In order to continue to grow and grow the game, the NHL has had to adapt to the changes of the digital age.
The game needs to adapt.
The NHL and the players union are taking a hard look at ways to enhance the game’s appeal to kids and ensure that all its players have access to quality content that is appropriate for their age groups.
“We have to have an adult-centered content for kids.
I think it’s a good start,” said Commissioner Gary Bettman during the commissioner’s annual meeting in Los Angeles last week.
“The challenge is to make sure that it’s in sync with the growth of the game.”
The players union, the league’s largest and most powerful player’s union, has put forward several ideas that will allow for an adult age restriction.
Players will be able to play in any age range, and the rule will also be enforced at the youth level.
For instance, the current rule will not be in effect until at least the 18-24 age bracket, with a minimum of three years of age.
Players in this age range will not have to sit through a game that is only available to adults.
The players association’s proposals are not without precedent.
For example, the Players Association voted in 2015 to allow players to play at age 15.
The proposal was later struck down by the NHLPA, but the players association believes that the age restriction is the right one.
The players association also has a number of other proposals that could be implemented in a similar manner.
One such proposal is a rule that would make it illegal for any player to have more than three adult friends during the course of a season.
That rule, which is currently in effect, is expected to be rolled into the league-wide rulebook as well.
One of the most exciting developments of the year is the emergence of the next generation of players.
The growth of digital media has created an opportunity for a generation of young players to have a voice and have an impact on the game.
While some of these players are not on the ice, there are plenty of players who are on the radar.
The most exciting aspect of the new rule is that it could also open the door for players to make an impact beyond their playing days.
The rules have to be applied to the players themselves, and that is where the players have the most to gain.