How to watch the Minnesota Wild

The Minnesota Wild are a National Hockey League (NHL) ice hockey franchise that plays in the Central Division of the Western Conference. Its live games are available to watch through live streaming services that carry regional and national sports networks.

The franchise only entered the NHL in 2000 but has made the league’s playoffs in 10 of its 19 seasons. Its best performance was reaching the Conference Finals in the 2002/03 campaign, while it also won the Central Division in 2007/08. However, the Wild have only ever won four playoff series. 

Last season, in the 2019/20 campaign, the Wild finished sixth out of seven teams in the Central Division. However, its .558 points percentage and 35 wins from 69 games put it 10th in the Western Conference and 21st of 31 teams overall in the NHL. That led to a playoff qualifying round series with the Vancouver Canucks, which it lost 3-1.

This article will explore how to stream Wild games live and the channels and streaming services that enable hockey fans to get a Wild live stream.

What channels show Minnesota Wild games?

Minnesota Wild fans in the local area can watch live games on regional sports networks. That means fans can watch the Wild live on local networks like FOX Sports and NBC. Fans can also stream Wild games on NBC Sports Network and NHL Network.

The best streaming service for fans to watch Wild games live is AT&T Now, which is the only service that includes FOX Sports North, FOX Sports Wisconsin, and the NBC regional sports networks in its channel lineup.

Streaming the Minnesota Wild live without cable

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How to watch the Minnesota Wild on Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV provides users with access to more than 90 channels of entertainment, lifestyle, news, and sports for $54.99/mo. A Hulu + Live TV subscription also provides customers with access to the Hulu on-demand library of movies and TV shows. The service comes with 50 hours of cloud digital video recorder (DVR) storage space and allows users to watch on 2 simultaneous streams. It also provides a 7-day free trial for new subscribers to test the service out before they buy.

The Hulu + Live TV channel lineup includes NBC’s regional sports networks as well as NBC Sports Network. Hockey fans can also catch live action on ESPN, FOX Sports, NBC Sports Network, TBS, and TNT. However, FOX Sports North and FOX Sports Wisconsin aren’t available on the service.

Minnesota Wild fans can stream Wild live games with NBC and NBC Sports Network on Hulu + Live TV.

How to watch the Minnesota Wild on fuboTV

fuboTV also has a lineup of more than 90 channels and costs $59.99/mo. The service includes 30 hours of cloud DVR to record live programming, has on-demand options available on most channels, and enables customers to watch on up to 2 devices at the same time. fuboTV also provides a 7-day free trial for new customers to test the service out.

The fuboTV channel lineup includes the option to watch live local games through the NBC regional sports networks. The service also provides access to ESPN, FOX Sports, and NBC Sports Network, but doesn’t include FOX’s regional sports networks. Hockey fans can also watch games live on NHL Network, which is available through the fuboTV Sports Plus add-on package for an extra $10.99/mo.

Minnesota Wild live games are available through NBC and NBC Sports Network on fuboTV. They are also accessible through NHL Network with the fuboTV Sports Plus add-on.

Check out our review on fuboTV for more information.

How to watch the Minnesota Wild on YouTube TV

YouTube TV includes more than 60 channels in its entertainment, lifestyle, news, and sports live streaming service. YouTube TV subscribers can record as much content as they like for up to 9 months with the service’s unlimited Cloud DVR feature, as well as watching on up to 3 devices at the same time. The service costs $64.99/mo. and has a 7-day free trial for new customers. 

YouTube TV enables subscribers to watch live sports in their local area on the NBC regional sports networks. Its sports channels also include ESPN, FOX Sports, and NBC Sports Network, but it doesn’t currently provide access to FOX’s regional sports networks.

Minnesota Wild fans can watch the Wild live by tuning in to NBC and NBC Sports Network on YouTube TV.

How to watch the Minnesota Wild on Sling TV

Sling TV is a streaming service that has 2 packages of live channels: Sling TV Blue and Sling TV Orange. Both packages cost $30/mo. and come with 10 hours of cloud DVR storage space. The Blue plan enables subscribers to watch on up to 3 devices at the same time, but the Orange package only enables 1 stream per account. Combining both plans in the Sling TV Blue + Orange package costs $45/mo. and unlocks 4 simultaneous streams.

Sling TV Blue is the best plan for watching live sports, providing access to NBC regional sports networks and NBC Sports Network. Its channel lineup also includes FOX Sports but not the FOX regional sports networks. Sling TV Orange also has a few sports channels in ESPN, TBS, and TNT, which enable viewers to watch nationally broadcast games. Hockey fans can get more live action through NHL Network, which is available through the Sling TV Sports Extra add-on package, which costs another $10/mo.

Minnesota Wild fans can watch the franchise’s live games with NBC and NBC Sports Network on Sling TV Blue. They can also watch live games on NHL Network by purchasing the Sling TV Sports Extra add-on for an extra $10/mo.

Check out our review on Sling TV for more information.

How to watch the Minnesota Wild on AT&T TV Now

AT&T TV Now is a streaming service (now only available to existing customers) that provides 3 plans of live TV channels: PLUS package ($54.99/mo.), MAX ($74.99/mo.), and Entertainment ($93/mo.) AT&T TV Now provides customers with 500 hours of cloud DVR and 3 simultaneous streams. It also has a 72-Hour Rewind feature, which enables users to stream any show from the previous 3 days, and most channels also have on-demand content.

AT&T TV Now is the only featured streaming service with FOX Sports North and FOX Sports Wisconsin included in its channel lineup, though AT&T TV plans are now also available. It also provides access to NBC’s regional sports networks and NBC Sports Network, plus more sports action on ESPN, FOX Sports, TBS, and TNT.

Minnesota Wild fans can watch live games on FOX Sports North, FOX Sports Wisconsin, NBC, and NBC Sports Network.