How to Watch Game 7 Stanley Cup Final in Canada and USA
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  • Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final is tonight (Monday, June 24)
  • The Oilers face the Panthers after trailing 3-0 in the series
  • Below, learn how to watch and stream the Stanley Cup Game 7 in Canada & USA

Are you ready for an epic conclusion to the Stanley Cup Final?

The Edmonton Oilers and Florida Panthers are gearing up for a winner-take-all Game 7 showdown that’s sure to be one for the ages.

After trailing 3-0 in the series, the Oilers have stormed back with three straight victories to force this decisive matchup.

Connor McDavid and company are looking to become just the second team ever to complete a reverse sweep in the Stanley Cup Final. Meanwhile, the Panthers are aiming to avoid a historic collapse and capture their first championship.

Game 7 Details

Game 7 is set for Monday, June 24 at 8 p.m. ET at Amerant Bank Arena in Sunrise, Florida. The puck drop should occur shortly after 8 p.m. ET.

How to Watch Stanley Cup in the U.S. and Canada

So how can you catch all the heart-pounding action? Here’s a handy guide for tuning in across the U.S. and Canada:

USAABC, ESPN+, Fubo (free trial)
CanadaCBC, Sportsnet, TVA Sports, Sportsnet+

In the U.S., ABC will be broadcasting the game nationally, with streaming options available on ESPN+ and Fubo, which is offering a free trial. Sean McDonough, Ray Ferraro and Emily Kaplan will have the call.

For Canadian viewers, the game will air on CBC, Sportsnet, and TVA Sports. You can also stream it with a Sportsnet+ subscription for $20/month. Alternatively, Fubo’s Canadian service will stream the CBC feed and offers a free trial.

Cord-Cutting Tips

Some cord-cutting tips: Many smart TVs have built-in tuners that may allow you to access CBC without cable. If you’re a cable subscriber, you might be able to use your provider’s app or website to stream the game on your devices.

CBC used to stream Stanley Cup Final playoff games on their website; however, that changed in 2024. We have confirmed Game 7 will not be available on CBC Gem, however, viewers can still tune into CBC Television or stream on Sportsnet+ to watch the games.

Ratings and Storylines

Ratings for the series have been through the roof, with Games 5 and 6 both exceeding 5 million viewers across North American markets. Game 7 is expected to be the most-watched NHL game of the decade, possibly challenging the 8.54 million viewer record set by Chicago-Boston Game 6 in 2013.

A few other intriguing storylines to watch:

  • The Oilers are vying to end Canada’s 31-year Stanley Cup drought, last won by Montreal in 1993
  • A loss would make the Panthers the first team to blow a 3-0 SCF lead since 1942
  • Edmonton has a chance to join the 1942 Maple Leafs as the only teams to pull off the 3-0 comeback
  • It’s the first Stanley Cup Final Game 7 since 2019 (Blues over Bruins) and 18th overall

Who Will Come Out on Top?

Will the Oilers complete the historic turnaround, or can the Panthers stop the bleeding and hoist Lord Stanley’s mug?

Whichever side you’re on, you won’t want to miss this thrilling conclusion to a rollercoaster Stanley Cup Final. Tune in and find out who will reign supreme!