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Ice hockey world championships in 2023: How and where to watch live streams, and more

The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) annually hosts an international ice hockey competition known as the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship. It comprises international national teams vying to win the title of world champion. The competition presents top-tier ice hockey talent and offers nations a stage to express their prowess and enthusiasm for the game.

One of the most anticipated games will feature an exciting matchup between the USA and Germany. Ice hockey lovers are in for a treat as the best teams from across the world compete for glory in the 2023 IIHF World Championship, which is currently underway. Fans should anticipate a strong rivalry with aggressive play, deft moves, and lots of goals because both clubs are desperate to secure a spot in the standings.

USA vs. Germany, Group A Ice hockey world championships Match Details 2023 


United States vs. Germany

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May 15, 2023


Nokia Arena

Time (USA Central Time)

8:20 AM

Time (Germany)

3:20 PM

USA vs. Germany How to watch live streaming?

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The match, as well as a few pool play games, Team USA games, and both the semifinal and medal games, will be aired for American audiences on TSN and NHL Network. NHL Network can be viewed for free on Fubo for cord-cutters.

On the other side, German viewers can watch the action live on Eishockey-magazin.de and Sport1 Germany, as well as on Magenta Sport and Sport1 Germany.

Channel Listing Germany vs USA

The 2023 IIHF World Championship will be broadcast on TSN and the NHL Network in North America.

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NHL Network will broadcast all games involving Team USA and a few additional pool play matches in the United States. Both medal games and semifinals will be broadcast on the network.

  1. For viewers in the United States:
  • TV channel (U.S.): NHL Network
  • Live stream (U.S.): Fubo (free trial), ESPN+

2. For viewers in Canada:

  • TV channel (Canada): TSN, RDS
  • Live stream (Canada): TSN.ca, TSN app
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