How to watch NHL’s ‘Game 7’ between Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay: Game 6 picture perfect
It’s a little difficult to remember the last time you were able to catch a live NHL game.
But it’s a memory that NHL fans in Tampa Bay, Florida, have long since forgotten.
After all, the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday night.
The Lightning were looking to make history at home, as they were the first team to reach that mark in the Eastern Conference.
But, as many have noted, the game was a little rough for the Lightning, as defenseman Victor Hedman got a minor knee injury early in the third period and couldn’t return to the game.
As a result, Pittsburgh got the 3-1 win and clinched the Stanley’s Cup.
It was a historic night for the NHL’s Eastern Conference, with both teams clinching the Cup.
The two teams are locked in a battle for a second consecutive year, and if the two teams can’t agree on who should get the Cup, the Eastern and Western Conferences would play a best-of-seven playoff series.
With Game 6 ending in a 2-2 tie, fans around the NHL will be tuning in to watch the game live, via NHL Live.
To watch the Stanley final live, you’ll need a subscription to NHL GameCentre Live, a live streaming service that provides access to NHL games in Canada, the United States, and Mexico.
You’ll need to subscribe to a different provider to watch Game 6.