The 2023 NHL Playoffs West Final series could end tonight in Game 4 as the Vegas Knights attempt to sweep the Dallas Stars and meet Florida in the Stanley Cup Finals. The start time tonight is 8 pm ET / 5 pm from American Airlines Center.
The Knight and Stars Game 4 can be viewed on a traditional cable TV channel (ESPN) as well as a separate streaming option without cable. You can live stream it online with an ESPN+ subscription from a variety of devices include Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire Sticks and Fire TV, mobile phones, and more.
Watch Knights vs Stars Game 4 with ESPN+
With an ESPN Plus account you can not only watch the Vegas Knights and Dallas Stars Game 4, but countless other Men’s and Women’s pro and collegiate sports games throughout the year. Plus there are professional sports and original series, including every 30-for-30 documentary, ready to stream.
The cost of ESPN+ is currently only $9.99 a month or $99.99 for an entire year, so it remains one of the cheapest standalone streaming services available.
ESPN+ Disney+ Hulu Bundle
A $12.99 a month bundle option including ESPN+ and the ad-supported versions of Hulu and Disney+ is another option to consider. This bundle deal is a fantastic bargain that is already being enjoyed by millions of subscribers for only $3 more per month over ESPN+ by itself.
If you already have a Hulu account then you will receive a bill credit for each month that you’re subscribed to the bundle deal.
Look for the ESPN+ app to show up on a variety of devices including Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 gaming consoles; LG, Samsung and Sony TVs, Roku boxes, Chromecast, iPhone or iPad, and Amazon Fire TV boxes and Fire Sticks.
DirecTV Stream Free Trial
DirecTV Stream is a loaded live streaming service offering different tier channel offerings at different price points. ABC is included in the base “Entertainment package” as well as all higher tiers.
Best of all there’s now no annual contract and a free trial to enjoy.
ESPN on Fubo
You can stream the Knights and Stars Game 4 live for free by enrolling in a Fubo TV 7-day free trial. ESPN is included in the base “Pro” package free trial so that’s all you need to start watching.
Fubo offers three days of auto recording in case you miss something live, and 30 hours of Cloud DVR service so you can record any missed program or sporting event to watch later.