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When will you be able to see the next game?

The NHL will debut a new ad campaign in late March featuring celebrities including the likes of Rihanna, Taylor Swift, John Legend, Katy Perry, Taylor and more.

The NHLPA is asking for help in getting the campaign off the ground.

The NHLPA said on Monday it is asking fans to send in their own ideas to [email protected] to be considered for the ad spots.

The ad will begin airing on March 12 and run for a total of 10 weeks.

Fans can submit a short video that is no more than three seconds long.

The short video must be sent in via the NHLPA’s submission form and be submitted on NHL.com.

The winning submission will be featured in the NHL ad.

The league says that the campaign will also feature special events for fans who are visiting the NHL.

“If you’re visiting the arena and want to watch a special event that has something to do with the game or the team, let’s get that done,” NHLPA president David Pollak said.

The NFL, which has had an NHL-branded game on TV for more than a decade, is working with the league to bring the NHL to the NFL-branded field.

That’s something the NFLPA wants to happen for the NHL, but the NFL is not currently planning to play an NFL game in the U.S. until 2023.

“We are working with all of the owners and leagues to make that happen,” Pollak told NHL.org on Monday.

The game is scheduled to take place in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, which start April 1.

The announcement came just hours after the NHL’s commissioner, Gary Bettman, said the league was “not prepared to speculate” about a possible move to the National Hockey League.

“I’m not going to speculate on any things that are not yet known,” Bettman said at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

The league also said it will not reveal the location of its new facility in Brooklyn, which is slated to open in 2019.

The deal with Comcast, which owns NBCUniversal and NBC Sports, also includes a broadcast deal that includes NBCSN, NBCSports.com, NHL.TV and NHL.net.