This year’s World Cup is the first of a new era for the NHL, with the 2018 tournament kicking off in October, the second of three major international competitions.
It’s a new chapter in the league’s long history and is shaping up to be a major event in the history of the league, with a host of stars coming and going.
Here are some things you should know about the tournament.1.
The World Cup starts October 6 at the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.2.
Canada, USA and the Netherlands will represent their countries at the tournament, while Canada will face Sweden in the final.3.
The winner of each game will receive a spot in the 2019 World Cup.4.
The tournament will be played in the same venues as the 2016 Olympics in Rio.5.
The winning team will host the final, which will be staged at Olympic Stadium in Beijing.6.
The host nation will host another game, the winner of which will host a rematch.7.
The first two games will be in Canada and the third will be held in the Netherlands.8.
The final will be broadcast on CBC-TV in Canada, NBC Sports in the United States and Univision in the U.K.9.
The Canadian teams will play in four different stadiums in a best-of-three series.10.
Each team will have 12 players on its roster.
The other 12 will be comprised of 12 players who will play for either their country’s National Team or their own amateur team.11.
The teams will be divided into four groups of two teams each, with each team playing four of their opponents in a group-stage game.12.
Each game will be preceded by a pre-game ceremony and a post-game banquet.
The pre- game ceremony will feature a presentation of Canada’s jersey number, the Canadian anthem and Canada’s anthem will be performed.13.
The Canada-U.S. national anthem will also be performed during the ceremony.14.
During the pre- and post-games, Canada will be on a short break.15.
Canada will play its two games against the Netherlands on Friday night, while the U,S.
will play the Netherlands in a two-game series on Saturday night.16.
The players will have the opportunity to meet with the teams on Sunday and Monday before the game against the Dutch.17.
The U.S., U.A. and Canada will also play one game against each other in a knockout round.18.
Each side will play six games in their group.19.
Canada and U.