The Toronto Maple Leafs are an NHL team that play in the Eastern Conference, Atlantic Division. If you can’t make it to the Scotiabank Arena to watch a game in person this season, you can live stream Maple Leafs games on most major streaming devices, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung Smart TV, iPhone, Android TV, and more.
In the Toronto area, Sportsnet NOW carries 56 Leafs games. In the United States, out-of-market Leafs fans can watch most of the team’s regular season on ESPN+. When the Maple Leafs are on national TV in the US, the games will air on ABC, ESPN, TNT, or TBS.
Watch the Toronto Maple Leafs out-of-market across the US.
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Watch nationally televised Leaf’s games on ABC, ESPN, TNT, and TBS. Stanley Cup Finals coverage. Includes ESPN+.
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How to watch tonights Leaf’s game
What channel is the Maple Leaf’s game on tonight? In the US, Maple Leaf’s games can air on ABC, ESPN, TNT, or TBS. In the easy to use table below, we list the Maple Leaf’s TV schedule, as well as the live TV streaming services that carry each game. Out-of-market US Maple Leaf’s games are often available on ESPN+.
The most important channels for Leaf’s fans
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$99.99 / month
$74.99 / month
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$69.99 / month
$50 / month
$72.99 / month
Can I watch the Maple Leafs on ESPN+?
Yes, if you live in the U.S., you can watch the Maple Leafs on ESPN+, although some games will be blacked out when ESPN, TNT, and NHL Network have rights to exclusive games.
The old NHL.TV was folded into ESPN+ which created a streaming only out-of-market package for NHL fans who don’t live close to their favorite team. ESPN+ features 1,000 out-of-market NHL games each season as well as 75 exclusive, ESPN produced, games.
Most Leaf games will be available on ESPN+ in the U.S. unless the Leafs are playing in an exclusive broadcast on ESPN, TNT, and NHL Network.
For more, see this helpful summary of the ESPN+ NHL lineup published by ESPN.
Can I watch the Maple Leafs on Hulu?
Yes, you can watch the Leafs on Hulu in the US with the ESPN+ bundle, which is included as part of the Hulu + Live TV base package. In other words, when you sign up for Hulu + Live TV, ESPN+ is automatically included. The advantage of signing up for Hulu if you are an out-of-market Maple Leaf fan is the platform also includes the channels that air nationally televised NHL games, ABC, ESPN, TNT, and TBS.
In addition to being the out-of-market home of NHL broadcasts, ESPN+is also the primary broadcast partner for UFC events. With a Hulu + Live TV subscription, you get access to UFC Fight Nights, but do need to pay extra for PPV events.
Watching the Maple Leafs FAQ
Yes, if you live in Canada, Sportsnet NOW live streams 56 Maple Leafs games each season. In the US, Maple Leafs fans can live stream every game on Hulu + Live TV with the ESPN+ bundle and Hulu’s lineup of important NHL channels, such as ABC, ESPN, TNT, and TBS. The one blind spot in Hulu’s Maple Leaf’s NHL coverage is the NHL Network.
Not usually, no. ESPN+ and Hulu don’t typically offer free trials. However, when the Maple Leafs appear on ABC, ESPN, TNT, or TBS, you can watch for free one time with DIRECTV STREAM, YouTube TV, and fuboTV.
For this season, NHL Live has been retired, and folded into Sportsnet NOW Premium. Out-of-market Leafs fans in Canada can watch the team on Sportsnet NOW Premium.
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