The NHL’s television ratings, which have been consistently on par with its international counterparts, are at an all-time high.
In a few weeks, the league will once again have the most-watched television broadcast in sports, and the ratings will continue to rise.
And when you think about it, the viewership has been trending downward for years.
It has dropped from 8.6 million viewers in 2015 to 7.5 million in 2016, and has dropped even further from 6.9 million viewers to 5.6 in 2017.
That’s an increase of 20% since the league last had a viewership spike of 8.1 million in 2008, and that was during the Stanley Cup Final.
But the biggest drop has been the NHL Network, which dropped 13% in viewership and lost a third of its viewers from last year.
This was driven by the fact that many fans have switched from traditional cable to streaming.
And the biggest reason for that was the fact it was only available on Netflix and Hulu.
Now that the NHL season is over, the ratings are back up and the league has continued to improve.
“We’re seeing tremendous growth in viewership, and we’re very happy with the results,” said NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman.
“It’s a testament to the work that’s been done by the teams and broadcasters over the past three years, which has created a great audience and continues to drive our success.
We’re also pleased to see how the sport has evolved over the last several years, with many new innovations and exciting innovations that we think will help grow the game in the coming years.”
The NHL is the biggest sports league in the world.
It is the official international league of the world, with the World Hockey Association and the NHL.
The League has broadcast games across the globe on more than 80 countries, including more than 20 in the U.S. and Canada.
The league also holds its regular season games in venues that can handle crowds of more than 15,000 fans, and it has been known to do so with ease.
It will be interesting to see if the NHL continues to grow in the next few years, but it looks like the NHL has done a great job.