Hockey fans around the world have long been wondering how the NHL will make its way into their lives as they enter their twilight years.
What does it mean to have a league and what does it say about the sport?
Here’s a look at some of the league’s key initiatives.
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We’re also a home to the NHL’s annual NHL FanFest, a series of special events to introduce new fans to the game and get their attention.
The first is the NHL Fan Fest on Sunday, March 16.
The theme is “The Future of Hockey” and features an all-star line-up featuring NHL legends and NHL players.
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What’s in store for the future of the NHL?
The NHL is in the midst of a major change in the way it operates.
The new owners of the Toronto Maple Leafs are intent on making a splash in the league, which is why they are pushing for a five-year deal with a $1.9 billion price tag.
The move would mark the biggest step forward for the league since the advent of television deals in 1995.
And they plan to continue doing so.
The Leafs are expected to re-sign their superstar players, and it is expected that players will be allowed to negotiate their contracts with the league on the cheap.
The NHL also plans to give fans a first-hand look at the league and the players who are making it work.
That will include a series on the history of the game, the history, the players and how the league evolved.
There are also some exciting plans for the development of the women’s game.
The league is currently working on new video game experiences for the 2017-18 season and the league is working on developing a new app that will allow fans to watch games live in real time on their smartphones.
The expansion of the Women’s game will also see the league expand to 25 countries by 2020.
What can you expect to see from the new season?
The best part of the new year is already here.
The New York Rangers have made it official.
The club announced that it will return to the New York City Metro in 2021, and the New Jersey Devils will be heading to Madison Square Garden in 2021 as well.
The Boston Bruins, Nashville Predators and Chicago Blackhawks have all made moves to their new arenas in the past year.
With so many teams on the move, it’s hard to see how the calendar will change any time soon.
What you need to know about the 2018-19 NHL season:The Pittsburgh Penguins are coming off a 4-2 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The Penguins won’t have their captain, Evgeni Malkin, in attendance on Sunday.
The Nashville Predators are hosting the Edmonton Oilers for the first time since 2008.
This will be the team’s first meeting with a franchise in the new NHL era.
The Ottawa Senators host the New Orleans Kings for the second straight year.
The Senators lost to the Calgary Flames in the Stanley Cup Final.
The Calgary Flames beat the Nashville Predators 3-2 in overtime to win their first Stanley Cup since 1986.
What to watch out for this weekend: There are some exciting matchups on Saturday and Sunday.
In Pittsburgh, the Predators will play the Calgary Blades in their first ever home game.
Pittsburgh has won three of the past four meetings with the Blades, and this will be their first visit to the city since the 2003-04 season.
The Rangers host the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday and it will be a rematch of the first-round series in which the Rangers defeated the Sabres in six games.
The Flyers will face the Edmonton Oil Kings in St. Louis on Sunday at 4 p.m.
Philadelphia will host the Ottawa Senators on Monday.
This is the first game between the two teams since the 2010-11 season.
Philadelphia beat Ottawa in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final in Ottawa on Sunday with Sergei Bobrovsky scoring a goal in the third period.
The Bruins and Penguins will play a two-game series at TD Garden.
Boston is coming off an impressive 6-0 win against Toronto on Friday.
The Blue Jackets beat Pittsburgh 6-1 in overtime Saturday and are looking to keep their streak of three consecutive victories.
The Islanders are coming home for a two game series against the Washington Capitals.
This should be the first of two meetings between the teams this season.
New Jersey will host Philadelphia in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
The Devils will host Washington in Washington on Wednesday.