The NHL will soon be in the market for more power.
With the NHL season over, it’s time for another look at the league’s future.
The NHL will continue its search for a new commissioner.
It’s a good thing the league didn’t have a commissioner before.
The league has had a number of changes, but its still a league with a lot of work to do.
But the league may be headed in the right direction.
The NHL was founded in 1932 and it has been a key pillar of the American hockey landscape for more than a century.
As of last year, the NHL was in the top 10 markets in the United States, according to Forbes.
That was up from the bottom 10 markets, according a Sports Business Journal study.
The league also continues to grow.
In 2016, the league generated $10.6 billion in revenue, up from $9.5 billion in 2015.
The NBA, which has enjoyed a massive resurgence with its own television deal, has the most lucrative TV deal in the NFL, which is owned by NBC.
In the fall of 2017, the NBA also announced it would expand its television deal to 20 more teams.
And in 2018, the owners of the Washington Capitals and New York Rangers joined forces to form the NHL in a $2 billion deal.