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An elite field comes to Florida for the season’s first WGC event

The World Golf Championships-Workday Championship at The Concession is set for Feb. 25-28 at the The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Florida. That means it’s time to pick your optimal DraftKings fantasy golf lineup. Fortunately, our fantasy golf experts are ready to help.

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Here’s what our best WGC-Workday Championship at The Concession lineup looks like in this week’s golfer predictions:

Rory McIlroy ($10,400)

We’re awfully tempted to go with Dustin Johnson yet again; DJ’s record in WGC events (six wins, two seconds and a third) is second only to Tiger Woods’ insanely dominant ledger (18 wins) in these elite-field money grabs. But it’s an underrated storyline this week that Rory needs only a Workday win to complete a career WGC slam. McIlroy comes in salty off a rare missed cut at the Genesis — his first MC since the 2019 British Open — but there’s no cutline to worry about this week, and we wouldn’t be worried if there were. Rory followed his last MC with some of the best golf of his career in the ensuing weeks, and we expect him to do the same now. No doubt he’d rather have a Masters to complete a career majors slam, but this will have to do for now.

Bryson DeChambeau ($9,900)

If there is such an animal as a course horse this week, it’s BC, who won the NCAA Championship at The Concession in 2015 with a score of 8-under. DeChambeau’s grand experiment in personal transformation, which paid off so handsomely at the U.S. Open, has yielded mixed results since — a couple of top 10s but also a missed cut at the Genesis. His statistical profile, though, is impeccable; he ranks first in SG: Off the Tee, first in SG: Tee-to-Green and second in SG: Total. Those numbers, combined with his course history, are too enticing to pass up. Chicks dig the long ball, and so do we.

Patrick Reed ($9,200)

Reed’s status as the defending champion is essentially meaningless this week, since the event has moved from Mexico to The Concession Golf Club in Bradenton. What is meaningful is Reed’s recent form — he won the Farmers in his last PGA Tour action before jetting off to Saudi Arabia and then taking a couple of weeks off. The guy’s never going to win any popularity contests, and he puts the lie to the axiom that Cheaters Never Prosper, but you can’t deny his talent — he’s second in SG: Putting and seventh in SG: Total this year.

Ryan Palmer ($7,200)

The great thing about WGC events is all the built-in bargains that these small, stacked fields bring with them. Case in point: Palmer, who has risen to No. 24 in the world and has top-4 finishes in three of his last five starts, can be had for a steal. He’s second on Tour in birdie average (5.07) and 23rd in SG: Total.

Abraham Ancer ($6,800)

Like some of his colleagues on this list, Ancer succumbed to the wind at Riviera, missing the cut at the Genesis. But don’t let that deter you. His record at 2020 WGC events was superb — finishes of T4, T12 and T15. The stage is not too big for Ancer, who has been safely ensconced in the world top 30 for more than a year now.

Brendon Todd ($6,400)

There’s a feast-or-famine quality to Todd’s play of late, but when he’s on, he’s on. He’s been a top-25 machine, posting 10 of them since the COVID re-boot in June. He’s sixth in driving accuracy and fifth in SG: Putting. We like that combination.

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Top House Democrats have promised to put key immigration bills on the floor this month — but President Joe Biden’s sweeping overhaul won’t be one of them.

The issue of what to do with Biden’s comprehensive immigration plan has bedeviled Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her leadership team, particularly after a disappointing whip count came back this week showing they don’t yet have the votes to pass the bill on the floor, according to people familiar with the talks.
With the Republican Party broadly embracing election disinformation, voter suppression and minority rule, it falls to Democrats to bear the standard of democracy. Doing so will require them to finish off an anti-democratic tradition of a quasi-democratic body, the Senate filibuster.

The House on Wednesday considered Democrats’ signature response to the party opposite’s authoritarian drift in the form of HR1, an omnibus of election, redistricting and campaign finance reforms. Its fate and perhaps that of American democracy depend on the Democrats’ willingness to use the majority they narrowly won in the Senate, where their 50 seats represent 41.5 million more Americans than the equivalent Republican caucus.

Democratic San Jose Rep. Zoe Lofgren, who chairs the House caucus with jurisdiction over the bill, noted the thwarted popular will for addressing climate change and raising the minimum wage in a news conference before the House vote. “Nothing else happens unless the people’s voices are heard,” she said.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, clutching a miniature American flag on the steps of the Capitol, agreed. “This reminds me of what it must have felt like at Valley Forge,” the San Francisco Democrat said. “Everything is at stake.”

