The NHL announced Monday that its next-generation online platform will stream video content from more than 50 teams and teams will be able to watch and watch as many games live as possible via its new platform.
The platform, called NHL Live, will be available in select markets starting on Saturday, Nov. 19.
It will allow fans to stream games from anywhere on the planet, with the ability to watch as much as five hours of video at a time.
The NFL will launch its own version of the NHL Live app later this year.
The league has long supported its live streaming service, which has been available for a number of years on a variety of platforms.
However, its current live streaming platform was not available on the NHL Mobile app for mobile devices.
The new app will allow for more access to games, with users able to stream the entire 2016-17 regular season, and the playoffs as well.
The service will allow users to play, pause and rewind games as they wish.
This will allow the app to be more convenient and convenient for fans.
The NHL is also looking to stream at least two games from the first round of the playoffs, including games between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Boston Bruins, on Monday, Nov, 18.
This is part of a plan to have games streamed live in the U.S. and in Canada on the platform in time for the Stanley Cup Final on Sunday, Nov 25.
The next generation of NHL Live will allow teams and their players to use the service to watch their games, which could help fans get to the games quicker and easier.
This means more players on the ice, and more time for fans to catch the action.
There is no word on how many games will be streamed live, or when the NHL will be ready to stream those games.
The announcement comes after the NHL closed its doors on Oct. 31.
The company announced last week that it had signed a new two-year deal with a Canadian broadcaster, Rogers Communications.
The deal is worth $10 million per season, with an additional $5 million in cash incentives, including $5.5 million for each of the next two seasons.
The TV rights to the NHL games will go to Rogers, which will have a share of the league’s revenue.
In a statement Monday, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said the company was excited to have a new digital partner, Rogers, and that it is committed to its fans.
Bettman also said the league had “some interesting ideas for how to improve our games, including a number that we believe would enhance our fans’ experience.”
He said that this included bringing the NHL and NHL Mobile online in partnership with NHL GameCentre LIVE, which is an app that offers fans the ability watch live video from around the world.
Bettmen said he expects to announce those details soon.
The goal is to create a platform that fans can access and enjoy on any device they want, regardless of whether they are watching on the television, the web or mobile devices, Bettman added.
The move is a welcome one for NHL fans who have been frustrated by a lack of online availability in the past.
Bettmans predecessor, Brian Burke, was the last to take a big step toward a live stream platform with a deal with NBC Sports Network.
The plan was for the NHL to launch a live streaming app by the end of 2020.
Betts plan was delayed by the 2014 lockout, but it was eventually signed by Bettmans successor, Ted Leonsis.
Leonsi also made a commitment to bringing the league online in time to play the Stanley Cups Final on Dec. 31, 2020.
However that was never meant to happen, as the league announced the deal to Rogers was cancelled.