The NHL is in a position to be at the top of the sport in a few years.
The new season begins with the Stanley Cup finals, and the league has some key decisions to make on how it plans to get better.
For example, how many playoff teams should the league add to its rosters and how much of that should be spent on players?
How many players should it keep on the active roster and how many should be sent down?
Who should be added and who should go?
And how much should teams spend on free agents?
For these questions and more, we asked the league’s general managers and scouts to give us their thoughts.
We’re also using their answers to help us better understand the league, and we’re posting them below.
And here’s what they said: More players?
The league has a lot of work to do to get its game on track, but the team that has the most players on the roster can go toe-to-toe with the best.
We know that.
But that doesn’t mean that every player on a team should be on the ice.
The league already has a great number of talented players on its roster, so adding even more to that number won’t automatically make it better.
It will make it more balanced and better positioned to have a good team and a great year.
For example, we have teams like the Buffalo Sabres and Florida Panthers that have a lot in common.
Both have good goaltending and both are young.
Both are rebuilding, and both have the potential to be great.
But when it comes to the balance between good players and great players, there’s no easy answer.
I know we’re talking about the Sabres and Panthers here, but you could also say that Buffalo has more skill on the blue line than Florida Panthers.
We have two good offensive lines, but neither team has a particularly good scoring line.
Neither has a very good defensive line, either.
They have an impressive top-nine, but it’s not enough to win the Stanley.
And the Sabres are a little behind in the standings, while the Panthers are a few points ahead.
Both of those teams are in need of a major infusion of talent.
They both need to get their offense going.
The Sabres will have to play some better defense to get that done, but they also need to be more creative with their offense.
We also have teams that aren’t going to be contenders this year.
Those teams are either teams that have been around for a while or teams that haven’t made the playoffs in the past two years.
And some of those squads are looking for a new home this season.
It’s not going to happen overnight.
But they should be able to get a new coach in a year or two and they should have some of their key players back for the start of next season.
They can also use a veteran player on the wing.
But for a team that is trying to rebuild and find a way to make a deep playoff run, I think the biggest challenge is to find the right balance between having a team with good players on it and having a good roster.
It would be foolish to think that just because the team is in the playoffs that the coach has to win.
So it will take time to find that balance.
What does it mean to have two teams with the same number of players?
There’s a lot to consider when it is time to fill the roster with a number of skilled players.
So let’s look at some of the more obvious cases.
Let’s say that there’s a team like the New York Rangers.
It has a strong blue line, but there are a lot more talented players in the lineup than there are on the team.
That team could win the Atlantic Division and the Stanley with a strong defense, and that could happen with some help from a goalie.
There’s also a lot at stake for the Rangers.
The Rangers have to beat the Devils in the Eastern Conference Finals to retain the division title.
They also have to win two games against the Philadelphia Flyers to clinch home ice advantage in the Stanley Playoffs.
But the most important thing to remember is that there are more than two teams that can have two Stanley Cups in the same year.
So the Rangers will be playing for the chance to play in the Finals with a team of that caliber and that quality.
The same is true for teams like Boston and Pittsburgh.
Both teams have young, talented players and they could be a good fit for the NHL as a whole.
They could have the best of both worlds, where they can play together for a long time, and then play for a championship at a younger age, where a couple of stars can be an upgrade over the veterans.
The same is also true for the Philadelphia Union, which could have a young, high-quality lineup, but which also has the chance for a deep run in the Western Conference.
If the Union is able to