By JASON F. GARRETT The NHL has officially embraced a new standard for the Central Vacuums.
The league announced Wednesday that it is implementing a new central vacuum for the 2016-17 season.
The league announced the move to Central Vacua, which will replace the old central vacuum, the one that was installed in the old arena in December of 2013.
The new central vacuums will use a new vacuum chamber, which is more durable and is made of metal, the league said in a release.
The team in the room with the player is responsible for getting the puck through the central vacuum chamber and out of the player’s hand.
The goal is to make sure the player doesn’t accidentally go into the vacuum chamber as the puck leaves the ice, according to the release.
“We want to ensure that all players are protected,” NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said.
“The goal of the Central Vent is to minimize the amount of energy that is going to be released in the air by using a single vacuum chamber.
We want to minimize energy in the atmosphere and minimize the chance that an impact will occur.”
In addition to the Central Vapor, the NHL announced that the new Central Vacus will also be able to use the new Concorde.
The Concorde was introduced in 1997 as a replacement for the old Concorde, which was discontinued in 2002.
The new Concords will be equipped with new technology to provide better performance and efficiency in the area of air flow and air quality, according the league.
The NHL has been experimenting with Central Vacators for several years.
In 2015, the Pittsburgh Penguins won the first of two Stanley Cup championships with the use of the new central Vacuum.