The NHL is bringing back the Open Broadcast Channel, which has been available on television for years now.
The channel has seen its share of delays, but the NHL says the move is all part of the business model of the league.
The network will bring fans the best of the NHL, and the game itself, in the same format.
Here’s how the network will work: On a regular-season schedule, every game will be shown on the OBD.
It’s the same TV broadcast that’s currently available to the NHL’s owners, but it’s all now available for free.
You’ll also be able to watch games on-demand, with all the highlights and exclusive content that comes with that.
The team is also partnering with other digital services to bring the channel to fans who aren’t part of cable or satellite TV.
The NFL is still the biggest digital-first sports network, but that’s not necessarily the case for the NHL.
The league has launched a new streaming-only channel, and fans can watch games from any device.
There’s also a separate channel for the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament, and an official hockey channel that will also include game highlights and video clips from the NHLPA’s Player’s Tribune.
The new network is expected to launch sometime in 2018, with a debut date in 2019.
The OBD has been a mainstay for the league for a while now, but there’s always been an interesting twist to its programming.
In the early days, the league was offering a full season of games on a dedicated channel, but now that’s changed to a two-hour window per night instead of a full slate.
Now fans can stream the games in either two-part or three-part segments, and they can also access highlights from each segment at the same time.
There are also live streaming options that let fans see the highlights on the schedule, and all of the action is available via video.
And the network has been working on a new video app, but for now it’s only available on the Roku app.
There aren’t many details available about the network at this time, but with the NHL bringing back its original sports network for free, it’s a solid bet that fans will be able grab a few games and stay up to date.
And, as we’ve written previously, the NHL can be a very busy company, with more than 60 teams competing for the Stanley Cup this season.
So there’s plenty to look forward to when it launches the channel in 2019, but we’ll be there to report back as soon as we can.