Digital media provider NHL Game Center (www.nhl.com/gamecenter) is making it easy to watch the action live from home, with a new app available in the U.S. and Canada.
The app allows users to watch games on their smart TVs or mobile devices from the comfort of their living room.
For the first time, the app can stream games live on a television.NHL.com’s Ryan Lichtman reports on the latest news, analysis and analysis from around the NHL, including the latest from the NHL Players’ Association.
Nhl.ca has launched its first ever interactive NHL Game Centre, where users can find all the latest information and analysis in the game.
The app is available now in Canada and the U, and the NHLPA is working on making the app available across the league.
The NHL is planning to launch a digital subscription service for fans in 2019.
The service will be offered through NHL GameCenters, a separate subscription service the NHL is currently running.
NHL.com reported earlier this month that the service would launch in 2019 and offer the ability to watch live and archived games for the NHL Network.
The company also announced plans to release its new premium content for NHL Game Centers.
NHL Game Central, the live content channel, will launch in 2018 and features the NHL’s NHLPA and the players’ union.
The company also said it plans to offer digital content to subscribers in 2019, and will continue to invest in digital content.