When NHL’s players are in the zone, so is the rest of the league

The NHL will begin to introduce a rule this season that will allow players to hit the ice with their sticks in their hands after the whistle.

The NHL’s head of hockey operations, Don Fehr, said Wednesday that the rule will be implemented in the preseason.

“We’ve got to make sure our players have a chance to play with their hands, their arms, their legs and their heads in the air,” Fehr said.

“But it’s something we have got to implement and we have no intention of not doing it.” “

The rule, which was first proposed in December, is expected to go into effect in the new NHL season.”

But it’s something we have got to implement and we have no intention of not doing it.”

The rule, which was first proposed in December, is expected to go into effect in the new NHL season.