It’s not much of an exaggeration. Pelosi and her fellow representatives stood at the scene of the violent insurrection that delayed Congress’ certification of President Biden’s election just two months ago, while further security threats canceled a House session scheduled for Thursday. Though the mob that stormed the capital on Jan. 6 literally called for Mike Pence’s neck, the former vice president typified the party’s stance by embracing the false claims of election fraud that fueled the violence in an op-ed published Wednesday, joining former President Donald Trump in attacking HR1.

Republican-run state legislatures, meanwhile, already have begun moving bills to limit ballot access and suppress participation. The party can also be counted on to oust several members of the House’s slim Democratic majority in two years not by persuading voters but through nakedly partisan gerrymandering, which already gives Republicans an advantage over their vote share of as many as 22 seats, or twice the current Democratic advantage, according to an Associated Press analysis. A restoration of Republican control of Congress could in turn mean that the next attempt to overturn certification of a legitimate presidential election succeeds.

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HR1 would stem this anti-democratic movement by setting national standards for ballot access, easing voter registration nationwide, requiring early voting and prohibiting excessive barriers to voting by mail. It would also impose more transparency on large political donations and create a matching system for small donations to congressional campaigns. And it would mandate California-style independent redistricting commissions to prevent partisan gerrymandering.

While these measures would empower voters regardless of their politics, they are unlikely to draw much support from a party increasingly dedicated to voter suppression and amenable to overturning elections. That has turned attention to what remains of the filibuster, which effectively requires 60 votes to pass most legislation and would therefore doom HR1 in the Senate. Undoing that tradition would require the assent of the more conservative-leaning Democrats such as West Virginia’s Joe Manchin, Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema and California’s Dianne Feinstein, who have defended the filibuster. It’s time for these and other Democrats to live up to their label and defend democracy instead.

So now Democrats are moving ahead with an alternative plan: Move the Biden bill through committee while the full House votes on more targeted immigration legislation that already enjoys broad caucus support.

The chair of the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.), confirmed the path forward, calling the Biden proposal both “important and serious.”

“We need to engage in some consultation with key members and stakeholders, but I see no reason why we wouldn’t mark it up when we reconvene in April,” Nadler said in a statement to POLITICO.

Biden’s proposal is a top priority for progressives and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, who say it’s critical to take action in the early months of his term. But Democratic leaders were never going to bring up a bill on the floor that would fail — putting them on a tightrope as they try to keep all factions of their diverse caucus on board for a realistic approach to one of Washington’s thorniest issues. Further complicating matters, the White House has taken more of a hands-off approach to the bill’s future in the House, several lawmakers and aides said.

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“We need to have a discussion. It was put together by a few people. I don’t know what the role of the administration has been,” said Rep. Tom O’Halleran (D-Ariz.), a border-state Democrat who belongs to the centrist Blue Dog Coalition. “But I have a sense that it’s just not quite ready yet.”

Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.), who leads the Congressional Progressive Caucus, acknowledged that “it’s difficult because of the schedule,” but vowed that “at the same time, we’re pushing very hard” to lend momentum to Biden’s sweeping proposal.

“It’s like we have three pedals, and we’re pushing every one of them with just as much strength,” she said, referring to a pair of other, more targeted immigration bills that will hit the floor in two weeks.

Pelosi, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn (D-S.C.) huddled on Tuesday evening to discuss the whip count and strategize on what to do next. That meeting was interrupted as the nominee to lead Biden’s budget office yanked her name from consideration, and multiple Democrats said Wednesday that immigration issues remained unresolved.

Proponents of the Biden bill, meanwhile, are still furiously working the phones to get their colleagues on board. That group, led by California Reps. Linda Sánchez, Judy Chu and Zoe Lofgren, has also lined up meetings with influential groups across the caucus, including the Blue Dogs on Tuesday and progressives on Thursday. Sánchez and Lofgren, along with other top Democrats, also spoke to the New Democrat Coalition late last month.

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One of the White House’s leading officials on immigration, Tyler Moran, will also hold a staff briefing on the bill on Friday.

