The NHL has begun accepting hotel communications supplies.
The NHL issued the news in a press release Thursday, and the league’s official website has been updated to show the new program.
The NHL has been trying to make its hotels more accessible for fans and the media since it announced it would no longer be providing hotel communication in 2018.
The league has been asking for support from hotels and hotels have been providing them.
The league is looking to partner with hotels on the program, and they are working on getting it implemented by the end of the year.
The team that makes the most of the program will receive a bonus of up to $10,000.
The teams will be required to sign a letter of intent with the league on how the program works, and all teams will have to have a hotel within 10 minutes of their practice facility.
The players will have the option to go to the same facility and get a hotel.
The new program is part of a larger plan to expand accessibility in the NHL.
The 2018-19 season will be the last season in which the NHL will not be using its own arenas for the playoffs.
The organization is planning to use existing arenas in its home markets, including the Arizona Coyotes and Toronto Maple Leafs, for the next few years.