How to watch full replays of every 2019-20 NHL regular season game

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With the NHL season on pause for the time being, hockey fans may soon have a way to satiate their thirst for all things puck.

The NHL announced Thursday that it will be making available to the public every regular season game played during the 2019-20 so far, via its various streaming platforms. Want to re-live Alexander Ovechkin's 700th career goal? Or perhaps your tastes are a little more — *ahem* — pugilistic and you want to take in the contentious Battle of Alberta games again.

With the league opening the vault, now you can do just that.

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"Starting Friday and through April 30, the NHL and Sportsnet have decided to make full replays of all 2019-20 NHL regular-season games already played available to stream on demand," the NHL said in a statement. "The games will be accessible via the scores and schedule pages of NHL.com and the NHL app and in Canada via NHL LIVE."

In addition to the entire regular season, which the NHL said is available to fans in the U.S. and Canada through "complimentary access," the league also announced that it will make available through its website and YouTube channel increased original content, older full-length classic games, player profiles and retrospectives on top playoff moments.

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