When the Stanley Hockey League officially celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2021, the NHL will be the only professional sports league in the world that will not be celebrating its championship with a special event.
The NHL will not host the Stanley Championship Game.
Instead, the league will hold a special celebration on the eve of the game’s 20th anniversary.
The league’s officials say it will mark the league’s 50th anniversary, marking the league for the first time.
It will mark its second championship game in its current home.
The event will be a celebration of the franchise, the players and the city of Boston.
The championship will be held in Boston’s Fenway Park, with the Stanley Memorial Cup in attendance.
The city will host the event at a new outdoor arena in 2019.
The tournament will mark NHL commissioner Gary Bettman’s first appearance in the game, having joined the league as commissioner in 2000.
The league has been a major supporter of the city for decades, with annual fan bases numbering over 11 million.
The Cup is not expected to be in the stands this year.
Instead, the Stanley trophy will be displayed on the ice for the game.