It’s unclear if or when Biden’s bill will come to the floor after moving through the Judiciary Committee in April. But several Democrats have been privately pushing leadership to make a decision one way or the other, privately expressing frustration that top Democrats were still projecting the possibility of the massive bill coming to the floor in March.

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In recent days, Democratic leaders have publicly sounded a note of skepticism, while acknowledging the final push behind the scenes.

“If ready, we will also consider comprehensive immigration reform,” Hoyer told reporters this week as he ticked off the upcoming floor schedule. “But I stress, if ready. There’s a lot of discussion going on about that.”

Democrats were already planning to take up some of their most popular immigration proposals in the coming weeks — one to protect the undocumented population known as Dreamers and another to reform the system for farmworkers. Both have bipartisan support, including strong backing from the CHC and CPC, and could soon see floor votes in the Senate.

But some members of the CHC say those bills aren’t enough because they don’t go nearly as far as Biden’s plan.

“I want to make sure the broader bill gets as much support as possible, and that we send it over as quickly as possible, and that we get this done,” said Rep. Veronica Escobar (D-Texas), who helped shape Biden’s proposal and has been actively lobbying her colleagues on the bill.

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“My fear, always, is that we will get morsels and, as a Congress, continue to kick the can down the road,” she said.

As Democrats move quickly toward a piecemeal immigration strategy, some corners of their caucus have begun to seek changes to the Biden plan. Some moderates, for instance, are pushing to include a provision requiring employers to confirm workers’ legal status — known as e-verify. Progressives, meanwhile, want some tweaks to ensure the bill doesn’t disqualify people from citizenship because of minor infractions on their criminal record.

It’s not clear yet which changes might be made to the bill. The Biden administration has repeatedly expressed a willingness to consider more tailored immigration measures that Democrats can get to the president’s desk. A White House official said the administration was in “regular touch” with lawmakers on immigration reform and would continue to hold briefings on Biden’s immigration priorities as Congress considers proposals.

Rep. Tom Malinowski (D-N.J.), a swing-district Democrat, has been making the case to Biden’s Hill team that an e-verify provision should be part of the bill, just as it was in the bipartisan immigration bill in 2013 that fell just short of passage.

“Yes, I support what’s in the bill. I think we would be in a stronger position to get it enacted if we eventually ended up where, I think, the middle ground is,” Malinowski said. “I think for both solid political, practical reasons and moral reasons, those two things should go together.”

The biggest fear for many progressives, however, is what could happen to the bill to win over the party’s centrists, either in the House or when the bill crosses over to the Senate.

“We don’t want this bill to be watered down before it gets to the floor, which is sometimes what happens with immigration bills,” Jayapal said.

Immigration advocates have argued that failing to act on the issue could come back to haunt them politically, leaving Democrats vulnerable among their base in 2022.

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During a session at the House Democratic Caucus’s virtual retreat on Wednesday, advocates shared new polling conducted for the immigrant rights groups and America’s Voice, which showed that 63 percent of voters would be “upset” if protections for undocumented immigrants didn’t pass. The online survey of 1,200 voters who participated in the 2020 election was conducted Feb. 20-26.

A clean Dream Act proposal received the highest support nationally with 72 percent of voters supporting it compared to 71 percent support for a bill providing citizenship to undocumented farmworkers and 66 percent support for citizenship for undocumented essential workers. The latter is a proposal that has been pushed by Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-Texas) alongside Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Alex Padilla (D-Calif.).

“Voters will be upset over inaction, especially the voters Democrats need to show up in the midterm elections,” stated the polling memo shared with House Democrats and obtained by POLITICO. “Republicans will not receive all or even most of the blame should the efforts to pass citizenship bills fail.

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The 2021 Arnold Palmer Invitational takes place this Thursday, March 4 through Sunday, March 7 at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge in Orlando, Florida. This is the 56th edition of the tournament and the 43rd edition of the event at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge. However, this year fan attendance will be limited to 25 percent of capacity, and spectators will only be allowed on the ground during tournament play. Fans will not be allowed in for practice or pro-am rounds. 123 players are scheduled to compete at this year’s tournament including three of the top ten in the Official World Golf Ranking: No. 6 Tyrrell Hatton, No. 8 Rory McIlroy, and No. 9 Patrick Reed. Click here to find the full list of players competing this week.

