Twelve years after the last tournament, the 2016 World Cup of Hockey will take place from September 17th to October 1st. Canada is the host country of the event and the first and last games will take place at Air Canada Centre in Toronto. Each team will send some of its best players to represent their country or region in the tournament. If you are an avid or casual hockey fan, you will want to know the best way to get a World Cup of Hockey live stream.
There are multiple ways to watch ESPN2, which is the channel broadcasting the tournament. Not only can you watch online, but you can also stream World Cup of Hockey right on your TV. Read the below guide to find out the answers to all the questions you might have
Get a World Cup of Hockey Live Stream through Sling TV
Sling TV will be the best way to watch World Cup of Hockey online. The service works on a subscription basis and only costs $20 per month. Plus, there is no contract required similar to services like Netflix. The best part is you get to watch more than 30 cable channels live streaming on the service. That’s how you’ll be watching the World Cup of Hockey live stream.
ESPN2 will be broadcasting the tournament and that is one of the several channels to live stream on Sling TV. Other channels featured are ESPN, TBS, TNT, AMC, CNN, Comedy Central, A&E, and several others. All of this comes on the Sling Orange package, which is the one with ESPN channels for $20 per month.
There are currently multiple deals offered by Sling TV. Right now, if you sign up for three months of Sling TV you can choose between a free Roku player or $60 off an Apple TV. Either device lets you stream World Cup of Hockey right on your TV.
If you’re interested you can even get World Cup of Hockey streaming free with Sling TV’s 7-day free trial. You can watch about half of the tournament with the free trial. If there’s anything else you want to know, you can check out our Sling TV review.
Use PlayStation Vue for a World Cup of Hockey Live Stream
Another option to stream World Cup of Hockey is Sony’s streaming service PlayStation Vue. The service costs $29.99 per month to live stream more than 50 cable channels. It is setup similar to Sling TV and not only can get you a World Cup of Hockey live stream, but can be a full-fledged cable alternative.
The channel list on PlayStation Vue includes ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, NBCSN, TBS, TNT, and much more. Certain locations also get additional channels like ABC, CBS, NBC, or FOX. It is quite limited in terms of where you get these channels, but it does add some value to the service. These locations have a cost of $39.99 per month.
You can stream World Cup of Hockey on your iOS and Android devices, your computer, PlayStation consoles, or with devices like Chromecast or Roku. The only downside is you might run into some limitations if you try to watch a World Cup of Hockey live stream outside your house. Not ideal, but it still is a solid service. You can take a look at our PlayStation Vue review to learn more.
Team Canada is certainly the favorite heading into the tournament. They are a hockey juggernaut with some incredible talent. But, other teams are hoping to make a run and possibly create a huge surprise in the tournament.
If you are excited to watch World Cup of Hockey online, then you’ll be pumped to find out you can watch tons other sports online too. Our full sports guide for cable cutters gives you all the information you need!
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