In the past decade, the NHL, the league’s parent, has gone from relying on a handful of teams to owning its entire franchise.
In the end, that’s where most of the league is headed.
But it was never meant to be.
The NHL has had a handful for decades, but the league hasn’t really had a clear picture of what to do with them.
So it started looking for someone else to take over.
The best player on the field has been drafted by every team, but it’s been hard to find a player with a clear vision.
It’s a dilemma the NHL is grappling with now as it tries to figure out where to build a new hockey infrastructure.
The league, in an effort to make sure the franchise model can continue, is taking the next step in the process, announcing Wednesday that it’s creating a new “database management and distribution system.”
That’s where the NHL’s top executive, Gary Bettman, will have a central place to go to find players and prospects to put on its teams.
Bettman will take over as general manager for the first time in 2019.
He’s the one who brought in Bettman after being named general manager of the Anaheim Ducks and New Jersey Devils last summer, two of the NHLs oldest franchises.
He’ll have full power to oversee the entire NHL, and the most recent players to have their names listed on the team’s roster will be added to that database.
The new database will help the NHL make the decisions to select and develop the next generation of players.
The system will also help the league manage players’ contracts and the salaries they receive.
The process is expected to take about six months to implement, Bettman said in a statement.
The process is part of the overall overhaul the league has undergone in recent years.
The league has also made changes to the salary cap and expanded the league to 50 teams, making it the second-largest professional sports league in the world.
The expansion of the leagues is also a big part of that.
Bettmans expansion of hockey into new markets has been controversial, with some cities opposed to the idea and others supporting it.
That led to a major spat between Bettmans and the New York Rangers over who gets to pay for the expansion of their hockey team.
The move caused a rift between Bettman and the league, which eventually led to the Rangers announcing they were cutting ties with Bettman.
The announcement also caused a backlash from other owners and players.
That’s led to numerous discussions about the future of the game, which has become an increasingly popular sport in the United States.
The idea for a database to help manage the roster came from Bettman when he was named commissioner in 2009.
But he wasn’t sure how to handle players and teams in the new era.
Bettmann eventually came up with a system in which he would have full control over every player, including how he was selected, his contract, his salary, how long he was playing, how he would be paid and what teams would pay him.
The goal is to help the players who are on the ice, but also to make it easy for the owners to make decisions that are more appropriate for the game.
The new system will be built on a database that the NHL already has.
It is a database with all the information from every NHL team’s NHLPA contract and the contracts of every player on each team.
It will be able to identify a player’s name and a team’s salary, but Bettman says it will also provide the ability to make a call on player performance.
It could also be used to determine whether a player is eligible for waivers and whether they should be promoted to a new team.
Bettmen said he believes the system can be better than a team database that has no players on it, as the NHL doesn’t have a clear image of what talent is on a given team and doesn’t want to be in the position of having to find out.
Bettors new system also will be updated daily and the information will be stored on a centralized server.
The database will be kept in a secure location in a warehouse.