The NHL has released a video of how to watch every game in a mobile media device.
The app is called NHL.tv, and it’s designed to be used on devices running iOS, Android, and Windows 10.
NHL.com/Mobile has the video, and the app is available for download in the App Store.
The video uses a custom app theme that includes the words, “Watch” and “Watch Everywhere.”
There are also two music and a video clips that play.
The NHL.TV app has no built-in NHL coverage in the United States.
It’s available on Android and Windows phones.
The official NHL app is in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
NHL officials said the app was designed to provide access to all 32 teams in a single, mobile-friendly place.
“This is an incredibly exciting time for fans across the country, and we look forward to showcasing all of the great content we’ve developed to date on the app,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said in a statement.
“Fans have the power to stream the entire 2017-18 regular season, and NHL.todays newest app is the first step in that process.
Fans can now experience the excitement of the playoffs at home with this innovative mobile experience.”
The video for the video clips shows the app launching in the background, and a small “Hockey” icon appears above the screen, which indicates you’re on the NHL.net homepage.
A small version of the app appears in the corner of the screen.
The game’s main feed is shown above the main feed, with more videos and information.
The mobile app lets users customize the experience by creating a “home screen,” which will appear in the top left corner of your screen.
You can then tap on the “live” option to watch all of a team’s games live in the app.
The team feed will then appear, along with information about the game and more games from the other teams, along the bottom of the main screen.
NHL Network is also available in the NHL app.
Fans of the NHL will be able to watch a replay of Game 1 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals on their smartphones or tablets.
The league announced the new video-streaming app earlier this week.