The NHL announced Wednesday that its free live streaming service will be available to fans through the end of the season, with the NHL All-Star Game to be played in New York City in 2019.
The NHL will also be showing off the All-Stars at the 2016 Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
“The NHL Free TV Service is an all-access digital offering that offers fans the ability to access their favorite teams and games at any time, wherever they are, at any price,” the league said in a statement.
“For the first time, fans can access their favorites in the comfort of their own home and at no additional cost.
It’s our hope that fans of the league’s great players and teams will use the service to access and enjoy all of their favorite games and experiences in one place.”
For fans in Canada, the NHL will be streaming all five All-star games live on its website.
The All-American game is scheduled to be broadcast on Sunday, March 1, with Game 1 scheduled to take place at 9 p.m.
ET, and Game 2 scheduled to air at 9:30 p.t.
The game will be streamed on the NHL Network, which will also feature exclusive content.
The league also announced that it will be showing the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs on its new app, as well as a season-long subscription to the NHL GameCenter app.
The NHL also announced a new season-ticket base for the 2018-19 season that is set to go live for the 2017-2018 season.
This will include a new, $99 season-premium plan with access to a new suite of premium seating and access to an upgraded video board.
The new suite is designed to provide the best of both worlds for fans, and includes a premium suite with access for premium content, a suite with premium sound and the ability for fans to add the league-sanctioned “C-Series” to their suite.
The 2018-2019 season-opener will be broadcast live on NBCSN in New Orleans on March 6.
The team also announced its full-season TV schedule for the 2019-2020 season.
The 2016-17 season will be its first with a new uniform and will feature the NHL’s first ever “Hockey Mom” series, as the NHL unveiled the uniforms for the upcoming season.
The “Mom” series will air on NBC, following the team’s home opener on Jan. 10.
The New York Islanders and Washington Capitals will return to New York for their home opener against the Islanders on Feb. 23.
Both teams will be playing for the first-ever Presidents’ Trophy on the ice on Feb 25 against the New York Rangers.
The first game will air live on MSG Network.
The Chicago Blackhawks, New York Mets and Pittsburgh Penguins will join the league in 2019-20.
The 2018-20 season will feature eight home games and four away games, with four of the games taking place at home.
The home opener for each team will be played at Yankee Stadium in New Jersey.
The Winnipeg Jets will play in New England in 2019, and the NHL announced the 2019 All-NHL teams on Wednesday.
The Washington Capitals, Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Pirates will join in 2019 as well.