Fanatics sponsors National Hockey League NEW YORK -- The National Hockey League (NHL) and Fanatics, Inc. (Fanatics) jointly announced today a significant long-term agreement that expands the scale and scope of Fanatics' relationship with the League. As part of the new agreement, Fanatics will now be the official manufacturer of a broad range of NHL® apparel and headwear, including replica jerseys, as well as hot market merchandise for the Stanley Cup® Playoffs and Final all starting with the 2017-18 NHL season.
Twitter sponsors National Hockey League SAN FRANCISCO, July 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Twitter today announced it will live stream weekly out-of-market games from Major League Baseball (MLB) and the National Hockey League (NHL). 120 Sports, the OTT network, will also produce an exclusive, nightly multi-sports highlights show called 'The Rally', the first show of its kind to be streamed live on Twitter. The MLB, NHL, and 120 Sports streaming rights come through Twitter's new partnership with MLBAM.
Yahoo! signs deal with National Hockey League Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO) and the National Hockey League (NHL®) today announced a strategic alliance to deliver premium sports content to Yahoo Sports’ millions of users. Now fans can access live, out-of-market NHL games for free on Yahoo, throughout the week, no cable subscription or authentication required. Yahoo will offer unique advertising opportunities for brands to connect with their audiences, alongside and within this live and on-demand sports contents.
SAP sponsors National Hockey League The league will name the company its official cloud software provider. The league website, NHL.com, will now feature 30 advanced statistics such as Corsi (named for a former Buffalo Sabres' assistant coach, Jim Corsi) and Fenwick — now being called shot attempts (SAT) and unblocked shot attempts (USAT) by the NHL – as well as additional enhancements of existing statistics, such as a breakdown of primary and secondary assists.