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article In September, the NHL announced the creation of a new professional leagues in three new regions: North America, Central and South America.
The new regions will be called the NHL East, NHL West and NHL Central.
All three will compete for the Stanley Cup.
The NHL Central and NHL East will play in their current home markets of Toronto and Montreal.
But the new leagues will play games in new venues that will provide a new atmosphere for the fans.
The new NHL has also decided to move games to new cities.
The first of these, in the U.S., will be Pittsburgh.
The Pittsburgh Penguins, as you may recall, won the Stanley the last time the NHL was here.
It will be the first time in decades that the NHL will play its games in the city where they have been for the last half century.
Pittsburgh was also the only NHL city to host a World Cup of Hockey in the 1950s and ’60s, so this is a big deal for fans.
“We think Pittsburgh is the perfect fit for the League,” NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said during the announcement.
“The city’s history is a perfect fit.
It has such a rich hockey history and the fans love to watch the games.
The city has been in the forefront of hockey for more than a century.
It is the right fit for our league.”
There will be no Stanley Cup Playoffs this year.
But Bettman and other NHL executives have said that the league is going to have a better season next year, which is when the next round of the playoffs will begin.
And the new cities will all get a chance to see the new arenas that the new NHL will be building.