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Florida Panthers vs. Edmonton Oilers: How to Watch the Stanley Cup Finals Without Cable

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The NHL season is coming to an end, but not before a team is declared the next Stanley Cup winner. The Florida Panthers currently lead the Edmonton Oilers after winning the first three games of the series. Will the Panthers hold their lead or will the Oilers keep the series going to Game 5?

Wondering how to watch the Stanley Cup Finals without cable? Catch every moment between the Florida Panthers versus the Edmonton Oilers on ABC* and ESPN+* with Hulu — here’s how.

Watch the Stanley Cup Finals

*Live TV plan required to watch live content on Hulu. Regional restrictions, blackouts, and additional terms apply.

How to Watch the Stanley Cup Finals

From regular season games to the Stanley Cup, keep up with everything happening in the National Hockey League with the NHL live stream on Hulu + Live TV and ESPN+. 

Watch the Stanley Cup Finals on Hulu + Live TV

No cable? No problem. Watch the Stanley Cup Finals on ABC with Hulu + Live TV — here’s how to get started:

  1. New subscribers can sign up for a Hulu + Live TV account to hit the ice skating (see what we did there?). Current subscribers can upgrade to Hulu + Live TV by logging in with your current credentials and navigating to your account page. 
  2. Set up your Live TV-supported devices. This includes Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, LG TV, Mac and PC browsers, PlayStation®, Roku, Samsung TV, VIZIO, Xbox, and more.
  3. Find your local live TV availability for channels carrying and streaming NHL games and other live sports by entering your zip code.
  4. Can’t watch the game live? Set it up to record using Hulu’s Cloud DVR.
  5. Grab your lucky jersey, order a game-day pizza, and get ready to cheer on your team!

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Watch the Stanley Cup Finals on ESPN+

Add ESPN+ to your Hulu subscription to watch exclusive original series and live sports, including the Stanley Cup Finals — here’s how: 

  1. Existing Hulu subscribers can add ESPN+ to their account from their Account Page under “Add-ons.” New subscribers can select the ESPN+ Add-on while signing up for a Hulu subscription
  2. Watch the Stanley Cup Finals on ESPN+ through the Hulu streaming app or log in to the ESPN+ app using your Hulu credentials. 
  3. Watch the Edmonton Oilers take on the Florida Panthers at home on TV or on the go with your mobile device. 

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When Is the Stanley Cup?

Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals started Saturday, June 8. Game 7 is scheduled for Monday, June 24 if needed. 

Stanley Cup Finals Schedule

Game 1: Oilers @ Panthers | Saturday, June 8 at 08:00 p.m. EST | ABC,* ESPN+* (Panthers: 3, Oilers: 0)

Game 2: Oilers @ Panthers | Monday, June 10 at 08:00 p.m. EST | ABC,* ESPN+* (Panthers: 4, Oilers: 1)

Game 3: Panthers @ Oilers | Thursday, June 13 at 08:00 p.m. EST | ABC,* ESPN+* (Panthers: 4, Oilers: 3)

Game 4: Panthers @ Oilers | Saturday, June 15 at 08:00 p.m. EST | ABC,* ESPN+*

Game 5 (if necessary): Oilers @ Panthers  | Tuesday, June 18 at 8:00 p.m. EST | ABC,* ESPN+*

Game 6 (if necessary): Panthers @ Oilers | Friday, June 21 at 8:00 p.m. EST | ABC,* ESPN+*

Game 7 (if necessary): Oilers @ Panthers | Monday, June 24 at 8:00 p.m. EST | ABC,* ESPN+*

What Channel Is the Stanley Cup on?

The Stanley Cup Finals will be airing on ABC and ESPN+. 

Check out the official NHL website for the full schedule for more information. 

Who is Winning the Stanley Cup?

The Florida Panthers are currently ahead in the Stanley Cup Finals, leading the series 3-0.

Who Won the Stanley Cup 2023?

The Vegas Golden Knights won the Stanley Cup in 2023 — their first Stanley Cup in franchise history. 

What NHL Team Has the Most Stanley Cups?

A still image of Nick Suzuki on the Montreal Canadiens NHL team.

The Montreal Canadiens have won the most Stanley Cups in the NHL with 24 titles, followed by the Toronto Maple Leafs (13) and the Detroit Red Wings (11). 

There’s plenty more hockey on Hulu for all fans to enjoy. Check out the Hockey Hub on Hulu to discover hockey movies, shows, and documentaries streaming now.


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