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Hockey Fans Rejoice as New Season Begins

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As the leaves begin to change and the temperatures drop, hockey fans around the world are rejoicing as a new season of NHL hockey is set to begin. After a long off-season filled with speculation, anticipation and excitement, the puck is finally set to drop and the season is officially underway.

The start of a new season is always an exciting time for hockey fans, as teams look to build on their successes from the previous season and make a run at the Stanley Cup. This season is no different, as teams have made significant changes to their rosters in order to improve their chances of success.

The most notable changes this season include the return of the NHL to Seattle, as the new Seattle Kraken franchise will be joining the league. This will mark the first time in 17 years that the NHL has added a new team, and fans in Seattle are excited to see their team take the ice.

In addition to the new team, the league has also made changes to the schedule, as teams will now play a 56-game season instead of the usual 82-game season. This means that teams will be playing more games against their division rivals, which should make for some exciting matchups.

Another major change for this season is the return of fans to the arenas. After playing in empty arenas for most of last season, the league has announced that fans will be allowed to attend games in limited capacity. This will be a welcome sight for hockey fans, who have been eagerly awaiting the chance to cheer on their teams in person.

As the new season gets underway, hockey fans can expect to see some exciting hockey and some thrilling matchups. With the return of fans to the arenas, the league is sure to be even more exciting and entertaining than ever before. So, hockey fans, rejoice as the new season begins and get ready for some exciting hockey!

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