How to watch the Winnipeg Jets

The Winnipeg Jets have had more than one name in their two-decade spin as an NHL ice hockey team. Originally named the Atlanta Thrashers, they quickly became the Jets after Winnipeg’s original NHL line-up relocated to Phoenix. It took a little longer for the Jets to reach their stride. But in 2019, they managed to enter the playoffs only to lose to the St. Louis Blues in the first round. A few draftings, re-signings, and acquisitions later, and the Jets have transformed themselves into ones to watch this season. Without further ado, here’s how to stream Winnipeg Jets games over the coming months.

What channels show Winnipeg Jets games?

Most Jets games can be found on Canada’s regional sports network, Sportsnet One. But occasionally, you’ll find the Jets thrashing the rink on NHL Network. Only one streaming service has access to both these channels, and it goes by the name of Sportsnet Now. It may only be available to viewers in Canada. But for those who can access the platform, the extensive sports offering is well worth it.

Streaming the Winnipeg Jets live without cable

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How to watch the Winnipeg Jets on Hulu + Live TV

As Jets games tend to be found on niche — rather than national — networks, you won’t find a single one on Hulu + Live TV. But other NHL games do air on the service’s NBC Sports Network. Access that and more than 60 other channels like ESPN and TNT for $54.99/mo. That monthly fee includes 50 hours of cloud DVR storage, access to Hulu’s award-winning on-demand library, and 2 simultaneous streams, so you’ll never have to argue over the remote again. Try Hulu + Live TV out for 7 days without spending a single cent.

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

How to watch the Winnipeg Jets on fuboTV

NHL Network is, thankfully, available with a fuboTV subscription, meaning you can watch a Winnipeg Jets game live. But there’s a catch. You’ll have to pay an extra $5.99/mo. if you sign up for the $29.99/mo. Latino package or $64.99/mo. Family plan. Elite users, however, can enjoy NHL Network for free, as they’ll be paying $79.99/mo. for the privilege of 140+ channels and a 1,000-hour DVR. All other subscribers receive 250 hours of recording space, which should be more than enough for major hockey fans. That, and the fact that the platform airs more than 30,000 sports events each year, may be enough to sway you. fuboTV also comes with a 7-day free trial that you won’t want to miss out on.

Check out our review on fuboTV for more information.

How to watch the Winnipeg Jets on YouTube TV

Unfortunately, YouTube TV falls into the same category as Hulu + Live TV. It doesn’t broadcast any Jets games but does air other NHL events via NBC Sports Network. Get that and more than 85 live TV channels like NBA TV for $64.99/mo. Rather impressively, the service also gives every user unlimited DVR storage, with each recording being kept for up to 9 months. Now that’s a feature you don’t see every day. Plenty of channel add-ons are available, too, if you need more sporting coverage. For an extra $10.99/mo, you can invest in the Sports Plus add-on, which comes with FOX Soccer Plus, NFL RedZone, and many more. Bonus: you can try everything out for free for a grand 2 weeks.

How to watch the Winnipeg Jets on Sling TV

Sling TV only offers NHL Network for Jets fans. Either sign up for the $30/mo. Blue plan for FOX and NBC, the $30/mo. Orange plan for ESPN, or opt for the combined $45/mo. Orange + Blue package for the opportunity to watch all the sports channels that Sling TV houses. The downside is the additional $10/mo. fee that comes with NHL Network access. But thanks to Sling TV’s competitive prices, it may not hurt quite so much to part with extra cash. Enjoy a 10-hour cloud DVR and a 3-day free trial with any plan, too. If you’re wincing at the low DVR limit, you can upgrade to 50 hours for an extra $5/mo.

Check out our review on Sling TV for more information.

How to watch the Winnipeg Jets on AT&T TV Now

To watch a Winnipeg Jets live stream via AT&T TV Now, you’ll have to be an existing subscriber and willing to commit to a much bigger monthly payment. Only the service’s most expensive packages include NHL Network. Subscribe to either the $124/mo. Xtra plan, the $135/mo. Ultimate package, or the $183/mo. Premier option. 

Channel totals range from 105+ to a mega 140+. Plus, you’ll receive an impressive 500-hour cloud DVR limit and 3 simultaneous streams. However, you won’t be able to try any of these packages for free on AT&T TV Now.  Due to the service only being available to existing customers, you would have to subscribe to AT&T TV.

How to watch the Winnipeg Jets on Sportsnet Now

Sportsnet Now is only available to Canada-based viewers, but it’s the best way to stay on top of all the Jets comings and goings. Housing both NHL Network and Sportsnet One, the platform is also the place to stream other Sportsnet networks. That means you’ll be able to catch MLB and NHL events along with the English Premier League, WWE wrestling, and even the Tour de France. All of that costs just $24.99/mo. (And if you’re a current Sportsnet TV subscriber, you won’t have to pay a thing.) Seeing as the price is much cheaper than rival services, it makes sense that Sportsnet Now doesn’t offer the typical features like a cloud DVR, free trial, or simultaneous streaming. But it does let you watch any content from the past 24 hours and makes select games available on-demand for longer. Simply log into the desktop site to access.

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