NHL Network is in the process of launching a new streaming video platform to bring the game to the next level: The Hockey News
NHL Network was one of the most talked about streaming services at the end of 2017, with some people speculating it could eventually reach the top of the charts.
However, its fate in 2018 has been a long time coming.
According to the NHL Network website, the company is now in the “early stages of development” and has a “very clear roadmap” to get its content online.
It says it has been working on “a new product for streaming, to bring a fresh, fast and personalized NHL experience to fans who have been waiting for the game, and for those looking to watch on mobile.”
The service will be called NHL.TV and it will be launching in 2018.
The NHL.tv app will allow users to stream video, audio and text from the NHL, and will be available on iOS, Android and Windows PCs.
The app will also include NHL.com content.
The app will include NHL team streams as well, and a “sports-first” look for fans who want to get the most out of the NHL app.
The apps will also have live video on demand, which means users will have the ability to view live feeds for their favorite teams as well as NHL-branded content.
This is just the beginning of the service.
According to a source close to the company, the team is working on adding “a bunch” of new features and features, but the team won’t announce the ones until the summer.
“We’re excited to finally share that we have the best, most advanced, most curated NHL app on the market,” the source said.