotions for these players, so click the links to learn more.
Stream Minnesota Wild Games Live on PlayStation Vue
PlayStation Vue starts at $30 to $40 per month depending on your location. It also works with several players including PS3/PS4, Chromecast, Roku, iOS and Android smart devices, and Amazon Fire TV. The service does not have Apple TV support yet.
However, it is important to know some of the limitations of PlayStation Vue. Your account is tied to your home location, so even with the Apple App, streaming content away from home is restricted.
Catch Minnesota Wild Streaming on NHL Gamecenter
The NHL Gamecenter is the leagues answer directly for fans who want to watch hockey streaming. With it, you can keep up with the Minnesota Wild live stream throughout the season. The only real limitation is the blackouts for local games, but fans can still watch these games on demand after they air.
NFL Gamecenter works across a number of platforms including some of the most popular players, like Roku, and gaming consoles.
The best value for the service is the yearly subscription that includes every game from every team. This is $131.49 for the year. Or, if you’d prefer to pay as you go, you can do the subscription for $24.99 per month. They are also offering for the first time this year a single team subscription option. It costs only $105.09, but remember that they are blackouts for locally broadcast games. It is a great option to stream Minnesota Wild games if you’re a fan who’s moved out of the area.
Watch the Minnesota Wild Live Stream Free with an Antenna
For fans still in the local broadcast area, there is another option that may be even better than some of these subscription services. You can use a new digital DVR to watch the Minnesota Wild live stream right on your TV. These new versions of a very old technology are way better than they used to be, so check them out. Here’s our guide to see which is right for you.
You can also use this antenna with an accessory device called an over-the-air DVR. It allows you to record games to watch whenever you want. But you can also stream Minnesota Wild games live to a connected device while you’re away from home. How cool is that?
That’s what we know about how to watch Wild online this season. For more NHL action and information for streaming, click here.
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