When you think of the NHL, the first thing that comes to mind is the team’s long history of eating out.
In fact, the league was founded in 1919.
It has since evolved into a highly competitive, food-focused business, with the likes of McDonald’s, Burger King, Taco Bell and others being among its most valuable assets.
But it’s not just hockey that has evolved to embrace food, and it’s no surprise that the league is now the largest consumer of all time.
So what does it mean for food and what does this mean for fans?
The past few years have seen some great advancements in the way we eat.
The number of restaurants is increasing at a rapid rate, with more than 7,000 locations currently in operation.
And in the past few seasons, more than 10,000 restaurants have opened across the country.
But as much as food has been a part of the game, it’s the way it’s consumed that is the real transformation.
In 2018, the NHL hosted the International Food & Wine Festival in Toronto, Canada, and this year, it was held at the Rose Bowl.
While the event itself was great, we’re not talking about a typical game night here.
This year, the event included food trucks, food trucks-for-hire, and a huge array of vendors.
This was not just an event for fans to gather around, but for restaurants to be part of it.
In addition to food trucks and food trucks catering, there were live bands, DJs, a live DJ, and more.
As the season drew to a close, fans were treated to a spectacular game between the Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks, a game that was so much fun that it was even played in front of the arena.
For many, the game was a celebration of the beauty of food, while for others, it felt like the perfect way to unwind and catch up on some sleep.
While some of the food trucks were delicious, some were simply out of this world.
While we can only guess what the food truck of the future will be like, we can say that we will never forget our love for some of our favorite trucks.