The NHL announced a lineup of 20 holiday movies that it will stream on YouTube in the coming months, including “The Holiday,” “Merry Christmas” and “Happy Holidays.”
The lineup includes holiday movies from Disney, Universal, Warner Bros. and Pixar, along with a number of indie and feature films from other companies, including Universal Pictures, DreamWorks Animation and Universal Pictures Classics.
In addition, the NHL announced its “Winter Holiday” series, which will premiere on Nov. 25 with “The Winter Holiday.”
The series will focus on 20 holiday classic films that were made in the 1930s and 1940s and will be available on the NHL’s YouTube channel for free for one year.
This is not the first time that the NHL has chosen to stream movies during the holiday season.
In 2016, the league also released “Mighty Mouse” and the “Christmas Carol” films in theaters during the winter holiday.
The “Moomin” movie was released on Christmas Day in 2016.
In 2017, the Stanley Cup Playoffs began at 7 p.m.
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The NHL said that it hopes that the new content will allow fans to “engage with the holiday films and experience their favorite holiday traditions.”
The NHL is not giving away any of the holiday movies, but will provide fans with access to the videos as they become available.
The team said that “the vast majority of the content” will be free for consumers, but that the content will be subject to “limited availability.”