2023 Esso Cup

Esso Cup | Livestream Information and FAQ

Tune in to watch the top six U18 Women’s Hockey teams in Canada compete for the Esso Cup.

The 2023 Esso Cup takes place April 23-29 in Prince Albert, SK., and features top talent from the Pacific, West, Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic regions of Canada, hosted by the Prince Albert Bears.

For only $9.99 CAD per game, you will be immersed in a high-quality viewing experience, featuring:

  • multiple camera views,
  • play-by-play announcers
  • instant and slow motion replay
  • player and coach interviews

Your purchase will be available to watch for 48hrs after the start of the game.

To purchase, you must first create an account and ensure you are logged in to watch.

Get your individual livestream passes now!

Having trouble? - Please ensure you have created an account and are logged in. Only one person can be logged in at a time to view the livestream, so please do not share your login information.

Also, please check to make sure you have a reliable internet connection – a minimum download speed of 5-10MB is recommended.

If you are having trouble with livestreaming, please contact us at livestream@hockeycanada.ca.


FAQ

Q: When is the 2023 Esso Cup?
A: The tournament is scheduled for April 23-29 in Prince, Albert Saskatchewan.

Q: Where can I watch the Esso Cup?
A: Livestreamed game will be available at video.hockeycanada.ca. You will need to first create an account and then log in to watch.

Q: How can I watch the 2023 Esso Cup?
All preliminary round games and the bronze medal game will be livestreamed at video.hockeycanada.ca. TSN and RDS, the official broadcast partners of Hockey Canada, will broadcast the gold medal game.

Q: How do I get notified about an event being livestreamed?
A: Sign up to become a Hockey Canada Insider to be the first to know about games that are being livestreamed and receive exclusive benefits.

Q: How much does it cost to livestream Esso Cup games?
A: You can livestream games for $9.99 CAD.

Q: What should I do if I’m having trouble accessing the livestream?
A: Please ensure you have created an account and are logged in. Only one person can be logged in at a time to view the livestream, so please do not share your login information. Also, please check to make sure you have a reliable internet connection – a minimum download speed of 5-10MB is recommended.

Q: Who do I contact if I am still having trouble with livestreaming?
A: If you are having trouble with livestreaming, please contact us at livestream@hockeycanada.ca.

Q: What language is the 2023 Esso Cup livestream coverage in?
A: All games will be livestreamed in English.

Q: Will all games at the 2023 Esso Cup be available for livestreaming?
A: All preliminary round games and the bronze medal game on April 30 will be livestreamed at video.hockeycanada.ca. TSN and RDS, the official broadcast partners of Hockey Canada, will broadcast the gold medal game.

Q: When will be the next time I can livestream an event?
A: Hockey Canada’s spring national championships will all be livestreamed:

  • Men’s U18 National Club Championship: April 24-30 in Saint-Hyacinthe, Que.
  • Esso Cup: April 23-29 in Prince Albert, Sask.
  • Centennial Cup: May 11-21 in Portage la Prairie, Man.
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