Penguins vs. Rangers, Game 4 Live Stream: How to Watch Online

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The Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers return to the ice for Game 4 on Thursday night. (Getty)

The Pittsburgh Penguins played some pretty darn good defense on Tuesday night. And it gave them control of the series.

Pittsburgh gave up just 17 shots on goal en route to a 3-1 victory over the New York Rangers in Game 3, grabbing some much-needed momentum in the postseason rivalry tilt.

As if that weren’t enough, Pens standout Kris Letang avoided suspension after hitting New York’s Viktor Stalberg so hard he reportedly knocked out three of his teeth. Letang was a key part of Pittsburgh’s defensive presence in the win and his return for Game 4 is a big cushion for the squad as it looks to take a strong hold on the series.

Puck drop for the rivalry matchup is slated for 7 p.m. ET and is being nationally broadcast on CNBC. Don’t worry if you wont’ be near a TV though. We’ve got ways to stream the game online and on mobile:


If You’re in the United States & Have a Cable or Satellite Subscription That Includes NBC Sports

On the Web:

If you have access to a cable or satellite log-in, you can watch the game online for free via NBC Sports Live Extra. You will need the username and password for a cable or satellite subscription to authenticate the stream. The site’s frequently asked questions page has a rundown of technical requirements and other information.

With an App:

If you have access to a cable or satellite log-in and you’re looking to stream the game on a tablet or connected TV, you can do so via the NBC Sports Live Extra App, which you can download in the App Store or the Google Play Store. As is the case with desktop, you will need a username and password for a cable subscription to authenticate the stream.


If You’re in Canada & Have a Cable or Satellite Subscription That Includes Rogers SportsNet

On the Web:

If you have access to a cable or satellite log-in, you can watch the game online for free via Rogers SportsNet. You will need the username and password for a cable or satellite subscription to authenticate the stream. The site’s frequently asked questions page has a rundown of technical requirements and other information.


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