NHL and Disney announce partnership for 2019-20 season

How long until we see Subban in a Little Mermaid costume?

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The NHL announced earlier today that they’ve partnered with Disney Stream Services to revamp their entire digital experience for hockey fans.

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Read below for the press release announcement of today’s news:

The 2019-20 National Hockey League (NHL) regular season is now underway, and with it, a brand-new redesigned homepage on the league’s official website,, and a reimagined Gamecenter experience in the flagship NHL® App; giving fans more information and data before, during, and after a game. Both the website and the app are operated by Disney Streaming Services in partnership with the NHL.
“Our mission is to provide new and innovative ways to immerse fans in the sport of hockey, and this season we are excited to introduce a newly redesigned homepage and an all new Gamecenter experience to serve fans the type of content they want in more robust ways,” said Barry Tishgart, SVP and General Manager, Hockey, Disney Streaming Services. “We have a few more features up our sleeve, releasing later this season, that will ‘change the game’ with how fans consume live games.”
“The NHL’s partnership with Disney Streaming Services continues to deliver new and innovative digital experiences that our fans value,” said Steve McArdle, NHL Executive Vice President of Digital Media & Strategic Planning. “We are excited for fans to enjoy this season’s expanded lineup of content and experiences across our digital platforms.”

One question: How long until we see P.K. Subban in a Little Mermaid costume?