Don’t have cable? This article will explain how you can stream the next Maple Leafs game and every Toronto Maple Leafs game this season, no matter where you live.
Watch Every Maple Leafs Game This Season
- Toronto Maple Leafs TV Market: Ontario, west of Belleville
- Best Solution when inside their TV Market: Sportsnet Now will air 56 Leafs (16 regional + 40 national) games. The remaining games will stream through TNS Direct.
- Best Solution when living in the US: Watch nearly all Maple Leafs games on ESPN+ (sign up online). The Maple Leafs may have a few nationally televised games on TNT, NHL Network, and ESPN which won’t be on ESPN+. Read on to learn how to watch those nationally televised games.
What Channel Are The Maple Leafs On
Where you can watch the Toronto Maple Leafs depends on whether or not you live inside the Toronto Maple Leafs TV market (Ontario, west of Belleville). If you live inside that market, you can watch Maple Leafs games on Sportsnet Now and TNS Direct. However, if you live in the US, you will need ESPN, ESPN+, and TNT. Let’s take a look at your options based on where you live.
Watching Maple Leafs Games In Market
If you live in the Maple Leafs TV market, Sportsnet Now will air 56 Leafs (16 regional + 40 national) games. The remaining games will stream through TNS Direct. All live and blackouts free. You can up for as long as you want and cancel whenever you’d like.
Sportsnet NOW is available to stream on desktop or laptop through your web browser, as well as on iOS / Android smartphones and tablets, Chromecast, Android TV, Amazon Fire, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and 4th generation Apple TVs, all through the Sportsnet app. TNS Direct supports iOS and Android tablets and smartphones, Samsung SmartTV, Xbox One, and Apple TV
Watching Maple Leafs Games In The US
To watch Maple Leafs games if you live in the US, you will need ESPN+. ESPN+ will show every Maple Leafs game that isn’t exclusively airing nationally on ESPN or TNT.
NHL.TV is moving its games to ESPN+ for the 2021-2022 NHL season. Not only will ESPN+ show a ton of nationally televised games, but the service will also provide a live stream to over 1000+ NHL games outside your local market, including the Toronto Maple Leafs.
You watch ESPN+ through the ESPN App. To add ESPN+ to your ESPN app, follow these instructions:
- Subscribe to ESPN+
- Download and Open the ESPN app on your mobile or TV device. supports Roku Players and TVs, Amazon Fire TV devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, Android, iPhone, Samsung TVs, Xbox, PlayStation and more.
- Click the Settings Gear in the upper right corner
- Select “Account Information” then “Log Into ESPN Account.” You should receive an activation code.
- Visit https://espn.com/activate on your phone or laptop and type in the code
- Log in with your ESPN+ credentials
- You should then get confirmation that your ESPN+ account is linked and now see and “ESPN+” tab in the ESPN app.
An ESPN+ subscription costs only $6.99 per month. There is no contract so you can cancel any time you like. However, you can select a yearly subscription for a discounted rate of $69.99 annually. In addition to ESPN, Disney also owns Hulu and the Disney+ streaming service. You can get Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for just $13.99 by signing up here! For more information on ESPN+, see our ESPN+ review.
To see if any nationally televised Maple Leafs games are exclusive to ESPN or TNT, see our guide on How To Watch The NHL. TNT and ESPN are available on the following TV streaming service:
- Sling Orange – see Sling TV review or sign up
- Hulu Live TV – see Hulu Live TV review or sign up
- YouTube TV – see YouTube TV review or sign up
- DIRECTV STREAM – see DIRECTV STREAM review or sign up
You can also check the following for more information on watching these channels.
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