What ECHL Fans Need To Know About Their FloHockey Subscription

Allen Americans

Today, the ECHL and FloHockey announced a new partnership — bringing every single game to your fingertips. Below you can find out information on what exactly is included with your FloHockey subscription, how you can watch your favorite ECHL team, and much more. 

We can't wait for the season to begin.

What you get with your subscription 

With a FloHockey subscription, you'll be able to watch every single ECHL game — every team, home and away, regular season and postseason. Everything is included, live and on-demand.

In addition to the ECHL, FloHockey has current partnerships with the WCHA and Atlantic Hockey in the NCAA. 

And it doesn't stop there: your FloHockey subscription gives you access to the entire FloSports network. So whether you're into wrestling or jiu-jitsu, softball or cycling, or maybe something else, your subscription has you covered. To see the full list of sports we cover, go to FloSports.tv

In-depth content

FloHockey and the ECHL teaming up means a lot more than just live and on-demand hockey games all season long. We'll dive deep into the most compelling stories all year round, from preseason training camps and team previews to the Kelly Cup Playoffs — we'll be along for the entire ride. You can expect feature articles, recaps, video interviews, and much more.

How to watch on FloHockey

STREAMING: Watch the entire ECHL season right here on FloHockey.com. Every game, regular season and playoffs. It's all here. 

You can watch from your desktop, your phone, or another streaming device. 

ON YOUR TV: Now Available on Roku, Fire TV, Chromecast, and Apple TV.

CAST: Cast to your smart TV including Vizio, Samsung, and LG TVs.

ON THE GO: Download the FloSports app on iOS or Android.

Archived footage

All ECHL games will be available both live and on-demand after the event is over.

Join the conversation on social

Follow us on Twitter

Follow us on Instagram

Like us on Facebook

WCHA RinkRap: Minnesota State-Bemidji State & Immediate Transfer Impacts

Lutz / Minnesota State

An entertaining November weekend of WCHA hockey, complete with scoring stars, goaltending duels and a four-star highlight-reel goal, was brought to a screeching halt on Monday when Minnesota State canceled its game Monday at Bemidji following reports of positive COVID-19 tests amongst its players.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In

Coast To Coast: NHL CBA Issues, ECHL Opt-Outs & Long Island University

Brampton Beast

Coast to Coast is FloHockey’s bi-monthly, cohesive news on North American hockey and live-streaming partnerships.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In

Game 2 Of Minnesota State-Bemidji State Series Postponed

Minnesota State Athletics

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – Monday’s scheduled Minnesota State-Bemidji State non-conference game has been postponed due to positive COVID-19 tests within the Minnesota State program. No make-up date for today’s contest has been announced.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In

1-On-1 With Don Lucia After Alaska Anchorage Shutters Hockey Program

Alaska Anchorage

Hockey has always been part of the culture in the 48th state, whether it be in the hit film Mystery Alaska, its countless pickup games on all their frozen ponds and streams, or 40 years’ worth of varsity hockey on two NCAA campuses. Last week that number has shrunk to one, as Alaska Anchorage announced it had dropped its hockey program, ending a 41-year reign as a varsity sport. 

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In

Loh Of The Adirondack Thunder Prepares For The 'Upside-Down' Hockey Season

Alex Loh

A phone, a computer, a tireless work ethic and the ability to accept rejection are all Alex Loh, or any ECHL coach, needs to build a roster.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In

Spiros Anastas Prepares The Brampton Beast After Losses & During COVID-19

Anastas / Brampton Beast

Spiros Anastas is the head coach of a Canadian team.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In

The Mavericks & Beavers Are On A Superstar Goaltender Collision Course

McKay / Driscoll

Goaltending. 

It is by far the most important position in hockey. A star goalie carries significance comparable to an entire baseball pitching staff. The WCHA has two such aces: Minnesota State’s Dryden McKay and Zach Driscoll of Bemidji. McKay had the best statistics in college hockey last season, and he was a finalist for the Richter Award as well as a semifinalist for the Hobey Baker Award. Driscoll, a star in his own right, finished as a second-team All-WCHA selection behind McKay. McKay is this year’s projected WCHA player of the year; Driscoll finished fourth in the voting. 

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In

Pretenders, Contenders & Rear-Enders: The WCHA Squads Of Michigan

Mitens, Lake Superior State

Northern Michigan, Lake Superior State, and Ferris State have all enjoyed degrees of success this past decade: Ferris with three trips to the NCAAs (including a competitive NCAA title game in 2012); Northern Michigan with a return to 20-win seasons under Grant Potulny; and Lake Superior waking its echoes of dominance with a Great Lakes Invitational title and a 23-win season in 2019. 

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In

Scoring Threat Ross Olsson Plays 'In Your Face' For The Worcester Railers

Ross Olsson / Worcester Railers

Ross Olsson would seemingly be one of the last guys you’d expect to have a rather well-populated page on HockeyFights.com.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In

Atlantic Hockey Previews: AIC Loses Historic Group, Robert Morris Reloads

AIC Hockey

AIC has been crowned Atlantic Hockey regular season champions in each of the past two seasons and endured an incredible run into the second round of the NCAA tournament two years ago. This season, the Yellow Jackets look to replace players that have solidified their name in AIC history books. While there are large skates to fill, the Yellow Jackets return talent and depth from their 20-win season in 2019-20. 

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber? Log In