Nippon Pro Tour 2017: How the Nintendo Switch headset works

Nippon Pro Tour 2017: How the Nintendo Switch headset works

Nippo Pro Tour is the first major NHL team event for the Nintendo platform.

The event kicks off Sunday and runs through Thursday.

The NHL teams and players from around the league will compete in front of a packed house at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, home of the Los Angeles Kings.

The game will be streamed live via WatchESPN.com and the NHL app for iPhone and Android. 

On Thursday, the team will take on the Chicago Blackhawks at Staples Center, a matchup that has a long history with the team.

The Blackhawks will have a lot of home ice advantage, but the NHL will be playing in the Staples Arena, a massive arena that houses the Staples Centre.

It’s a venue that’s been home to the Los Angelos Kings, the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Detroit Red Wings, and the Dallas Stars. 

For the Nipponen Pro Tour, the game will also air live on NHL Network and NBCSN, as well as streamed online.

The team is hoping to get a ton of eyeballs, but that’s not always easy when a new technology like the Nintendo console is still in the works. 

The Nipponica Pro Tour will include some surprises. 

NHL Network will be showing a special preview of the Niddocs’ new helmet, which will look like the one worn by the team’s star player, Sidney Crosby. 

This is not the first time Nipponic has featured NHL players on stage.

Last year, the Nijo Pro Team was given a tour of the Staples Coliseum in Los Vegas and gave a brief demo of its new helmet.

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