A team that includes several prominent names in sports management is set to use its title to represent the new era in sports marketing.
The NBA, MLB and the NHL are among the teams that are expected to take advantage of the theme generator at the end of this week.
The new title will be announced in a media event on Tuesday and is a departure from the traditional title used in the past to represent a specific sport or team.
The NBA and NHL all recently launched a new series of TV ads in the U.S. to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the game.
In addition, the NHL is set for an event on Monday at the Canadian Tire Centre that will be broadcast on the Sportsnet platform.
This is the first time that an NHL franchise has used its name in a title since it debuted in 1917.
It will mark the debut of a new era for sports advertising in Canada, and marks the first such name used for a team since the NHL announced in 2014 that it would be using a team name in 2017.
Sports marketing is an important area for the NHL.
The league has long used its brand and logos to highlight its brands in a variety of ways, from its NHLPA jersey and the team’s crest to the NHL’s name and the logos used for its players.
The brand name for the Canadian Hockey League is the Maple Leafs and the league’s logo is the Blue Jays.
The NHL’s players have their own team name and jersey designs.
There are no official plans to change the NHL brand name and logos in the coming months.
A spokesman for the NBA said the league would likely not use a team title for the 2017-18 season, which begins on Feb. 1.
The NBA announced that it is changing its name from the Toronto Raptors to the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday.
The move was prompted by the fact that NBA commissioner Adam Silver said he could not envision a time in which the league had to change its name.
NBA players’ team name change announced The NBA announced on Wednesday that its players’ jersey names and logo designs will be changed from the old Toronto Raptors logo to the Clippers logo.
In addition, NBA players will wear Clippers jerseys on game days, in a nod to the team in the iconic logo.