The NHL All Star Game will be live streamed this year from Amazon Prime Video in the United States and Canada.
If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can watch the All-star Game for free on your Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, or Fire TV and are able to stream it through Amazon Video.
This isn’t the first time that the NHL has streamed All-Stars games, but it’s the first in a long time that it’s offering the game at the same time.
Amazon has also partnered with the NHL on this, but the NHL’s partners have to pay for the game to be streamed on Amazon Video, which means it will cost you money to watch the game on Amazon Prime.
If you’re a member of the Amazon Prime Instant Video (AMVPD) family, you’ll also be able to watch all the All Star games on Amazon Instant Video, including the NHL All Stars Game.
However, the NHL will only stream the All Stars game for free with Amazon Instant Videos, so if you’re on an Amazon Fire or Fire HDTV, you won’t be able watch the games at all.
The NHL AllStar Game is also live streamed on the NHL YouTube channel and the NHL Twitter account.
There is no word yet on when the NHL plans to stream the game in the U.S. or Canada, but if you want to watch it right now, it’s live right now.
Here’s a look at the video options for the NHL games streaming on Amazon.com: NHL All Star Games : Watch All-STAR Game with Amazon Video on Amazon Fire HD TV, Amazon Fire Stick, Fire HD, Amazon Video Player, Fire PC, Fire OSX, Fire Phone, Fire S, Kindle Fire, Kindle Voyage, Kindle XS, Kindle Tablet, Amazon Echo, FireTV Stick, and Fire TV.
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