How the NHL’s robot may change the game

If you thought you knew the rules for how to play in the NHL, think again.

The NHL’s robots have been rolling out in arenas around the league for the past few years, but some teams are now testing them at the arena level.

Robots have been making the transition from being used for video games to becoming part of the league’s entertainment strategy, and the new robotic team of Moxi, Sophia, and Moya is no exception.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Moxie and Sophia are robotic sisters who are being programmed to fight each other.

Moxi is the sister of the NHL robot, Sophia.

The two have been fighting each other since last season, and their robot was recently used for a game in a Las Vegas arena.

The Moya robot was used in a game last season.

(AP)”I just want to be part of it.

It’s a little bit different,” said Moya.”

We’re just playing against each other and that’s how we play,” Sophia said.

The robots are still a work in progress, but it’s clear that they’re ready for some action.

The robotic sisters are the first robots to compete in the 2017 NHL All-Star Game, which is being held in Los Angeles.

They’re scheduled to compete against each one of the other robots from the previous season.

The first match will be on Tuesday.