By KELLY MCDONALDThe NHL’s future in North America is being put in jeopardy as the NHL season opens with the 2018-19 season.
The NHL will move its regular season to the summer, with a shortened schedule and fewer games.
It’s not a popular plan, but the NHL and its owners have made the move.
The league and the league office will also move to the fall and then spring.
And, for the first time in NHL history, the league will open a new arena in the fall.
In the coming years, the NHL will also expand to 10 new cities, which would give it a total of 30 cities by the end of 2023.
The NHL will not move its preseason to September, which was originally planned.
But the league has said it would make the change in 2018.
That’s when the season begins.
But with the NHL in such a precarious situation, the decision on the league’s future has been made a long time ago.
It was first announced in September of 2013, when the NHL changed the NHL schedule to include the regular season.
It is a decision that has caused consternation in the hockey world.
The idea of a shortened regular season is something that the NHL has always supported, but many in the league have been pushing for an even shorter season.
A shortened season is also an idea that the league, owners and players have been talking about for a number of years.
In 2014, the NFL made a similar decision to open its regular seasons in the spring and fall.
The NFL then followed up by introducing a schedule that would allow the regular seasons to be shortened during the summer.
And in 2016, the NBA made similar moves to shorten its regular games in summer and fall, as well as extend the season from the spring to fall.
The push for shorter regular seasons has always been supported by the league and its players.
The players have always said that the regular-season schedule was the best way to have the most games in the most efficient way.
It has been a cornerstone of the NBA’s schedule for years, with the league having the most regular-seasons of any professional sports league.
The issue with the NFL is that the NFL and its teams are often forced to play games in front of a large crowd.
That can create a lot of problems in terms of fan relations.
And it can also create problems with health care costs for fans.
For the league to open up a new venue in the summer could make it even more difficult for fans to see all of their team’s games.
The NBA has also made changes to its schedule in recent years.
The NBA has had to move its games to the start of the season in the early spring and early summer.
It also had to play its home games in New York City.
And last year, the teams relocated from New Orleans to Cleveland.
The move was expected to save the league $100 million a year.
But it wasn’t supposed to be a massive hit to the league.