Flames vs Predators live stream: what channel is the game on, how to watch it via online live stream


ESPN+ will host Tuesday’s game between the Calgary Flames and Nashville Predators. The puck drop is scheduled for 8:07 p.m. ET at Bridgestone Arena in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Sportsnet West is the local broadcast for the Flames, and Bally Sports South will have local coverage for the Predators.

The Calgary Flames (46-20-9) will likely have won the Pacific Division when they travel to Nashville for the second half of a straight streak. That makes this game even more interesting because there are four teams that could potentially become the Flames’ first-round opponent in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and Nashville is one of them. Calgary will face Nashville twice in the space of a week, and the Flames will have a great opportunity to manipulate playoff seedings based on the results of those two games.

Calgary is 6-3-1 in its last 10 games and its +80 goal differential is third in the NHL. Johnny Gaudreau (36 G, 69 A) is on course to have over 110 points and have one of the five best offensive seasons for an American-born player in the NHL. Gaudreau has 26 points (9 G, 17 A) over the last 15 games. Matthew Tkachuk (39 G, 57 A) is four points away from being the 23rd American-born player to reach 100 points in a single season. The Flames are a decent-sized favorite (-145) despite finishing a straight game

If the Nashville Predators (43-28-5) want to retain one of those wildcard spots, they’ll have to go through the best of the NHL to get there. Two of the Predators’ last six games have been against Pacific Division leaders Calgary, with games against the Tampa Bay Lightning, Minnesota Wild and Colorado Avalanche. If Nashville survives those five games, it will end the season with a layup against the Arizona Coyotes. The Predators need to be better than they were Sunday in an 8-3 loss to the St. Louis Blues. Defender Roman Josi (20 G, 68 A) and winger Filip Forsberg (38 G, 37 A) will have to play at a high level from here.

Flames against predators

Start time: 8 p.m. ET
Local spread of flames: Sportsnet West
Local Predator Show: Bally Sports South
Direct: WatchESPN, ESPN app with ESPN+.
Moneyline Odds: Flames (-145), Predators (+125)

If you’re not around a TV to watch this NHL game, you can stream the game via ESPN+. But keep in mind that you will need a subscription. You can subscribe to ESPN+ on the ESPN website, where you can get access for $5.99 per month.


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