This map is a depiction of the broadcast territories for all seven Canadian teams. As you can see, it is a complicated illustration that can lead to many questions, which is why we are attempting to provide all the necessary answers to questions that you—the customer—may have. To see which games you get included in your subscription, we have included a number of tools here for your convenience.
What Can I Watch Tool:
If you would like to check the NHL schedule on a daily basis to see what games you’re able to watch, proceed to our handy What Can I Watch? tool. Simply choose your province and team–or, if you wish, don’t choose a specific team and you can see games of all teams–you wish to watch and click ‘Check.’ If you are from Ontario, you will also have to input your postal code. This is because Ontario is designated with more broadcast regions than other provinces, resulting in a number of cases where someone is on the boundary between two regions.
Once you have selected your province and team, you will be given the day’s schedule. If a game is grayed out, it means the game is a blackout in your region. Anything that is red is available for you to watch with your subscription.
Note: Blackout/authentication rules are applied based on where you are accessing the game from, not based on billing address.
Game counts by region
If you would like to see approximately how many games you will get in your subscription based on your location, proceed to any of the regions below.
Note: If a game you want to watch is blacked out, you can access this game if it is airing on Sportsnet by subscribing to SPORTSNET NOW, which you can use to stream without a cable package.