The NHL will be returning to the D zone in 2018-19, but with a few tweaks to how it’s being played.
The team announced Monday that the team will return to the north and east coasts of the United States for a limited number of home games, which will be in the DZone and NHL North in 2018.
The D-Zone will feature an expanded version of the traditional 4-on-4, which has featured in the National Hockey League since 1992.
Instead of having three lines, teams will have four lines.
The D-line will feature four forwards and three defensemen.
The teams will be able to play four games in a day with up to 12 players on the ice at once, and will be split up into a two-team format with two D-lines, one D-mid, one middle and one D.A.T. team.
The teams will also have a D-strength play of 10 players, with a 15-man D-A.C. team available.
The game will be played in the northernmost region of North America, which was previously designated as the northern hemisphere’s exclusive zone.
The team said the return will help expand the D.P.S. to include the northern half of the country, including northern Mexico, Central America, Brazil and South America.
The league also will be adding an additional three-on, one-on play to the NHL North for the 2018-2019 season, which should help bring back some of the best hockey in the world to North America.