When the NHL comes to the Big Island, we’ll be happy to host them

The NHL is heading to the island of Hawai’i to bring the best of the NHL to the islands’ best-known ice hockey team, the Carmen Electra.

The NHL will have the opportunity to compete against teams from around the league and the USMNT for fans, alumni and a spot in the Winter Classic in 2020.

The event has not yet been announced but the league hopes to have teams from other leagues join them at the event.

The first NHL game will take place on January 7, 2020, at Honolulu’s Makapu’o Arena.

The arena was built by the US National Hockey League in 1946 and hosts all of the league’s regular-season games.

The venue is owned by the Honolulu Sports and Entertainment Authority and has been renovated for use by the NHL.

There will be four games in Honolulu, and the NHL will host the 2019 NHL All-Star Classic in Honolulu on February 11.

The tournament is scheduled to be played at Waikiki’s Waikoloa Stadium, a state-of-the-art venue that is being converted into a major-league hockey venue.

The tournament will feature the top two teams from each league’s first two rounds of the tournament, which are scheduled to take place at the Hawaii Dome.

The third and fourth rounds will be played in Honolulu.

The final round will be held at the Hawai’ian Memorial Coliseum, home of the Hawaiʻi Islanders.

Tickets for the event will go on sale to the general public on January 18.

The Carmen electras are the only other team in the league to have won two consecutive Pacific Division titles.

They are ranked second in the Pacific and have won six consecutive playoff games.

The Carmen Electrics are the second-best team in Pacific Division history and have finished in the top three in the past three seasons.

The team’s last championship came in 2015.

The Electra defeated the New York Rangers in the semifinals of the Pacific Division championship series, which included the Presidents’ Trophy.

The Electra has been in the US Hockey League since the 2015-16 season, and they have been a part of the Hawaii Classic three times in the last three seasons, the first of which was in February 2018.

The team has an incredible fan base.

The fan base has grown exponentially since the 2014-15 season.

Since the beginning of the 2018-19 season, fans have filled the seats at Makaputo Arena for over 150 games.

It’s been the most successful season for the team, with the team winning the Pacific Conference championship and the league championship in 2017.

The 2018-2019 season was the first time the team played at the Makapumu Arena.

Fans have been able to watch the team play in Honolulu each year since then, and there have been more than 2,000 fans in attendance each year, including the 2017 All-Tournament team.

In 2020, the Electras will return to the Maui Super Arena for the 2019 Maui Invitational.

The 2019 Mauis Invitational was the team’s first trip to Hawaii and was attended by many NHL players including players such as Connor McDavid and Ryan Getzlaf.

The 2018-2020 season was also the first for the Electra to play in Hawaii since the 2017-18 season.

In 2018, the team was awarded a berth in the 2022 Women’s World Cup by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF).

The team will play in the 2018 Nagano Winter Olympics, which will take them to South Korea for the 2022 World Cup.