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  • Stanley Cup set to get underway on 11 August 2020
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  • 2019 Stanley Cup champions, St. Louis Blues are back to defend their title
Stanley Cup Live Streaming

The Stanley cup is the trophy awarded on an annual basis to the NHL team that wins the playoffs at the end of the season. The NHL is generally considered the best ice hockey tournament around and features teams from the USA and Canada.

The Stanley Cup consists of 16 teams and begins on 11 August 2020. The final is set to begin on 22 September and must be finished by no later than 4 October 2020.

The bet365 live streaming service is one of the best ways to watch the Stanley Cup online. The Stanley Cup is a very popular ice hockey tournament to bet on and now you are able to watch and bet anywhere you want as long as you have a suitable internet connection.

Live Stream Stanley Cup Online


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Stanley Cup Live Streaming


Watch the Stanley Cup live online with officially licensed streams. bet365 is one of the best options for Stanley Cup live streaming.

2020 Stanley Cup teams


Boston Bruins, Caroline Hurricanes, Tampa Bay Lighting, Columbus Blue Jackets, Vegas Golden Knights, Chicago Blackhawks, Washington Capitals, New York Islanders, Colorado Avalanche, Arizona Coyotes, St Louis Blues, Vancouver Canucks, Philadelphia Flyers, Montreal Canadiens, Dallas Stars and Calgary Flames.

How does the Stanley Cup work?


With 16 qualified for the Stanley Cup the matches are decided on rankings based on finishing position within the relevant conference during the normal NHL season. Once the matches are decided all matches across four rounds are played in a best out of seven matches format.

The home team with home ground advantage will play games one, two, five and seven at home while the away team will host games three four and six.

Who won the 2019 Stanley Cup?


The 2019 Stanley Cup was won by St. Louis Blues after they beat the Boston Bruins 4-3 in the final.

Stanley Cup FAQ

Where can I watch the Stanley Cup live streaming?

Check our live streaming calendar to see where to watch the Stanley Cup live streaming.

Can I watch live Stanley Cup on my phone?

Yes, watch live the Stanley Cup on your phone with Stanley Cup live streaming. You can also watch the Stanley Cup on your handheld device or computer as long as you have a suitable internet connection.

Can I stream the Stanley Cup live on my TV?

Yes, you can stream the Stanley Cup live on your TV by connecting your computer to your TV with a HDMI cable or a pairing connection.

What is the best live Ice Hockey streaming site?

Our live streaming calendar shows you all the best live Ice Hockey streaming sites.

Who as won the most NHL titles?

The Montreal Canadiens are the most successful NHL team with 24 titles.

Who won the 2019 Stanley Cup?

The St. Louis Blues won the 2019 Stanley Cup by beating the Boston Bruins 4-3 in the final.

How many teams are there in the Stanley Cup?

There are a total of 16 teams in the Stanley Cup.

How many matches is played in each round of the Stanley Cup?

Every match in the Stanley Cup is played on on a best out of seven basis. The team with home ground advantage will play four of the seven matches at home.

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