AMESBURY, Mass. - Hockey East has once again partnered with ViacomCBS Digital to provide fans across the world the opportunity to view every single Hockey East game in 2021-22 season on digital platforms.
“We’re excited to again partner with ViacomVBS Digital to stream all Hockey East games on a platform that is easy to use and at no cost to our fans,” said Hockey East Commissioner Steve Metcalf. “Providing consistency in our streaming home, both in the U.S. and internationally, with no subscription fee was a priority of ours in order to thank our fans for supporting us through a difficult 2020-21 season.”
Each home Hockey East game will be streamed live for free on College SportsLive, just as in 2020-21. All games will be made available across the U.S. and internationally on SportsLive, while select games televised on NESN and NESN+ will also be made available on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports app outside of New England.
Games selected by NESN or NESN+ as part of the league’s agreement with the regional sports network will be made available on SportsLive only outside of New England, while NESN, NESN+, and NESN’s authenticated streaming service will provide coverage across the region.
To watch games on SportsLive, fans can visit CollegeSportsLive.com and select Hockey East from the All Partners drop down menu. There, fans can select to view all men’s and women’s games. If tuning in from outside New England and looking for a game airing on NESN or NESN+, fans should select Hockey East on NESN from the All Partners drop down menu.
Full How to Watch details and direct links to each game will be updated every week in the Watch tab of the league’s website, HockeyEastOnline.com.
Further details on the 2021-22 NESN schedule will be announced in the coming days.
ABOUT HOCKEY EAST: The Hockey East Association is an 11-team Division I college men’s hockey conference founded in 1984 and a 10-team Division I women’s league which began play in 2002-03. The men’s league has won 10 NCAA championships in the past 27 years, most recently in 2021. Since 1999, Hockey East has won eight men’s NCAA Championships with 17 NCAA Championship Game appearances, while placing 28 teams in the Frozen Four and 74 teams in the NCAA Tournament. Overall, Hockey East has sent 118 teams to the men’s NCAA Tournament since its inaugural season, more than any other conference in that span. Hockey East is home to 11 Hobey Baker winners and four Patty Kazmaier winners.