The Los Angeles Kings are members of the National Hockey League’s Pacific Division. Originally founded in 1966 right after Jack Kent Cooke was given an NHL expansion franchise, the Kings became one of six teams to kick off the 1967 expansion. Formally referred to as The Forum and based in Inglewood for more than thirty-two years it’s not a surprise that many old time fans still refer to the team as The Forum! The Kings share a division with the FlamesOilersCoyotesSharks, Ducks and Canucks.

We Recommend: Hulu for Streaming Kings Games Online

One of the biggest names in streaming now has a live sports option. Hulu Live offers dozens of channels including NBC Sports, ESPN, and more, meaning you can access most Kings games online. They also offer a great free trial, so if you’re hoping to watch tonight’s game, you can try before you buy. Check it out here!

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Fubo TV offers live Kings game streams

A little bit more expensive than Hulu Live, Fubo is a great option though if you’re looking for some of the more obscure channel streaming options. Odds are good if the Kings game is online, you can find it on Fubo.

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Want to watch an out-of-market Kings game online?

If you live in one city, but want to watch an Kings game being broadcast in another city, you will need to use a VPN service. A VPN will allow you to set your computer’s location to wherever the game is being streamed and then access the game online with one of the streaming services above.


Watch the Kings Live Online with DIRECTV NOW

DIRECTV NOW is a service which allows mere mortals and ice hockey lovers to cut the cord literally! Kings fans and NHL fans in general can for all intents and purposes live stream the Kings or any other team for that matter on any device of their choosing i.e. so as long as it runs iOS, or Android OS . Streaming on the go means that you’ll never miss an exciting Kings game again just because you got to put in some overtime at work. At $35 dollars its also not exactly expensive though we recommend upgrading to a package which includes the NHL Network.

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Live Stream the Los Angeles Kings Online with Sling TV

When it comes to having the ability to live stream action like that of the Kings taking on the Canadiens Sling TV is our top recommendation. At $20 a month, you get to live stream sports channels like ESPN , NHL Network and Fox Sports which means that you’re not going to miss another Kings game again even if you’re not at home. Also, folks who love channel surfing will enjoy switching between CNN, AMC, Syfy, NatGeo, etc. Besides at $20 a month it’s a steal and far cheaper than any cable service provider.

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Watch the Los Angeles Kings Online Using the Official NHL GameCenter Service

The Los Angeles Kings are royalty, and as such, it should be considered tantamount to treason watching them play on a regular size television or device. The NHL GameCenter services ensure that you’re streaming the Kings in HD on any modern device you can afford at just $100 a year. You can also choose to watch all NHL games live throughout the year for $131.49, or $24.99 a month. Either way, the GameCenter app makes sure that you’re kept up to date on all the action on the ice.


Stream the Los Angeles Kings with the PlayStation Vue

The PlayStation Vue started out as a live streaming service only meant for people who had the PlayStation console, but that’s no longer the case. Having the console certainly makes a statement about your maturity, but it’s not imperative to streaming! The PlayStation Vue app for iOS, Android, Chromecast and Roku devices means that you’ll be streaming and screaming though out. The only drawback is perhaps the $40 a month price tag, but it’s still way cheaper than subscribing to cable!

Other Ways of Streaming the Los Angeles Kings Online Free

We are sure there are hundreds of other ways to stream the Los Angeles Kings online for free, but they are illegal. Above are the only legal methods, and we stand by our statement. We are not responsible for people ending up in prison because they want to steal live Kings’ games.