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The 2021 Arnold Palmer Invitational takes place this Thursday, March 4 through Sunday, March 7 at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge in Orlando, Florida. This is the 56th edition of the tournament and the 43rd edition of the event at the Bay Hill Club and Lodge. However, this year fan attendance will be limited to 25 percent of capacity, and spectators will only be allowed on the ground during tournament play. Fans will not be allowed in for practice or pro-am rounds.

123 players are scheduled to compete at this year’s tournament including three of the top ten in the Official World Golf Ranking: No. 6 Tyrrell Hatton, No. 8 Rory McIlroy, and No. 9 Patrick Reed. Click here to find the full list of players competing this week.

We’ve reached the one-year anniversary of the last normal event on the PGA Tour. The Arnold Palmer Invitational was the final tournament in 2020 with a full set of fans before the entire thing ground to a halt amid the COVID-19 pandemic at The Players Championship the following week at TPC Sawgrass.

Fittingly, the 2021 Arnold Palmer Invitational will feature the highest capacity since the shutdown. will be allowed in this week to see Bryson DeChambeau, Patrick Reed, Jordan Spieth, Viktor Hovland and Rory McIlroy tee it up at Bay Hill.

Last year’s tournament was a war. Scores ballooned on the weekend, and in a rarity, just 4-under par won the tournament with Tyrrell Hatton besting Marc Leishman by one stroke and Sungjae Im by two.

This year’s event likely won’t play as difficult, but it should be more fun to follow because of the field that will be present. Spieth is making his debut, while DeChambeau and McIlroy are among the best players at this venue over the last decade. In what should be a down week wedged between a WGC and The Players, this event should actually be terrific once again.

Here’s how you can follow throughout the week.

Rounds 1-2 — Thursday and Friday

Round starts: 7 a.m.

Featured groups: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. — PGA Tour Live

Live TV coverage: 2-6 p.m. on Golf Channel
Live stream online: 2-6 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free) and

Radio: Noon-6 p.m. on PGA Tour Radio

Rounds 3-4 — Saturday and Sunday

Round starts: 8 a.m.

Featured groups and holes: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. — PGA Tour Live
Early TV coverage: 12:30-2:30 p.m. on Golf Channel

Live TV coverage: 2:30-6 p.m. on NBC
Live simulcast: 2:30-6 p.m. on fuboTV (Try for free) and

Radio: 1-6 p.m. on PGA Tour Radio

There are no off weeks on the PGA Tour. A stop between a WGC and The Players Championship should include a weak field and not have as much juice as normal. Instead, this week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational includes multiple-time major winners and a healthy international contingent of Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup players. It’s headlined by 2018 champion Rory McIlroy, while he’s joined by an exciting cast of characters that will carry the tour into next week’s Players at TPC Sawgrass.

Let’s take a closer look at this week’s contest with odds and prop bets provided via William Hill Sportsbook.

Event information

What: Arnold Palmer Invitational
When: March 4-7
Where: Bay Hill Club and Lodge — Orlando, Florida

Three things to know

  1. Bryson driving 6? after trying to clear the lake from the tee box, but Daly was never as long as Bryson DeChambeau. I don’t think Bryson will go for the green on this par 5, but if he does, it will be must-see television. It’s also a hook for the bigger conversation about Bryson, which is how his insane length will help him at a place where he’s been incredibly successful over the past few years. Two top-five finishes in three appearances plus the extra power off the tee means he’s going to be a force this week.
  2. Stay hot, Hovland:If you haven’t been paying attention, Hovland is probably the best player in this field and maybe the best player in the world right now. Here are his strokes gained rankings of the players in this field for specific periods of time dating backward from right now.

He’s been beaten by 11 golfers in his last four tournaments and won just before that stretch started. Collin Morikawa has the trophies, but Hovland has been a more consistently good player across the board and has improved a lot in his short game over the last year. He went from -1 stroke per event in chipping and putting from March 2019-March 2020 to 0 strokes per event from March 2020-March 2021. That sounds like not very much, but for somebody of his caliber, one stroke across an event is a big deal.

  1. Players prep: This is primarily a Rory McIlroy story, but it’s not only a Rory McIlroy story. Rory will go to Sawgrass next week as the defending champion (from 2019), which is an odd thing, but he said last week at The Concession that his game is not really where he wants it to be right now.

