2023 Stanley Cup Finals – Live stream date, time, results, TV channel

Western Conference champion Vegas Golden Knights and Eastern Conference champion Florida Panthers will meet up in the 2023 Stanley Cup Finals, NHL Championship begins on Saturday, Jun 3 at T-Mobile Arena. The 2023 NHL Finals championship best of seven series will air live on CBC, SN, TNT, TruTV, and TBS starting at 8:00 PM ET.

Who playing in the Stanley Cup Finals 2023?

The Florida Panthers will battle with Vegas Golden Knights for the Stanley Cup Finals 2023 at T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. The Best of 7 series will begin on Saturday, June 3, and ends on Tuesday, June 13, 2023.

What channels air the 2023 Stanley Cup finals?

TNT, TruTV, TBS, CBC, and SN, have exclusive broadcasting rights for the 2023 Stanley Cup final game series. And the live stream is available on the Cable TV streaming network FuboTV, Sling TV, DIRECTV STREAM, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV.

2023 Stanley Cup Finals TV Schedule and Results

  • Game 1: Saturday, June 3, Knights 5-2 Panthers, Final (CBC, SN, TNT, TruTV, TBS)
  • Game 2: Monday, June 5: Knights 7-2 Panthers, Final (CBC, SN, TVAS)
  • Game 3: Thursday, June 8: Panthers @ Knights, Final (CBC, SN, TVAS)
  • Game 4: Saturday, June 10: Panthers 3-2 Knights, Final/OT (CBC, SN, TVAS)
  • Game 5: Tuesday, June 13: Knights 9-3 Panthers, Final (CBC, SN, TVAS)

How to watch live stream

The 2022-23 Stanley Cup Finals game series is officially shown by TruTV, TNT, TBS, SN, and CBC, and the games’ live stream is available on pay TV subscriptions FuboTV, Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, DirecTV Stream, and YouTube TV in the United States. To get access to the 2023 Stanley Cup Finals live stream without cable you need to purchase a premium subscription monthly or yearly.

CBC and Sportsnet have broadcasting rights in Canada. If you live in the UK, you can catch all the action of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals games on Sky TV and Prime Video TV streaming service. Hockey fans in Australia, you can watch all 2023 Stanley Cup games live streams on Kayo Sports including ESPN+ and ABC local TV channels.