NHL fans in the spotlight for opening night premiere of the film in Canada
The NHL released its first-ever Canada-themed movie on Sunday, opening the film on the new CBC network in Calgary.
It’s a rare day for the NHL to debut a Canadian-themed film, with just a handful of the league’s teams airing it.
The league also debuted a new featurette on its NHL Films website on Monday, and a video trailer was released on Tuesday.
Here’s a look at what fans can expect to see.
The trailer features hockey players from around the world.
It’s directed by Tom Hooper, who directed the opening trailer for the last movie in the series.
It features footage of a Calgary Flames game on Nov. 15, 2016.
It also features footage from the team’s opening night of the NHL Films-produced movie, entitled, “Rise and Shine: Hockey in Calgary.”
It also features clips from a game on April 1, 2018 between the Edmonton Oilers and the Anaheim Ducks, and footage from a Calgary game on Oct. 20, 2019.
In a statement, the NHL said that the film is “part of the legacy of Canada and the way the NHL and its players have been honoured throughout its history.”
It said it was also inspired by the fact that the team is from Calgary.
“We know the community of Calgary has been the heart and soul of the game in this country and we are honored to be a part of it,” the statement said.
The film will also air in Canada on TSN, Bell Media and CBC Radio One, according to a release.
It will air in the U.S. on the Sportsnet network, TSN2 and TSN3, and will air on ESPN3 and ESPN Classic.
The announcement of the new movie comes as the NHL tries to attract more viewers and viewers from other countries.
In 2018, the league was the first professional sports league to launch an online service, where fans can watch live video of every game.
It plans to launch a subscription service later this year.
In January, the team announced that the league would add more regional hockey teams in Canada, which will allow fans to watch games in their area.
The NHL also said it would increase the number of games in Canada from 14 to 21, and expand to include more international games.