The NHL has been on a roll lately.
The league has been getting ready to announce a new team to compete in the 2020 Olympics, a partnership with the NBA that was supposed to kick off in 2020, and a host of other announcements.
All of these events, combined with the NHL’s upcoming new broadcast partnership with ESPN, have led many to believe that the NHL will be moving on to another franchise.
But, it turns out that there’s one more franchise on the way that could change everything.
The NHL is partnering with Allied Esports Entertainment to launch a new hockey franchise.
The team is called the Philadelphia Flyers and it will play its home games at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers have been playing hockey for more than 100 years.
They have a history of winning big, including two Stanley Cups.
And they have also been on the forefront of esports.
The sports league was the first to bring esports to the NHL and has continued to work with the likes of Twitch to bring the game to fans in the United States.
It also partnered with Major League Baseball to host the 2019 All-Star Game, which drew over a million people to the field.
But Allied has done much more than that.
The company has been working with the NFL to bring eSports to their games.
In 2020, the NFL is expected to announce its plans to bring its games back to Los Angeles.
It’s unclear what will happen with the Flyers.
The NFL has also said that it wants to expand its gaming network and that it would like to see more sports games on ESPN and Fox Sports 1.
So, Allied is the perfect partner for the NHL.
In addition to Allied, the NHL also has partnered with two other companies that have been working on esports: Twitch and Microsoft Studios.
Both companies have been involved in bringing esports to games for a while now.
Twitch is one of the most popular esports streaming sites in the world.
It currently has more than one million subscribers.
That’s a huge number when you consider that it’s a company with just 1,000 employees.
The other company, Microsoft Studios, has worked on several games in the past, including the Gears of War and Halo franchises.
Both of these companies have recently been expanding their gaming networks.
They recently signed an esports agreement with the NCAA and are set to launch their own esports league in 2020.
Both the NHL, and the NBA, are hoping that these new partnerships will help the NHL to grow its gaming presence even more.
And, as we reported in February, Alliance Entertainment, which is owned by Comcast, is set to start a new league that will compete in 20 of the 30 largest U.S. sports leagues.
This new league will be a mix of players from both the NHL as well as the NBA.
It will also include players from the MLB, the NBA and the NFL.
That league, Alliances Esports Entertainment, will be led by former NHL player Ryan “Puck” Miller.
He will be joining Allied as the league’s owner.
The new league has two things going for it.
One, it’s not a traditional esports league.
Miller and Alliance will be making it their primary focus.
The second is that Alliances will be bringing in its own brand of players, something that has been done with esports teams before.
That will give the league a lot more credibility and make it stand out from the other esports teams.
The only other thing that will separate the new league from the rest of the teams is the fact that it will be broadcast by ESPN.
This is something that the NBA has been doing for quite some time.
They do broadcast games from time to time, but the major leagues don’t have the same luxury.
They are still the main source of revenue for the league.
So what can Alliances do to increase its viewership?
The league is also looking to attract more players from outside of the United State.
The Philadelphia Flyers have had a good year, with more than a million fans in attendance for their playoff game against the Anaheim Ducks.
That was a big step in the right direction.
But the league has also seen some struggles.
Last year, the team was one of only eight teams to lose games in a season.
It is still a team that has had some struggles on the ice, and in the arena, as well.
That being said, the league is set up well to make up for the lack of success.
Miller, who played on the Philadelphia Eagles from 1989 to 1996, is currently a member of the NHLPA and has been involved with the league for over a decade.
The first NHL game he played was in 1993 against the Buffalo Sabres.
That game was the game that ended the NHL lockout in 1994.
Miller said that after that, he wanted to play in the NHL again, and it seemed like the right fit.
The former player said that he wanted more exposure in the league, and that the only way he could do that was