The NHL is moving to a new system of inventory management for the NHL players and their equipment.
The new system will be used for all NHL equipment in the future.
Under the new system, all equipment will be available to players on demand for use in games and in training camps, regardless of the number of players in the lineup.
The equipment will also be available in-store and online.
Under a new rule, the NHL will allow players to sell their gear in stores, online or in stores.
NHL players will also have the option of selling their equipment on the team’s official website, www.nhl.com.
NHL general manager Bob Nicholson said the league will use the new inventory management system to make sure that all equipment is used correctly and that the equipment is properly stored, so players can continue to play and train.
The new inventory system will allow the NHL to better manage inventory and ensure that all gear is used properly, NHL vice president of product development, marketing and sales, Brad Wurzer, told reporters.
Nicholson said the new management system is the first time the NHL is using it for its players.
Nicholson said this new inventory plan will not impact how the league does business.
Nicholson and Wurze said the NHL had planned to use a similar inventory management method for the 2018-19 season.
We’re excited to see the implementation of the new ownership system, which will allow us to better address the needs of our players, and we’ll continue to monitor how the system impacts player use.
“We know how important it is to be able to buy equipment on-demand, which is why we’re looking forward to using the new approach for all future seasons,” Nicholson said.
This will enable us to focus on providing our players with the best possible equipment and keep them healthy for their NHL careers.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said the change in management and inventory will make it easier for players to access the equipment they need, but he did not give any details on how many players will be able use the system in 2018-2019.
It’s not clear when players will have the opportunity to buy the equipment online.
Bettman told reporters at a news conference that he had been working with the NHL Players Association for several months to develop a system for players.
A change in inventory management will require changes in the league’s equipment agreement with the owners of the teams that play in the NHL, the commissioner said.
That agreement was signed in January.
Wurzer said the agreement will allow for teams to use the NHL’s inventory system for the entire season, regardless if they are in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
He said the changes will not affect the owners’ ability to use their own inventory.
If a player’s equipment gets damaged or wears out, he or she can get it replaced at a store owned by the team, Wurzner said.
The NHL has also been using the system to track injuries to players in order to improve player health.
There are several ways the new equipment inventory system can be implemented in the short term.
One is to put the equipment in a box that can be opened, and players can take it with them to their practice or home, Wurtzner added.