When can I start watching the new NHL season on Comcast?

NBCUniversal and Comcast have agreed to a tentative merger that would create the second-largest cable provider in the United States, NBC Sports Group.

NBC will own the rights to broadcast the NHL, MLB and NFL through its NBC Sports Network.

The agreement will create Comcast-owned NBCUniversal Cablevision, the parent company of NBCUniversal SportsNet, NBCUniversal Entertainment and NBCUniversal Communications, and Comcast-NBCUniversal Cable will share the other three broadcast rights.

The new cable network will be called Comcast SportsNet and it will include live, exclusive NHL games.

NBC and Comcast will continue to pay a premium to carry the NHL’s games, which are typically on the NBC broadcast network.

Comcast and NBC will retain all the rights for NBC Sports Networks that have already aired on Comcast.

Comcast will pay NBC Sports for the rights and be able to negotiate additional fees with the network for future seasons.

Comcast’s new NBC Sports network will offer content that will compete with ESPN, which is owned by Disney.

The deal is expected to close by the end of 2018.

NBC Sports and Comcast share about 60 percent of the country’s cable market.

Comcast is expected do a deal with NBCUniversal, but a definitive deal has not yet been announced.

The move is the second in a week between the companies.

In December, Comcast was awarded the rights of about 40 percent of U.S. television networks to ESPN.

NBCUniversal said in a statement the agreement would provide “comprehensive programming for the American people.”

Comcast is also getting the rights back from Comcast Sportsnet, which Comcast acquired in November.

It’s unclear if the merger will lead to the same deal with Fox.

Fox Sports and the NBA are still in talks about a new agreement, and negotiations with Fox and other broadcasters have been going on for more than a year.

Fox also has a deal to air the NFL on the network, and NBC Sports has also been negotiating a deal for a broadcast rights deal with the NFL.