Watch Finland Vs United States Live Streaming & Scores – Ice Hockey World Championship 2022 Semi Finals

IIHF Men's World Championship 2022 
Quarter Finals
Date : 13 to 29 May. 2022  
Venue : Finland  
Teams : 16  
Watch Free : TSN [ Canada ], Sling TV/Fubo TV/ESPN + [US] 
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IIHF Men’s World Championship Quarter Finals 2022 will be held on 26 May, 2022 in Finland. Are you a big fans of Ice Hockey and want to watch your favourite players live, you are coming at the right place. Check the full info about the IIHF Men’s WC [ Semi Finals] 2022 live free anywhere & Watch Finland Vs United States Streaming [IIHF WC Semi Finals] on NHL Network, Fubo TV, ESPN + And More

Finland Vs United States will be held
on 28 May, 2022
in Tempere
at 14:20 Finland local time.

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Stream the IIHF World Championship Semi Finals Games on the TSN (Canada)

Price: Free

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The CBC is one of the official broadcasters in Canada for the IIHF World Championship. Be sure to check with the CBC’s schedule to know when to tune in. Signing up is painless.

Live stream the IIHF World Championship Semi Finals on 7plus (Australia)

Price: Free

The Australian streaming service 7plus recently added the IIHF World Championship Channel to its channel lineup. On 7plus, you can catch various sports during the Ice hockey Winter Olympics. And it’s completely free.

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Watch Ice hockey IIHF 2022 WC Semi Finals streams on TVNZ (NZ)

Price: Free

Channels: TVNZ 1

TVNZ will be airing the 2022 IIHF World Championship ice hockey in New Zealand, providing 12 hours of free-to-air coverage each afternoon and evening during the event. For the start time of the broadcasts, check the TVNZ TV Guide.

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Watch IIHF World Championship Semi Finals streams on Sportsnet (Canada)

Price: 10 CAD and up

Sportsnet in Canada also holds broadcasting rights for the IIHF World Championship . Sportsnet offers two subscription plans: SN Now (20 CAD/month) and SN Now+ (7-Day Pass for 10 CAD, monthly subscription for 28 CAD/month, or Annual Pass for 20.83 CAD/month).

When is the opening ceremony?

The Ice hockey IIHF World Championship Games officially begin on 13-29 May 2022. You can watch the IIHF WC 2022 Opening Ceremony live anywhere.

Channels Broadcasting IIHF World Championship Semi Finals ice hockey Live Stream Online

Apart from the countries and their channels mentioned above, you may be wondering about other regions and their official broadcasters for the Ice hockey IIHF World Championship 2022.

The Winter Olympics is a great deal around the globe, and you are not alone to be excited for the games to begin. This should explain why there are so many broadcasters, as well. To verify whether your country is listed, take a look at these countries and their official broadcaster for the 2022 IIHF World Championship:

  • Brazil – GloboTV
  • Finland – Yle
  • India – Sony Liv
  • China – CCTV
  • Ireland – RTE
  • Korea – SBS
  • New Zealand – Sky NZ
  • MENA – beIN Sports
  • Germany – ARD

The Complete Guide to Watch Live IIHF WC 2022 Without Cable

As long as you have access to a decent WiFi connection, you can watch games as the action unfolds using a variety of   services, such as YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, and ESPN+. Let’s run through the best options for cord cutters looking to watch live sports.

Before making a commitment to any live streaming service, make sure you’ll be able to see the games you want in   your region. A quick internet search of your team’s broadcasting schedule for the season should give you an idea of what networks show the team’s games.

After you know which networks  you’re looking for, you can check which streaming services offer those networks. However, it’s important to research the blackout restrictions in your area, as some live streaming services may limit their broadcasts based on region.

Local networks

Big networks like ABC, CBS, FOX and   NBC have local affiliates that are region-specific. These local networks air   plenty of live games from pro leagues like the NFL, NBA, MLB, and NHL. You can also find a good amount of college games on local networks.

To watch a local network in your area, you may only need a digital TV antenna. However, some live streaming   services, such as Sling TV and YouTube TV, offer subscribers access to local networks through their service.


A sports-focused service, fuboTV   broadcasts more than 30,000 live sporting events annually — some are even   shown in 4K. From $64.99/mo., you’ll have access to local networks like CBS   and FOX and regional sports networks from NBC, AT&T, MSG, NESN, SNY, and   Marquee. Major names like FS1 and pro channels like NFL Network are also   included in the Starter package.

If you want the broadcast range of  sports channels, you’ll have to upgrade to fuboTV’s $85/mo. Ultra plan. This   includes premium extras like NBA TV, NHL Network, and MLB Network. There’s a  range of channel add-ons to invest in, too, from the $11/mo. Sports Plus with NFL Redzone to the $7/mo. International Sports Plus. Subscribers can record up to 250 hours of content for free and restart select live events, so you never have to miss the beginning of a game again. All plans currently come   with a free trial.

Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV carries more than 15   sports networks. Big names like ESPN and FS1 are on the list along with   national channels such as CBS. That means you can watch live games from the   NBA, NHL, MLB, and more. Regional sports networks like YES Network are   available in certain areas, but Hulu + Live TV does offer widespread local   coverage from ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC.

The one big thing the service is   missing is pro networks. Right now, there’s no way to watch the likes of NBA   TV or NFL Network. A lack of sports add-ons also means you may struggle to   stay in the loop with out-of-market teams. A Hulu + Live TV subscription   costs $65/mo. and comes with a free trial. You’ll also get access to Hulu’s   impressive on-demand catalog and 50 hours of cloud DVR storage.

Sling TV

Sling’s $35/mo. Orange plan comes   with ESPN and TNT, and the $35/mo. Blue plan has FOX, FS1, and NBC Sports   Network. Combine the two for $50/mo. for a long list of pro networks,   including MLB Network, NBA TV, and NHL Network, and invest in the Sports   Extra add-on for a further $10/mo. Sling TV doesn’t usually offer free   trials, but you can currently enjoy 14 days for free. Sling Blue and Sling   Orange both include 50 hours of DVR storage.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV is one of the best   all-around streaming services for sports fans. Get access to the four biggest   local networks — ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC — along with national coverage from   the likes of ESPN, TBS, and TNT. Popular networks like CBS Sports Network and   FS1 are part of the package too. So are league-specific channels like the NFL   Network, the MLB Network and NBA TV. NHL Network is missing from the line-up,   but you can add FOX Soccer Plus and NBA League Pass for additional monthly   fees. If you’re a regional sports-lover, you can watch broadcasts from FOX  and NBC channels.

Costing $65/mo., YouTube TV is one   of the few services to include unlimited DVR storage. Plus, YouTube TV   features a deal where you can try all of its sporting goodness for 14 days   without paying a single dollar.


ESPN+ is one of the newer options   for live sports streaming. It’s important to note that ESPN+ is a separate   service from the regular ESPN network. While ESPN+ may air some regular ESPN   programming, subscribers should not expect the same live game coverage that   ESPN broadcasts. Instead, ESPN+ includes a variety of live and on-demand   sports-related programming.

ESPN+ shows live games of pro   baseball, soccer, tennis, golf, and more. You can also catch college games on   ESPN+. But you can’t choose which teams or games you want to watch, and there   is no live NFL or NBA coverage. You can buy ESPN+ for $7/mo. or $70/yr. ESPN+   does not currently offer a free trial, but if you bundle ESPN+ with Disney+   and Hulu, you can get a discount on all 3 subscriptions.