What you don’t know about all-star games is that the lights are all new.
And when the All-Stars host the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, the NHL is making sure it has its own.
The NHL announced the new lights for the 2015-16 season at the Winter Classic in Buffalo on Thursday.
The first of those two new lights, the LED light pole, is in use at the NHL All Star Game in St. Louis and is a permanent fixture.
The other new light, the “led shop lights” at the rink, will be installed at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Jan. 6, 2016.
The new LED lights are designed to make it easier to see players and other players and coaches.
The LED lights have a range of up to 200 feet (90 meters) and a peak brightness of 600 watts.
The LED lights can be attached to the sides of the arena, where they will be illuminated by a small white light.
The lights will be used for a variety of purposes, including lighting up the scoreboard, and lighting up other areas of the rink that the NHL has not yet decided on.
The NHL said the lights will come in three different colors.
The standard lights, including the LED poles, are white.
The Led Shop lights will have red and green LED lights and the “lamp pole” will be white.
The new LED lighting will be put into place by the NHL in partnership with LED lighting company Rovio, which is owned by the Russian government.
The company said it will also be providing the lights to other NHL arenas in the future.