A fascinating NHL season is brewing right in front of us with so much still left to play for as we approach the playoff rounds. There has been a great deal of excitement about this season, with the league being expanded to 32 teams and the season being played with 82 regular-season games for every team. The teams compete for one of the most highly regarded and prestigious trophies in all professional sport, the Stanley Cup. One of the teams in the NHL that has never lifted the Stanley Cup is the Ottawa Senators.
Founded in 1990, the Ottawa Senators are an NHL team based in Ontario, Canada. They have made 16 playoff appearances, won four division titles, and were the beaten finalists in the 2007 Stanley Cup Finals. While their playoff drought is not expected to end this season, the Ottawa Senators have a spirited and talented young roster that has been built largely through the draft. There are some promising young prospects in their ranks, and they continue to play some good hockey even during this transition period.
So if you would like to watch the Ottawa Senators in action this season, we have you covered. Here we have all the information you need on how and where you can catch all of their NHL matches live without the need for a cable TV subscription. Also, make sure to check out our guide to learn about how to watch every NHL game live this season.
Which Channels to Watch Ottawa Senators Games Tonight?
Every NHL team has games broadcast on multiple channels, and the Ottawa Senators are no different. Fans can tune in to regional channels like TSN or other channels like Sportsnet, ESPN+, Hulu, ABC, ESPN, NHL Network, and TNT to watch their games live. These channels are also available on several live streaming services so that you can watch all NHL games live.
How to Watch Ottawa Senators In-Market Games Live?
As the Ottawa Senators are based out of Canada, their In-Market games are only available to those living in the Ottawa region. TNS is the channel that shows their In-Market games, while Sportsnet broadcasts their nationally televised games for the fans living in Canada. These channels are not available for fans living in the United States.
How to Watch Ottawa Senators Out-of-Market Games?
Ottawa Senators fans who live in the United States may find it a bit tricky to watch their favorite team in action live this season. The reason for this is that there is a bit of uncertainty over where Out-of-Market games are broadcast. But worry not, because we have a list of streaming services that will allow you to watch all the Senators games live this season, even if you live in Out-of-Market regions.
We start off with ESPN+, a must-have streaming service for all NFL fans. This company has a deal with the NHL to broadcast more than 1000 games live every season. Its rights package includes every Out-of-Market game. So fans of the Ottawa Senators who live in the United States can watch every game featuring them on ESPN+. In addition, ESPN+ is also set to broadcast 75+ exclusive nationally televised NHL games featuring all 32 teams on Tuesdays and Thursdays this season.
Getting an ESPN+ subscription is very cheap, as it has a cost of $5.99/month or $59.99/year. If you would like to get some more information on the streaming service, be sure to read our review of ESPN+ here.
Next up, we have fuboTV, which is also a really great option for sports fans in general and NHL fans in particular. This streaming service has channels like ABC, ESPN, NHL Network as part of its packs. So you can watch the majority of the Ottawa Senators games live with this. There are three subscription packs to choose from on this streaming service: Starter ($64.99/Mo), Pro ($69.99/Mo), and Elite ($79.99/Mo). If you want to get more information about the features of this streaming service, do make sure to check out our fuboTV review.
Sling TV is another reliable and affordable option for NHL fans. It has channels like ESPN, TNT, TBS, and NHL Network (as an add-on option) on its list. Sling TV has three-pack options: Orange, Blue, and Orange + Blue. The first two packs have a cost of $35 per month, and the Orange + Blue pack costs $50 per month. Do make sure to check out our Sling TV review for more information on this streaming service.
Another great option for NHL fans is Hulu + Live TV, including ESPN, TNT, Hulu Originals, and ABC. The fans living in Out-of-Market regions can watch the majority of their team's games live on this streaming service as a result. You can get a subscription by paying a fee of $64.99 per month. This offer includes Hulu's original content like movies and TV shows and its live TV streaming service. Do read our Hulu + Live TV review if you want to get some more information to help your decision.
DirecTV Stream also features plenty of channels that show NHL games live. Channels like ESPN, TNT, and ABC are all part of its packs. You will have the choice to choose between four different pack options: Entertainment, Choice, Ultimate, and Premier. The packs have a monthly subscription fee between $69.99 and $139.
Ottawa Senators Schedule 2021-22
The NHL is known for its fast-paced games and high-octane action. Games also come thick and fast, with every team playing several games every week. This makes the NHL a great sport to follow for fans, as they can watch their favorite team and players in action almost every day. Thanks to their exciting roster, the Ottawa Senators are generating a lot of attention this season. Here you can find the full Ottawa Senators schedule.
|Sat||Jan 15, 2022||10:00 PM||@ Oilers|
|Sat||Jan 15, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Jets|
|Tue||Jan 18, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Sabres|
|Thu||Jan 20, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Penguins|
|Sat||Jan 22, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Capitals|
|Sun||Jan 23, 2022||6:00 PM||@ Blue Jackets|
|Tue||Jan 25, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Sabres|
|Thu||Jan 27, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Hurricanes|
|Sat||Jan 29, 2022||12:30 PM||vs Ducks|
|Mon||Jan 31, 2022||7:30 PM||vs Oilers|
|Tue||Feb 01, 2022||7:30 PM||@ Islanders|
|Sat||Feb 26, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Canadiens|
|Tue||Mar 01, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Lightning|
|Thu||Mar 03, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Panthers|
|Sat||Mar 05, 2022||4:00 PM||@ Coyotes|
|Sun||Mar 06, 2022||8:00 PM||@ Golden Knights|
|Tue||Mar 08, 2022||8:00 PM||@ Blues|
|Thu||Mar 10, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Kraken|
|Sat||Mar 12, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Blackhawks|
|Mon||Mar 14, 2022||7:30 PM||vs Coyotes|
|Wed||Mar 16, 2022||7:30 PM||vs Blue Jackets|
|Fri||Mar 18, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Flyers|
|Sat||Mar 19, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Canadiens|
|Thu||Mar 24, 2022||7:30 PM||@ Islanders|
|Sat||Mar 26, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Panthers|
|Tue||Mar 29, 2022||8:00 PM||@ Predators|
|Fri||Apr 01, 2022||7:30 PM||@ Red Wings|
|Sun||Apr 03, 2022||1:00 PM||vs Red Wings|
|Tue||Apr 05, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Canadiens|
|Thu||Apr 07, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Devils|
|Sat||Apr 09, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Rangers|
|Sun||Apr 10, 2022||7:30 PM||vs Jets|
|Tue||Apr 12, 2022||7:30 PM||@ Red Wings|
|Thu||Apr 14, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Bruins|
|Sat||Apr 16, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Maple Leafs|
|Wed||Apr 20, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Sabres|
|Fri||Apr 22, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Blue Jackets|
|Sat||Apr 23, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Canadiens|
|Tue||Apr 26, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Devils|
|Thu||Apr 28, 2022||7:00 PM||vs Panthers|
|Fri||Apr 29, 2022||7:00 PM||@ Flyers|