The new FOB service is expected to start sometime this year, with an anticipated rollout of a new type of puck that will be used in the NHL’s expansion draft.
The NHLPA has indicated that it is ready to consider the expansion draft as a way to help the game in the short term and to help alleviate the pressure on the players and teams to win.
In recent years, the expansion drafts have been a topic of discussion, with the NHLPA and NHL commissioner Gary Bettman both saying that they want the league to expand as quickly as possible.
The two-day event, which is expected sometime in the second half of the calendar year, is likely to take place in the spring.
With the NHL looking to grow the game, a new Fob service could help ease the pressure.
According to ESPN.com’s Adam Kilgore, the Fob system will be similar to the ones used in other professional sports such as basketball, hockey and baseball, but will not be as heavily reliant on the number of players.
“The idea is that you get a team of four or five players that are really good, and that’s all they have to do is go in and get the puck, and they’re good to go,” Kilgop said.
Players will be able to watch video of the puck being retrieved by a FOB player and will then watch their teammates on their TV.
Another key feature of the FOB system is that it will be controlled via a video conference link between the player and the referee.
That means players can speak with the officials directly without having to use a smartphone.
However, the most exciting feature of this new Fotob system is the ability for the referees to call a penalty.
The new system will allow referees to direct players into the penalty box with their sticks.
When the NHL expanded in 1994, the NHL instituted a new rule: players must be able physically to defend their own zone in order to receive a penalty call.
It was one of the most controversial rules in the history of the game.
The rule led to a series of suspensions for players and led to an increase in injuries among the players.
The NHL expanded to the Eastern Conference in 2000 and has since expanded to other conferences.
The current NHL season runs through the end of March.