St. Louis Blues’ Stanley Cup Finals Game 7 Win Is NHL’s Most-Watched Game Ever

Update, June 13, 2019 at 1:33 p.m. Pt: The viewers have been tallied, and the St. Louis Blue’s Stanley Cup Finals Game 7 win is officially the NHL’s most-watched game ever.

Wednesday’s contest drew 8.914 million total viewers on NBC and streaming. On TV online, the game got 8.723 million viewers, which still easily tops the previous record of 8.537 million viewers. That one was set in 2011, when last night’s losing team the Boston Bruins faced off with the Vancouver Canucks in another Game 7.

Blues-Bruins Game 7 was the most-streamed NHL gave ever, with an average minute audience (Ama) of 191,500 viewers.

Viewership records date back to 1994, when streaming was (obviously) not an option.

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Previously, June 13, 2019 at 7:55 a.m. Pt:

Wednesday’s Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals handed Lord Stanley’s trophy to the St. Louis Blues,

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