The NHL is using its virtual event system to create an interactive game that will allow fans to follow along with games as they happen.
The new service will allow viewers to watch live, prerecorded events like a game, trade deadline or pre-game skate, along with an on-ice version of the game.
The league has not announced when the virtual event service will launch or how many fans can be invited to the games, but it will be a game changer for fans who love video games.
For example, you can watch a live NHL game from your mobile phone and see the live feed of the player and the team, the league said.
It will also give you a chance to ask questions about the game on Twitter and Instagram and follow along as players take the ice during a game.
There will also be a live blog and a live Twitter feed of players.
The service will be available in 2018 and will allow players to create their own custom games, with a goal of allowing fans to see how they play the game and how they can improve it.
The service will also let fans watch the game from the sidelines, but will be able to see and play live video of players on the ice.
The NHL is also introducing a new app for the app, called the Hockey App, that will be similar to the NHL Mobile app, which will allow people to watch the games from their phone and view highlights on the NHL website.
The app will allow NHL players to share their stories on the app in real time, and will provide a link to social media sites for fans to watch replays of games from a mobile device.
It also will let fans follow the team’s on-court action on the Hockey Center app.
The Hockey Center will be the league’s new online home for game videos, including live highlights and player stats, and a video section that includes highlights of the past two games.
The new app will launch in the fall.