The NHL has been working on its new streaming and video streaming service, which will be called NHL Live, since March of 2018.
NHL Live will be streamed on NHL.com and NHL Mobile, which also has a separate app for iOS and Android devices.
While most NHL fans are familiar with the NHL on NBC Sports Network (NHL.
Nets), there are also plenty of other live streaming platforms available.
The NHL app will be able to play games from nearly any location in the world, and the app will also be able stream the entire season from the same location, with access to every single game on the schedule.
The goal is to make the experience seamless for fans, allowing them to quickly switch between live streams and other channels for games they want to watch.
The NHL will also stream games live on NHL Central, the league’s live online broadcast network.
The broadcast will be available in more than 50 countries, and will be cross-platform, which means fans can watch a game from across the globe and easily switch to the live stream of a different country.
In addition, NHL Live users will be rewarded with exclusive, in-game prizes, including a chance to win an exclusive season ticket for a particular team.
The NHL is also looking to bring the league closer to its core fan base.
“We’re really excited to bring our hockey to our fans across the world,” NHL CEO Gary Bettman said in a statement.
“We are committed to giving our fans a seamless experience with their favorite teams, and we’re excited to see how the NHL Live app and our live streaming platform will work with our fans.”
For more information about the NHL’s new streaming service and other ways to watch games live, visit the NHL.ca.