There was signs that there’s some good stuff in there. I think, if anything, I felt good with the putter this week, changed from the spider back to the blade which felt good, which was nice. A little better off the tee as well. Wedges are good. It’s sort of when I get into 8-iron down to 4-iron is where I’m sort of struggling. Still got a little bit of work to do. I guess if I can come to a World Golf Championship with the best players in the world and not feel like I’m my best and still contend.

He’s not the only one with work to do. A hopefully tough Bay Hill (last year the winning score was 4 under!) will be good work for top players hoping to contend for a Players crown next weekend.

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With that said Hulu does carry NBC Sports Network which does air several Anaheim Ducks vs St. Louis Blues games this season.

Hulu only offers one live streaming TV package which is priced at $64.99/month. In addition to sports, Hulu + Live TV contains over 65 channels. Other popular channels offered by this service include Animal Planet, FX, National Geographic, History, USA, local channels, and more.

Watch Anaheim Ducks vs St. Louis Blues Live Stream With Sling TV

Sling TV is no longer a great option for Anaheim Ducks vs St. Louis Blues NHL games due to the loss of regional sports networks. However, just like Hulu, Sling TV does carry NBC Sports Network. Unlike cable or satellite TV, the service does not require a contract nor does it have any installation costs.

Currently, Sling TV offers regional sports networks for 2 NHL teams. The two teams available are the San Jose Sharks and Washington Capitals. Sling TV is one of two streaming services that offer NHL Network, so if you are looking for Anaheim Ducks vs St. Louis Blues games and national coverage of the week’s top matchups then this might be for you.

Sling TV offers the Sling Orange and Sling Blue plans. Both streaming plans cost $35/month or you can get Orange + Blue for $50/month. Most NHL fans are going to want the Blue plan. For an extra $10 you can sign-up for the Sports Extra add-on to get NHL Network. Sports Extra gives subscribers access to even more sports such as football, baseball, and basketball.

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The best end-to-end live streaming option for many fans is still The league’s streaming service remains price slashed for the NHL 2021 regular season due to its abbreviated form, with an All-Access Pass costing $99.99 and offering out-of-market coverage of every single team through this year’s playoffs and Stanley Cup. Alternatively, a Monthly Pass is $24.99 or a Single Team Pass is $84.99 for the year.

Just like other modern streaming services, there are also apps for Android and iOS mobile devices as well as on the likes of Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire, Xbox and Playstation.

Ducks vs Blues stream at NHL.TV With ESPN+

ESPN+ is a direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service from The Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International group in partnership with ESPN. The service is a great way to watch Anaheim Ducks vs St. Louis Blues games this season. ESPN+ is the exclusive home to Quest For The Stanley Cup and the nightly NHL highlights and discussion program, In The Crease.

Additionally, ESPN+ offers more than 180 regular-season NHL games as part of its regular subscription which costs $5.99/month or $59.99/annual. If you subscribe to Disney+ and/or Hulu you can bundle ESPN+, Disney+, and Hulu together for just $12.99/month.

Fans will also be able to purchase and watch the entire NHL.TV package as part of ESPN+ for an additional price of $24.99/month or $99.99/annually. You can also purchase a single team pass for $84.99/annually.

NHL.TV is a standalone streaming service that lets you Anaheim Ducks vs St. Louis Blues live stream every out-of-market NHL game. One of the major features is it allows you to watch up to four games at once, all season long. Additionally, you can choose not only from extra camera angles (two over-the-goal cameras, a zipline aerial cam, and the first-person ref cam) but also which audio hear: the television broadcast or the play-by-play for the team you’re cheering for. That’s in addition to an on-demand library of previous games and DVR capabilities that allow you to save, pause, and rewind as needed. Plus, it streams in 60 frames per second.

ESPN+ also offers live and on-demand coverage of MLB, MLS, UFC, college football, and several other popular sports. Watch ESPN’s original content such as Peyton’s Places, 30 For 30, E:60, and more.

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NHL is one of those sports that has a lot of blackout restrictions, especially for hockey cord-cutters. The good news is there is a way around these blackout restrictions for most of the services covered in this guide. The best way to do this is to pair NHL.TV with a VPN such as ExpressVPN.

Services like NHL.TV will blackout your local team. However, there is good news and that news is VPNs or Virtual Private Networks. VPNs help protect your Anaheim Ducks vs St. Louis Blues streaming data and viewing habits by encrypting it. Today’s VPNs are fast and inexpensive.

