Watch Ice Hockey Online: Live Streams

Last Updated: May 6, 2020

Live Ice HockeyIce hockey is a very fast moving sport and a great one to both watch and bet on. If you want to watch the action live via a stream then there is a 100% legal way to do that and you can find out how to do that right here.

Take a look below you will see the list of ice hockey games that are available to stream right now, all legal if you have a funded account or have placed a bet in the last 24 hours with the bookie showing the action.

How To View: open account with betting site showing game, put some money in or have placed a bet in the last 24 hours for free access on your mobile or desktop. Geo restrictions apply.

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Geo restrictions apply. Bet & watch or watch if you have a funded account.

Key Points

  • Open an account with bookmaker.
  • Fund your account, or have placed a bet with them in the past day.
  • You can watch on both desktops and mobile devices.
  • Games are available in HD.
  • 3G, 4G or broadband connection needed for best quality.

What Live Ice Hockey Games are Shown?

You can stream ice hockey games from many different leagues in many parts of the world and that also includes games from international tournaments.

Unfortunately you will not be able to stream every single game from around the world, but you can stream every game from both the NHL, KHL and many others. Geo restrictions do apply based on your location and TV rights.

You can watch games from the following leagues:

  • American NHL
  • Russian KHL
  • Swedish SHL
  • German DEL
  • Czech Republic Extraliga

What In-Play Markets are Available?

Betting in-play is popular on ice hockey games and there are a number of different markets to check out throughout the match whilst you watch live. Here are the most well known of those:

To win the match

This is the market where you are deciding who will win the game that is taking place. It goes live as soon as play begins and the early play will determine how the betting market fluctuates. Things like goals, teams going on a powerplay, or having a lot of pressure can swing the betting market one way or the other.

Top win the period

You can break an ice hockey game up into smaller segments by betting in-play on who you think will win a single period, instead of the entire game. Generally the team excerpting the most pressure at the current point in the game are going to be the favourites and odds on here.

To score the next goal

This is another great market to use if you feel like a team is putting on a lot of pressure and are beginning to take control of the game. You’re betting on exactly what you think you are and that’s the team to score the next goal. Some bookmakers will also allow you to bet on which player will score next as well.

Handicap betting

Any handicap market adjusts the odds based on a specified handicap for one team, in ice hockey that will be goals. If a game is one sided then bookmakers will change their handicap lines to keep the game competitive. This gives those betting the chance to play on a level playing field in a game that may be 5-0. By creating a handicap line of -7 that keeps the game interesting and allows betting to continue on the game.

Race to 2/3/4

This market involves backing who you think will score the required amount of goals the first. For example, on the three goal market you are betting on which team will reach three goals first. If you think a team will start quickly then backing them in the first to two goals market would be a different option to backing them to win the entire game.

Total Team Goals

If you want to place a bet involving just one team then the total team goals market may be for you. This starts as a four way market, 0 goals, 1 goals, 2 goals or 3 or more goals but where it gets interesting is when the lines change as goals are scored.