How to watch a live game online with Google+ and the NHL.
Posted by NHL.com on March 23, 2020 08:04:55 The NHL is rolling out a new technology to stream all games from your Google+ account online.
You can watch the game from your Android phone or tablet, with no cable or satellite subscription required.
The service will be available in the United States beginning on March 25.
Google is rolling this out as a pilot program with 30 teams across the NHL and is working with the NHL Players Association to make sure all of their teams are included.
In fact, the NHL will have two teams with this service in the playoffs and one in the Stanley Cup Final, which is scheduled to begin in 2019.
“We’re working closely with the Players Association and the NFLPA to ensure that the technology works with all 30 NHL teams,” said Brian McTavish, NHL vice president of hockey operations.
The company said it’s partnering with NBC Sports, the NFL Network, NBC Sports GO and CBS Sports to ensure the availability of this service.
It also said it is working to launch the service in other countries, such as China.
“Our fans love to watch games live on their mobile devices, and this new technology will allow us to deliver a high-quality, affordable, and engaging experience that fans are looking for,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said.
“We are proud to partner with Google to deliver the best available technology for fans to watch the games live and in HD, which makes us more popular than ever.”
This is the latest move by the NHL in an effort to improve the experience of fans watching live sports.
The NHL announced this week that the league will start allowing fans to stream their games via Google+.
This will allow fans to access live and archived replays, which can be viewed on mobile devices or desktop computers.
In the same time frame, the league is also bringing a new feature called “Playback Mode,” which will allow users to replay a game using the NHL app, instead of having to go to the live stream.
The app can also show players from their previous games, as well as the last five minutes of their games.
The goal is to provide a better, more personalized experience for fans who love watching games on their phone or computer.
The NHL said it will launch the Google+ Live Stream service on March 18.