• July 11, 2021

Fox Sports to stream MLB, NHL, NBA games on NFL Network

Fox Sports will stream a mix of Major League Baseball, NHL and NBA games this season, starting with Thursday night’s game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the New York Rangers.

The network will be streaming the Toronto-St. Louis game live, as well as other games beginning at 5 p.m.

ET, Thursday.

The network will also be streaming a game on Thursday night between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Boston Bruins.

The NHL will stream the game in its entirety, with coverage beginning at 8 p.t. and concluding at 11 p.i. for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The NHL will also stream the Carolina Hurricanes-Washington Capitals game at 3 p.d. for its Friday night lineup.

Fox Sports’ NHL lineup will debut in a three-hour Thursday night slot beginning at 6 p.s.

The Thursday night game will also air on ESPN.

The game is scheduled to air on Friday at 10 p.a. in prime time.

The Chicago-Boston game will air on Saturday at 10:30 p.p. and will be streamed in its entire 30-minute window.

The NBA schedule for the season includes a Thursday night matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Denver Nuggets, as the team is looking to rebound from its season-ending loss to the New Orleans Pelicans.

Fox Sports also will stream Thursday night games in the NHL, and Friday’s game will be on ESPN2.

The NBA will be showing games on Thursday and Friday, as will the NBA Finals on ESPNU.

Fox has the first NBA schedule to air this season.

The league has had its first two seasons broadcast live on Fox Sports since 2013, when the league first streamed the Boston Celtics and New York Knicks games.

The first two games aired on FOX Sports1, and Fox Sports 2 was first to carry the 2017 Celtics-Celtics and Cavs-Knicks games, but both games have since been rebroadcasted on FoxSports Go.

Fox also is the first network to carry all three major college football conferences, and will debut the SEC Championship Game on Saturday night.

Fox’s slate of live college football games starts with the Alabama-Tennessee State game at 8:30 a.m., with the SEC’s home opener at 10 a.p., followed by the Clemson-Florida State game and the Miami-Ohio State game.

The SEC Network will air the ACC championship game live at 6:30, followed by Alabama-Clemson at 7:30 and Florida State-Miami at 8.

FoxSports1 will air all of the ACC’s games live.

Fox will also televise the Notre Dame-Florida-USC game at 7 p.