Stanley Cup Final Game 7 is Sportsnet’s Most-Watched Broadcast Ever

June 25, 2024 / Latest News

– 15 million Canadians watched the Florida Panthers win the Stanley Cup on Sportsnet  –
– Game 7 delivered the second most-watched NHL game ever in Canada*  –


June 25, 2024 – Sportsnet’s coverage of the Stanley Cup Final Game 7, which saw the Florida Panthers defeat the Edmonton Oilers 2-1 to capture its first championship in franchise history, delivered Sportsnet’s most-watched broadcast ever with an average minute audience of 7.55 million across Sportsnet, Citytv, and CBC. The broadcast is the second most-watched NHL game ever in Canada (*data since 2009).

Game 7 reached 15 million Canadians, or 39% of the population.

The broadcast is also the most-watched program ever on Sportsnet+, reaching 1.93 million streamers.

Prior to puck drop, Sportsnet’s Hockey Central pre-game show delivered an average audience of 4.1 million.

From April 20 to June 24, the Stanley Cup Playoffs on Sportsnet reached 25.4 million Canadians (66% of the population) and averaged 1.5 million viewers.

Source: Source: Numeris; Jun 24, 2024; Ind.2+; RSM channels; Total Canada. /  Numeris; Apr 20 – Jun 24, 2024; vs. 2023 SCP; Ind.2+; RSM channels; Total Canada.

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