The hockey feeds under Sports and M.I. Canada are down at this time but we expect them to be back up again in the next week or two. In the meantime, here are a few other options for watching hockey.
Free option 1:
You can stream the game from the website, nhl66.ir. To use this website, first install Firefox from the Play Store.
After signing into the Play Store, make sure to turn off auto-updates so the Play doesn’t update Kodi to version 19. Kodi 19 isn’t compatible with a lot of the add-ons in our programming. This video shows you how to turn off auto-updates, https://youtu.be/riC0Oz5IlEU
Once you’ve installed Firefox, open it and type nhl66.ir into the address bar. Note that this website doesn’t appear to work with Chrome, so you need to install Firefox browser. This video gives a quick run through of how to use nhl66.ir.
Free option 2:
You can also use the app Live Net TV. Under Sports they have a variety of Sportsnet feeds. Unfortunately, you won’t know what game you’re getting until you open the feed and this app does have ads. Generally, an X will appear in the top right corner, click it to close the ad. Sometimes the X won’t work, in which case I exit the app and re-open it. If you don’t have this app on your tv box, you can install it using these instructions.
Paid option 1:
Another option is to get the NHL Live app. According to their website, the cost for a subscription to NHL Live is $29.99 a month and can be cancelled at any time. If you choose this option, you can download the NHL Live app from the Play Store.