Looks like your location has changed.
This means services like NHL.tv and MLB.tv won't load or work properly.
You'll have to update your location if you want to use these services on this network.
Unfortunately there are no DNS options on the Roku itself. The DNS will have to be setup on your router. We're not sure why Roku opted-out from having this feature, it's literally the only device that doesn't have it.
Some newer Roku models force themselves to use Google's DNS. If you're still getting blackouts on your Roku, you'll need to disable Google's DNS on your router. Here are instructions on how to do that.
If you're up for giving it a shot, while instructions vary from router to router, for the most part they are very similar. Although maybe not identical, you should be able to follow these instructions for your make and model.
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