The NHL has announced it will hold its annual Winter Classic at the Sunflour Bowl in the Bahamas. Here’s how it works.

The NHL announced Wednesday that it will host its annual All-Star Game at the Nassau Coliseum in Nassau, Bahamas, on Dec. 7.

The event will be the first All-Stars game to be held in the U.S. since the 2012 Winter Classic.

The event is the first game to take place in the United States since the Winter Classic was hosted at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, in 2012.

It will be followed by the 2014 Winter Classic and the 2019 Stanley Cup Final.

The NHL says the All-stars game will feature players from six countries and five organizations, with the exception of the NHLPA and NHL Players’ Association.

The game is expected to draw a crowd of approximately 10,000 fans.

The Bahamas is the home of the Nassai Bluefish, a perennial contender in the world of professional football, and the team is known for its traditional Caribbean cuisine and Caribbean culture.

The All-star game will be held on Nassau’s island of St. Kitts and Nevis, which is the second largest island in the country and home to one of the world’s largest fishing communities.

The Nassau Bowl is one of three bowls in the NHL’s Pacific Division, which features the NHL Central Division and the Central Division East.

The league’s Pacific division is split between the Pacific Northwest and Western Conference.

The Sunflours are a team owned by the city of St Thomas in the Caribbean nation of St Kitts.

The city is a popular destination for visitors, including former All-American and current NHL player Steve Ott.

The team also has a rich Caribbean history, with a long-standing presence in the island nation.

The team is also a member of the Professional Hockey Writers Association of America, which has voted the Sunflower Bowl the best bowl in the league since its inaugural season in 2010.

The Bowl will also host the 2018 All-Southeast Region selection ceremony for the 2017 NHL All-Rookie Team.

The Sunflors also have the right to host future All-Pro teams in the future.

The Atlantic Division is home to the Washington Capitals and New York Islanders, the Atlantic Division Central Division is the Metropolitan Division and there are also divisions in the West and North.