If you don’t own a Fox Sports Go subscription, you’ll have to fork over $50 for a package that includes access to the NFL’s biggest games, a free HBO Go subscription and a slew of other benefits.
For the first time ever, you can stream NHL games in HD and also get NHL highlights and stats.
If you want to get your fix on all of that free stuff, here’s what you’ll need to do.
First, you need to sign up for a free trial for Fox Sports Hockey.
This subscription will allow you to stream the games and get access to Hockey Rink, a new app for Apple and Android users that provides an online viewing experience of the NHL’s games.
That includes highlights, stats, video replays, player ratings, and more.
It’s not exactly like watching a game on the couch, but it’s more convenient than watching on the go.
Once you’re signed up, you won’t have to pay anything until you buy a Fox sports subscription.
Once you’re on the subscription, all of the benefits listed above will transfer over.
The subscription will cost $5.99 a month, which includes access in HD, access to NHL games, NHL highlights, and the ability to stream games.
You’ll also get access for the first year to a special NHL TV package, which will give you access to all of Fox Sports’ hockey programming and highlights.
For $20, you get access on iOS, Android, and Windows 10 and also receive a free download of Hockey Rant, which is available on a subscription basis for iOS and Android devices.
Hockey Rant is available as a free app for iOS users, and it’s not as comprehensive as the NHL highlights app, but its still a good place to start.
You can watch the highlights of the entire NHL season, including the playoffs and post-season.
It even has the ability of highlighting certain players and teams from the past, as well as breaking down some of the most important stats.
For just $10 a month (or $20 for those who subscribe to Hockey Premium), you’ll get access across all of your devices and apps, including all of ESPN’s coverage of the 2018 NHL season.
You also get the ability use Hockey Rants for free in your favorite apps, as long as you don