How to watch the Vegas Golden Knights

A relatively recent addition to the NHL, the Vegas Golden Knights only arrived in the 2017-18 season. But the expansion team surpassed their counterparts by making it to the Stanley Cup Finals in their very first year of play. In the 2019-20 season, after replacing their head coach, the Golden Knights also managed to reach the Conference Finals. There have been big changes to the team line-up ahead of the upcoming season, encouraging fans to believe that the Golden Knights could well take the Stanley Cup home. If you want to see whether that dream becomes a reality, here’s how to stream Knights games.

What channels show Vegas Golden Knights games?

AT&T TV Now should be the first streaming destination for fans wanting to watch a Knights game live. In fact, it’s the only service to offer every single channel that airs Knights games, including the regional sports network they appear on the most — FOX Sports West. As well as that particular channel, you’ll also find select Knights games on NBC Sports Network and NHL Network. 

Streaming the Vegas Golden Knights live without cable

 fuboTVHuluSling TVYouTube TVAT&T TV Now
AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain    
Fox Sports West    
NBC Sports California
NBC Sports Network
NHL Network+$5.99 +$10 

How to watch the Vegas Golden Knights on Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV offers more than 65 live TV networks to subscribers. In the line-up are 2 channels that broadcast Knights games: NBC Sports California and NBC Sports Network. To watch those, plus the likes of more sports networks like ESPN and TNT, you’ll be asked to pay a fee of $54.99/mo. But the cost does include access to Hulu’s award-winning on-demand catalog and its 50-hour cloud DVR, which handily stores all of your game recordings online. Plus, 2 simultaneous streams are available to help households that don’t all want to watch the same thing at the same time.

If those limits need a little boosting, Hulu + Live TV offers several upgrade options. Increase your cloud DVR storage to 200 hours for an additional $9.99/mo. and get unlimited simultaneous streaming at home for the same extra monthly fee. If you like the sound of both, you can combine the 2 upgrades for $14.99/mo. Both the live TV line-up and on-demand library are available to try for free for a week.

Check out our review on Hulu + Live TV for more information.

How to watch the Vegas Golden Knights on fuboTV

fuboTV also has NBC Sports Network and the regional NBC Sports California. But, unlike Hulu + Live TV, this streaming service has an extra way to watch Knights games live: NHL Network. If you sign up for the $79.99/mo. Elite package, you’ll get it included for free, along with more than 140 other channels and 1,000 hours of storage space for recordings. But if you pay $64.99/mo. for the Family plan or $29.99/mo. for the Latino package, you’ll have to pay a further $5.99/mo. for an add-on that includes NHL Network. (And you’ll only get a 250-hour cloud DVR.) 

No matter which plan you choose, you’ll be able to watch tons of sporting content. fuboTV airs over 30,000 events annually, ranging from hockey and football to basketball and wrestling. You can even watch select sports in 4K for the ultimate viewing experience. Try any fuboTV plan for free for 7 days.

Check out our review on fuboTV for more information.

How to watch the Vegas Golden Knights on YouTube TV

Knights games via NBC Sports California and NBC Sports Network can similarly be watched via YouTube TV. The single-package offering costs $64.99/mo. for more than 85 live TV channels, including big sports names like FS1 and professional league networks like NBA TV.

But the one thing that will catch your attention is YouTube TV’s unlimited cloud DVR. It allows you to record as many games and sports shows as you like and stores them all for 9 months. Another major YouTube TV benefit is the 2-week free trial. That’s double the length of most other streaming service trial offerings and more than enough time to try out YouTube TV’s impressive DVR limits and expansive line-up. Don’t forget to experiment with the Views filters, too. They’ll let you see spoiler-free stats in real time and watch important replays — all while watching a game from the same screen.

How to watch the Vegas Golden Knights on Sling TV

Sling TV offers a trio of ways to watch Knights live streams. You can watch the Vegas team take on other NHL franchises through NBC Sports California, NBC Sports Network, or NHL Network. But there’s a catch to all 3 options. To watch NBC, you’ll have to sign up to the $30/mo. Blue plan. However, that doesn’t come with ESPN — if you can’t live without ESPN, invest in the $45/mo. combined Orange + Blue package instead. You can subscribe to any Sling TV package for NHL Network access but will have to pay an additional $10/mo. for the platform’s Sports Extra add-on. 

As you can probably see, Sling TV’s prices are a lot lower than rival services. But this does mean some of the features offer lower limits. For example, only a 10-hour cloud DVR is included as standard, and this can only be upgraded to 50 hours, which is still small compared to other services. And you’ll only be able to try Sling TV for 3 days, instead of the industry-standard 7. 

Check out our review on Sling TV for more information.

How to watch the Vegas Golden Knights on AT&T TV Now

Enjoy access to 5 channels that air the Golden Knights with an AT&T TV Now subscription, including regional channels such as AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain and FOX Sports West. Note that the service is no longer taking new subscribers.

The service has 8 packages to choose from, but only a select few feature NHL Network. To get the best Knights viewing experience, opt for either the Xtra, Ultimate, or Premier plans. They range in price from $124/mo. to $183/mo. and have channel line-ups that go from 105+ networks to a whopping 140+ names. Of course, that means you’re likely to find almost every sports channel, from CBS to MLB TV. 

All AT&T TV Now packages also come with 500 hours of DVR storage space and the ability to download content for offline viewing, no matter where you are. But you can only try certain plans for free. The free trial list currently includes the Plus, Max, and international options, meaning you may need to think carefully before committing to one of the more expensive plans.