When it comes to fur, there’s no place like the NHL: ‘There’s no fur down, fur up’

When the hockey world’s first fur-free rink opened last summer in Chicago, there was no immediate buzz around the NHL.

The league had a very different approach to the new facility than other leagues.

The Chicago Blackhawks, whose team had a longstanding tradition of wearing a fur coat on the ice, decided to have its own.

The NHL was not interested in adopting a similar approach.

The league was aware of the sport’s history with animal-related issues and had already started to look at ways to make its own fur-less rink possible.

In 2011, the NHL announced the NHLPA would partner with the Humane Society of the United States on a new campaign to end animal abuse and to raise awareness about the plight of the animals.

In 2014, the league and NHLPA reached an agreement on a two-year, $1.5 billion contract that includes $400 million in annual payments to the two organizations.

It is a partnership that’s been in the works for some time, but this agreement has been a long time coming.

In the early 2000s, the two leagues reached a deal to keep the sport in Chicago.

The two leagues have been working on a fur-shelter project for years, but the effort got off to a rocky start.

“It was never going to be a 100 percent fur-Free arena,” said John Boudreau, executive vice president of the NHL Players’ Association.

“There are some issues that we need to deal with on a daily basis,” he said.

“That’s the reality that the game has.

It’s not a perfect sport.”

It is the nature of the game to evolve.

The game is evolving.

The way it evolves, and the way it gets played, is evolving all the time.

The more we play the game, the more we evolve.

It takes time.

But it’s just going to happen.

The hockey world has changed dramatically in the last two decades.

As the game evolves, it’s evolving with it.

“We’ve never had a rink like that, where the players can come out and feel comfortable wearing their fur-filled jackets and jerseys,” Boudre said.

“You can see the impact that has had on the players and the fans.

The players feel like they’re part of the community and are part of this team.”

The NHLPA and the NHL have been talking about a fur down jacket for years.

They decided to take a new approach when the players’ union presented the league with a proposal in 2014.

The proposal included an $11 million budget for a fur shelter.

Boudrey said that’s what the league wanted.

The proposal included a new coat for the team to wear to games.

“We wanted to get rid of the coat and we felt like it was just going too far,” Burt told the Chicago Tribune.

“And so, we decided to do it for free,” Baren said.

The League is in talks with other cities about building their own fur shelters, and has been in talks to build one for their team, too.

The fur-based team jerseys are designed by Chicago-based designer and former NHLer Adam Jansen.

The NHL was willing to pay the $11.5 million for the shelter.

It is not a lot of money for the NHL to pay to build a shelter, but it is a lot more than they spent on the arena in Chicago and that $11,000 was a significant amount.

The team will not have to pay a fee to the shelter or pay for the materials to build the shelter, and will be allowed to wear the new coat without any additional costs, Baren told the Tribune.

The new fur shelter will be open to the public on March 10, 2018.

The Chicago Blackhawks and the Chicago Humane Society, which is helping to run the fur shelter, will be opening their own facility, the Chicago Fur Shed, in April.

It will be the first team facility in the NHL’s 100-year history to be designed and built by a non-profit.