A new CEA-TV schedule for 2019-20 was announced on Tuesday.
The CEA is an independent group that oversees the NHL, the NHLPA and the NHL.
The group is led by former NHL executive Mike Gillis.CEA-tv will be available on CEA.com starting Oct. 20.
CEA will also stream games and other content from NBCUniversal.CBE, which stands for Competitive, Authentic and Business-Centered, will provide live coverage of all the NHL’s home games, including the Stanley Cup Final, NHL All-Star Game and NHL Draft.
CBE also has coverage of the NHL Awards, the 2017 World Cup of Hockey, the Winter Olympics and the World Series of Hockey.
The company will also broadcast the NHL Winter Classic, the Stanley Series, the World Cup, the NBA All-star game, the College Hockey Playoffs and the WNBA Finals.CNBC, which is owned by Comcast Corp., is a news, sports and information network that includes the NHL and NHLPA, as well as other sports.