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The NHL’s NHL Network is finally getting an official home on Facebook, and it’s looking like it’ll be a lot of fun.
The NHL Network will be the only online video service to offer the full NHL schedule for all 28 teams, as well as exclusive content that will allow fans to experience every game live.
The NHL is using a new service called NHL Network, which is part of a $2.2 billion deal between Comcast, the cable operator, and Time Warner.
The NHL has been looking for a way to get more people to subscribe to its games, and the service will give fans an opportunity to watch the games in real-time, as opposed to having to download a separate app.
It’s also the first service to provide fans with a complete, on-demand schedule for the NHL.
There’s no word on exactly how much the service costs, but it’s expected to cost between $25 and $35 a month depending on the region.
That includes access to all of the games as well the first round of the playoffs.
The full schedule is available to fans through the NHL Network’s dedicated app, which will be available on iOS and Android devices.
For now, fans can watch the entire season on the web or on Roku and Chromecast devices.
But the NHL will soon launch a standalone app, and that will also offer a similar experience to the NHL’s website.
There’s not much else yet to report on the NHL, which has had its schedule teased for a while now.
A full list of games on the schedule will be released sometime this week, and we’ll keep you posted as we hear more about the new service.