The 2021 IIHF World Championship continues in the quarter-finals on Thursday 3 June (3, 21 June), with the United States facing Slovakia, Switzerland, Germany, Russia, Canada, Finland and the Czech Republic.
Fans can watch most of the quiz games for free with a trial version of the game fuboTV.
Here is a breakdown of the IIHF World Cup quarter-finals in 2021 and also where to watch each match (all eastern start times):
Thursday 3 June
Slovakia – United States, 9:15, NHL Network (fuboTV)
Switzerland and Germany, 9:15, unavailable
Russia v Canada, 13:15, NHL Network (fuboTV)
Finland – Czech Republic, 13:15, NA
Saturday 5 June
Semifinal 1, 7:15, NHL Network (fuboTV)
Semifinals 2, 11:15, NHL Network (fuboTV)
3rd place game
Sunday 6 June
Semi-Final Losers, 15:00, NHL Network (fuboTV)
Sunday 6 June
Semi-Final Winners, 15:00, NHL Network (fuboTV)
What is that fuboTV?
fuboTV It is an online live TV service that offers more than 100 live TV channels such as ESPN, NFL Network, beIN Sports, news, entertainment and other local channels. It also offers DVR storage and is designed for people who want to cut the cable but still don’t want to miss watching live TV and their favorite sports.
How much is it fuboTV costs?
The cheapest option is a $64.99 family package that includes 120 channels and 250 hours of DVR space and can be used on three screens simultaneously.
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