The NHL is a multi-billion-dollar business.
For this reason, it’s very important that teams are equipped to handle the demands of hockey.
It’s an incredibly high-risk business.
So the design team is very much a design-by-committee type place.
That’s what they’re working on right now, as well as the other departments.
The design team has been tasked with making the players look great, to make sure they’re comfortable and to make it look professional.
And the design is a collaborative effort between the NHL, the NHLPA, the players, and the NHL Players’ Association.
The goal of the design process is to find ways to make players feel comfortable and the game look professional in a way that feels right for the game.
In other words, the goal is to make the players feel like they’re playing a game.
The players are not just going to be playing the game, they’re going to want to be part of the game itself.
The team has to be able to tell what kind of players we’re going for.
It has to look good, it has to feel good, and it has a story.
It’s a team effort.
There’s a lot of meetings, there’s a few phone calls, but there’s no one in the room, so there’s not a lot going on.
The game’s not over, but it’s not going to go away, so you can’t put a deadline on it.
It can’t be rushed.
The best thing you can do is just keep moving forward.
I think that’s what we’ve done.
We’ve got an awesome group of people, and we’ve got a great design team that’s working with the players on a daily basis to try to bring something really good to the game for all the fans.
The Players’ Tribune’s Jeff Veillette covers the NHL for The Associated Press.