collection water cycles are set to be rolled out across the league starting on Jan. 16.
The first two-year cycle will run through 2018-19 and the final two-and-a-half-year run will run from 2021-22 through 2023-24.
The collection watercycles have been in the works for a while and have been designed to reduce the number of time spent in the rink.
The league has also started putting some of the water cycle options into effect for the 2017-18 and 2018-17 seasons.
The NHL and its players association have long advocated for the addition of water cycles to the game.
There have been plenty of arguments and arguments over whether or not a water cycle is a good idea.
It has to do with the fact that it requires the use of water more efficiently and more efficiently at the rink than other types of ice surfaces.
The current cycle is an exception to that rule.
The ice surface in the NHL has been used for decades to simulate the ice in the ice rink.
In recent years, it has become clear that a significant number of players are not skating in that environment.
A number of those players have been playing in a waterless environment.
In an effort to make the game more environmentally friendly, the NHL is going to add water cycles.
The current one was designed to simulate playing in an artificial lake.
This water cycle will be implemented for the next two-plus seasons, with the goal of reducing the amount of time players spend on the ice.
While some players will use the new water cycle, many will not.
The goal of this water cycle and the way it’s implemented in the league is to provide a safer environment for all.
The goal is to create a better environment for players to skate, and it is part of the reason why the water cycles were developed in the first place.
The water cycle option has been in play since the beginning of the league, but this is the first time the league has actually implemented it.
While some players may be hesitant to skate in an environment where they can be exposed to the elements, many others will feel that it is better to be able to play on ice where they are exposed to less.
The NHL is hoping that players will see the benefits of this change in the new cycle, but it is still going to be an ongoing process.
As the NHL continues to evaluate how best to incorporate water cycles into the game, it is important that we remember that there is no perfect solution.
There are some players who will skate in the water for longer periods of time, but there are many who will not skate at all.
This will depend on how many players are skating, the conditions that they are in and the amount and type of ice that they play on.
The next step is to figure out what will work best for the majority of players.