The 2018 Winter Olympics are over, and the World Cup is finally here.
The 2019 World Cup will be held in Canada and will be the largest international hockey tournament ever held in the Americas.
The tournament has been a huge success and there are plenty of reasons to look forward to a lot of hockey on display.
Here’s a look at some of the biggest storylines that could come out of the 2018 World Cup: The World Cup itself The World Cups first tournament was held in 1994.
It was a huge deal, and was watched by nearly 10 million people in six days, but it was also one of the last major events held in North America.
The World Championship in 1995 saw the return of the North American men’s hockey team to the sport and it was the biggest event of the year, with the Canadian team beating the Soviet Union in the final.
The next event was held the following year in Mexico City, and it featured the Canadian men’s team facing the USA’s U.S. men’s national team for the first time in more than a decade.
There were so many storylines that year, and many people felt the tournament was over after just five days.
It had a huge impact on the sport in North American, and there were several teams who failed to make the finals.
The final in Brazil was held a year later, and a rematch between the USA and Canada was also played, with Canada winning in extra time.
The 2018 World Championships will be played in Calgary, Alberta.
It’s the largest city in Canada with a population of about 21,000, and organizers hope that it will become the next big hockey city in North Americans eyes.
It will also be the venue for the 2019 World Championships, which will feature an all-star lineup of hockey greats, along with a host of other notable names.
That lineup will include several Canadian stars including Connor McDavid, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Alex Ovechkin, Pavel Datsyuk and Pavel Bure.
It could also be a big draw for fans of the NHL’s New York Islanders and Boston Bruins.
The game is scheduled to begin in Edmonton on March 3, 2019, with a game against the United States slated for March 11, 2020.
It would be an interesting challenge for the host nation to have a marquee event, but the NHL has shown a lot over the past few years that it’s willing to put on a show for fans in the U.K., the Czech Republic, and Russia.
The event is set to take place in Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium, and fans will be able to watch the games live online, via CBC Sports Network, via a free app or via the ESPN app.
The NHL will host the 2018 and 2019 World Cups on ESPN, ESPN2 and WatchESPN.
The games will air on the SportsCenter network, ESPNU and ESPNU App.
ESPN has been hosting a lot more games this year, including the World Junior Championships in 2017 and the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
It is a long-running event, and most of the action takes place in Canada.
In 2017, the NHL decided to add a couple more international events, and those events will include a World Cup in 2019.
There is also a World Junior Championship in 2019, the World Hockey Championships in 2020, the 2019 NHL All-Star Game and the 2019 IIHF World Championship.
The first two events will be broadcast by ESPN3 and ESPN2, while the World Championship is set for March 10-11, 2020 and will air live on ESPN3.
This event will be ESPN’s first World Cup event to be hosted in Canada, and one of its first to be broadcast on a network with a Canadian ownership group.
The other events will likely be broadcast live on Canadian TV, although a Canadian broadcast rights deal with ESPN is unlikely.
There will be three events in 2019: the 2019 Winter Olympics in Puyallup, Washington, and an event in Edmonton, Alberta, which could be the final event.
A World Cup-style game between Canada and the USA will be televised on ESPN2.
It should be interesting to see if a Canadian team gets the chance to face the USA at the 2018 or 2019 World Juniors, and if the Canadian teams can make the tournament.
The Olympics are expected to be played between February and March, and with that schedule comes the chance for hockey fans to see a lot on the ice.
The two events that are most likely to air on television are the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup and the 2020 FIFA U.A.L. World Cup.
The FIFA U20 World Championship will be in Russia, and FIFA U19 World Cup, in South Korea, will be hosted by Canada.
The South Korean event will feature the likes of Jonathan Toews, Connor McDaniel, Pavel Brouwer and Connor McAdam.
The U.-20s will face the U-18s in the 2019 U.N