How to watch the Nashville Predators

Under the strong leadership of Swiss captain Roman Josi, the Nashville Predators have had a solid performance over the years. The team finished fourth in the Central Division last year but ended up losing 1-3 to the Coyotes in the Playoffs.

With a few new players signed, the Predators are ready for an even more impressive season. So you can’t afford to miss their games this year, especially if you’ve been following the team for a while.

If you want to catch every Predators game live without cable, read on to find out how.

What channels show Nashville Predators games?

FOX Sports Tennessee holds the TV broadcasting rights for Nashville Predators games. In addition to this, you can usually watch the Predators live through NBC and NBC Sports Network, depending on the game. NHL Network also broadcasts a handful of Predators games.

Unfortunately, all of the live TV streaming services have dropped most regional FOX Sports channels (including FOX Sports Tennessee) from their lineup. So if you plan on accessing the Predators live stream without cable, you can only watch select games that air on NBC, NBC Sports Network, and NHL Network.

Most of the leading live TV streaming services have NBC and NBC Sports Network. But NHL Network is only available through AT&T TV Now, fuboTV, and Sling TV, so these would be in the lead.

Streaming Nashville Predators live without cable


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How to watch the Nashville Predators on Hulu + Live TV

For $54.99/mo., Hulu + Live TV gives you access to 65+ live TV channels, including NBC in select markets and NBC Sports Network. So you can use your subscription to stream Predators games if they happen to air on any of these channels.

You also get several leading sports channels, including Big Ten Network, CBS, ESPN, FOX Sports 1 and 2, and more. And it gives you 50 hours of cloud DVR storage, which comes in handy if you want to record and rewatch your favorite games. This makes Hulu + Live TV a decent option for sports fans.

Plus, it has its own on-demand library that lets you stream thousands of movies and TV shows. So consider signing up for the 7-day free trial to see if it’s a good fit for you.

How to watch the Nashville Predators on fuboTV

With a Standard plan that costs $59.99/mo., fuboTV lets you watch hundreds of games and live sporting events from 100+ channels. This includes NBC in select markets and NBC Sports Network, so you can watch Predators games live if they air on any of these channels.

Plus, you can even watch any Predators live stream that airs on NHL Network if you get the fubo Extra add-on for $5.99/mo. This add-on comes with 40+ sports and entertainment channels, including NHL Network.

Being a sports-focused service, fuboTV has plenty of other channels that broadcast live sporting events, including beIN Sports, CBS Sports Network, ESPN, FOX Sports 1 and 2, NFL Network, and more. But keep in mind that fuboTV doesn’t have its own on-demand library.

The Standard plan only has 30 hours of cloud DVR storage, which is good enough to record a few NHL games. But you can also get 250 hours of storage with the Cloud DVR 250 add-on for $9.99/mo. Before you decide if this is a good option for you, make sure you sign up for the 7-day free trial.

How to watch the Nashville Predators on YouTube TV

YouTube TV costs $64.99/mo. and comes with 85+ channels. This includes leading sports-focused channels like Big Ten Network, CBS Sports Network, ESPN, FOX Sports 1 and 2, MLB Network, and more. Plus, you also get NBC in select markets and NBC Sports Network to watch Predators games live if they air on these channels.

The service gives you unlimited cloud DVR storage, which is a huge plus for sports fans who enjoy recording games and rewatching them every now and then. You can keep the recordings for up to 9 months. On the downside, YouTube TV doesn’t have its own on-demand library. But before you commit, consider trying out the service for free for a week.

How to watch the Nashville Predators on Sling TV

The most affordable way to watch Predators live without cable, Sling TV costs just $30/mo. You can get NBC in select markets and NBC Sports Network with the Sling Blue plan. Plus, you also get NHL Network and 10+ other channels with the Sports Extra add-on for $10/mo.

On the downside, you only get 10 hours of cloud DVR storage, so you can barely record 10 NHL games. But you can get 40 hours more with the Cloud DVR Plus add-on for $5/mo. Even with the two add-ons, Sling remains the cheapest way to access Predators live streams without cable.

Note that Sling TV doesn’t have its own on-demand library. Don’t forget to try out the service with a 3-day free trial before you decide if it’s a good choice for you.

How to watch the Nashville Predators on AT&T TV Now

Due to a recent change, only existing subscribers have access to AT&T TV Now. New customers will have to get an AT&T TV plan. That being said, AT&T TV Now is slightly more expensive than other popular services starting at $55/mo. for just 45+ channels. The lineup includes NBC in select markets and NBC Sports Network, which will let you stream any Predators live game that airs on these channels. The sports lineup is slightly more limited with this option, but you still get ESPN, ESPN 2, and FOX Sports 1.

To also get NHL Network, you’ll need the Xtra plan, which costs $124/mo. This comes with several additional sports channels, including FOX Sports 2, MLB Network, MSG, etc. Plus, it has a handful of regional sports channels from FOX, although this doesn’t include FOX Sports Tennessee.

Like many other live TV streaming services, AT&T TV Now doesn’t have its own on-demand library. The good news is you get up to 500 hours of cloud DVR storage, so you can even record an entire NHL season. Try the service for free for 7 days to see if it’s the right fit for you.

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