- As part of the recent groundbreaking rights deal, NHL will appear around the world on Disney and ESPN Networks and streaming platforms, including Star+, ESPN Player & ESPN App
- Comprehensive coverage in most markets includes Stanley Cup Final, Stanley Cup Playoffs, NHL All-Star, Regular Season and more
As the National Hockey League (NHL) prepares to drop the puck on the 2021-22 season, The Walt Disney Company and ESPN will bring the energy and excitement of the NHL to fans in 109 countries around the world as part of the groundbreaking long-term agreement announced in March.
Across Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, the Caribbean, parts of Europe, the Middle East and Africa ESPN’s coverage will make the speed, power and skill of the world’s best hockey available to millions of fans.
Coverage will appear across Disney’s ESPN networks and streaming platforms (including Star+, ESPN Player and the ESPN App), depending on the region.
Across the Caribbean, fans will find ESPN’s coverage of the NHL on both the ESPN Play streaming service and ESPN networks. ESPN Play will provide complete coverage of every NHL game each season – regular season, Stanley Cup Playoffs and Stanely Cup Final, NHL All-Star Weekend, NHL Winter Classic, NHL Stadium Series matches and more. ESPN Play is available via the ESPN App.
ESPN networks in the Caribbean will televise at least two NHL games per week throughout the season being televised, as well as coverage of the Stanley Cup Playoffs and Finals, NHL All-Star Weekend and other special events.