Last April, I ditched my cable subscription out of curiosity. Could the average sports fan still have a satisfactory television experience with an over-the-air antenna, broadband service and apps? More than a year later, the most honest answer I can give is: kinda.

There are tradeoffs. Over-the-air antennas are at mercy of mother nature and sometimes you have to get creative to watch your favorite teams over the internet, but it won’t take long getting used to a new normal if the goal is to save money.

The average sports fan can stuff their face with NFL and college football without cable. March Madness and the NBA playoffs are accessible without a channel bundle. And thanks to a new deal between FOX Sports and the NHL, local hockey fans now have options.

According to the Sports Business Journal, the NHL will allow FOX Sports regional networks to stream games in their local markets. The deal will make Carolina Hurricanes games on FOX Sports Carolinas accessible through the FOX Sports Go app, which requires “TV Everywhere” authentication from a cable or satellite subscription.

Fans could technically dip their toes into the ethically murky waters of borrowing login information from friends and family to gain FOX Sports Go access, but the new deal will lift blackout restrictions for Sling TV and Playstation Vue users.

Sling TV recently introduced a beta bundle of 30+ channels that includes FOX’s regional sports channels for $20 a month. The service is available on just about every device capable of streaming, including Apple TV.

PlayStation Vue offers a “core slim” bundle of 70 channels, including regional sports networks, for $35 a month. The service is available on PlayStation consoles, Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire devices and Apple’s iPhone and iPad.

Both AT&T and Hulu will offer similar “over the top” internet streaming services later this year or early 2017, giving fans more options to explore.