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I am looking for options to stream the World Cup of Hockey. I do not have cable or satellite, I do have internet connected to my TV and PS3 as well as for my laptop and phone. Using the same service for NHL games come October would be preferable but not necessary. 

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55 minutes ago, Kgbeast said:

Have you tried the  http://www.espn.com/watchespn/ I know I had to activate it for my Roku and Android Phone app by loging in to my Satelite provider, but I do not remember doing that for my windows and linux laptops.  

 

 

I tried this the other night for NA vs Europe... it asked me to log into cable provider and then said if you don't have access to the channel in your package it can't be streamed..

I have used  p2p4u (dot)net..(aka first row sports )to find NHL games in the past  but it takes a lot of  fortitude as there are a ton of popups trying to get you to create accounts or pay or gamble or update your player etc... once you do it a few times you know how to find the tiny x box and close out and get to stream.... also there are usually several links to the game you choose and you sometime have to try them all   can be frustrating... I was unable to get any of the 3 links to that  WCOH game to work   ***** if you have slow internet  pass on this option   when I het it to work I use HDMI cable and put it on the big screen

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Well it looks like WatchESPN does need a service provider before it will let me watch anything. I was really hoping to avoid a 3rd party stream and all the frustration that can come with that. Might be worth it the WCOH but one the NHL season starts I think i will see how NHL.tv works for me.

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1 hour ago, Labrat198 said:

Well it looks like WatchESPN does need a service provider before it will let me watch anything. I was really hoping to avoid a 3rd party stream and all the frustration that can come with that. Might be worth it the WCOH but one the NHL season starts I think i will see how NHL.tv works for me.

NHL.tv works great. Used it all last season. Of course, if you're watching your local team you can expect most games to be blacked out. That's relatively trivial to bypass, though. 

Otherwise I stick with the Reddit page. Most of the streams can easily be sent to your TV device via AirPlay (or whatever similar tech android stuff uses). Or just connect an HDMI cable to your laptop. 

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