A VPN allows you to “mask” your IP address by connecting to a server in another location. If your local hockey team such as Anaheim Ducks vs St. Louis Blues those has blackouts then you simply connect to a different region that is able to show your team. You may also use a VPN to access RSNs in different geographical regions.

Our top-rated VPN is ExpressVPN. ExpressVPN is a fast, reliable, and inexpensive option to pair with your favorite streaming service. Plans begin as low as $8.32/month. We love ExpressVPN because it has the necessary speed required to route streaming video with little to no loss in quality. You can try ExpressVPN free for 30- days.

Ducks vs Blues Live in US

If you plan on watching your favorite hockey team compete in the 2021 NHL regular season, then you’ll need access to a number of different channels, including NBC, NBCSN, regional NBC and FOX sports networks (RSNs), NHL Network and NHL Center Ice.

If you’ve got cable, none of this will be a problem and you will likely be able to navigate to the relevant broadcaster’s website to get a live stream of their NHL coverage by logging in with details of your provider.

But if you’ve decided to cut the cord or that cable is just too pricey these days, then you’ll need a good over-the-top streaming service to take its place and provide access to the same channels.

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Of the many and varied options, we recommend fuboTV as the best option for most NHL fans.

It costs $64.99/month for its entry-level Family Plan, but that gets you 100+ channels and comes with everything hockey fans need. Plus, it offers everything NHL fans need in one place, not to deal with the hassle of multiple add-on packages.

– Get a 100% FREE FuboTV trial today

Watch Ducks vs Blues Live Stream without cable

If that seems a bit pricey to you, don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Or rather, Sling TV does.

A Sling TV Blue + Sports Extra subscription will get you access to nearly all the channels you need to watch the NHL online including NBC, NBCSN and NHL Network – though there’s no joy for those who need a Fox RSN for their local NHL coverage.

– Try a FREE SlingTV trial

How to watch Ducks vs Blues live stream online in Canada

Live stream 2021 NHL Regular Season games online in Canada will also be aired by TSN, TVA Sports, RDS and CBC.

If you’ve already cut the cord, you can still watch the bulk of the 2021 NHL. Sportsnet offers a streaming-only service, where the premium tier of the service most suitable. SN Now+, costs $9.99 a week, $27.99 per month or $20.83 per month with an annual pass. You can also sign up for regular SN Now for $19.99 per month or $16.67 per month with an annual pass – but regional blackouts do apply whereas SN Now+ only has limited blackouts.

You can also sign up for Canada’s equivalent. Currently, Early Bird Pass is available for CAD$159.99 nationally televised in Canada for Anaheim Ducks vs St. Louis Blues.

Ducks vs Blues live stream in UK

Unfortunately for hockey fans in the UK, there are no regular TV channels like BBC or Sky that show NHL games.

Instead, Premier Sports will be showing games throughout the new 2021 season. You can add Premier Sports to Sky, Virgin Media and Netgem TV packages. Subscribe to its streaming-only Premier Sports offering. It both cases, you’ll be looking at price plans from £9.99 a month for access to all Premier Sports channels.

UK pay TV channel BT Sport also has the rights to select NHL games each week through 2021, while for battle-hardened NHL fans wanting to watch regular coverage, is available in the UK – though it doesn’t have a region-specific website, you can pay via credit card and also PayPal.

Instead, you sign-up through the service’s US website and in dollars. Blackouts are limited to games aired by Premier Sports and BT Sport.

Ducks vs Blues live stream online 2021 ice hockey in Australia

For ice hockey, the most comprehensive way to get an Ducks vs Blues live stream in Australian.

It’s available Down Under, though as in some other countries you’ll have to sign up through the American version of the website and pricing will be in US dollars as a result (though you can pay via PayPal as well as credit card).

ESPN set to air select NHL games live in Oz. At Foxtel TV package, Kayo Sports is the dedicated sports streaming platform.

A favourite of cord-cutters in Australia, Kayo offers the NHL alongside its wide array of international sports coverage.

The streaming service has a Basic and a Premium plan, with the difference being you can watch on two devices with the Basic plan for $25 per month and on three devices with the Premium plan for $35 per month.

The best news? Both plans come with a FREE 14-day trial, so if you’re looking just to watch a specific game or two you can cancel after the 14 days.

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