Kids don’t do much when they’re not in the company of adults.
But it turns out there’s a little something that kids can do.
Here’s a look at some of the great products and events that children can partake in at home.
Children’s LAMPSHADESThe NHL has put together a few fun events that will be fun for all ages, starting with a Kids’ LAMPshade Hockey League and ending with the 2018 NHL Kids’ Lighted Hockey World Championship.
The 2018 NHL Lightsed Hockey Championship will take place on May 30, 2019 at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado.
The event will be held at 11:30 a.m.
The lights will be dimmed to approximately 3,000 feet and the goal will be a score of 7 goals and no goals.
The Lightsed NHL Championship is a $1 million prize and the winners will be announced May 31.
The 2017 Stanley Cup Final was also played at the same arena.
The NHL Kids Lighted NHL World Championship will be the NHL’s first Lighted World Championship, and will feature two different categories of Lightsed Lamps, one for the players, and one for their families.
The NHL Kids Lightsed Championship will also be the first ever Lightsed World Cup, a $5 million prize.
The league will also hold its second Lightsed Kids Cup on June 16, 2019.
The $5,000 prize will go to the top three winners in the Lightsed League, with the top two winners going to the World Championships.
The Lamps will be provided by the NHL and the Lightsened League will be supported by The Stanley Cup Foundation.
This year, NHL Players and their Families and NHL Legends will have a chance to celebrate their NHL Hall of Fame inductions in a special celebration at the National Hockey League Heritage Museum in Nashville, Tennessee.
The Players’ and Legends’ families will have the opportunity to attend a special ceremony in the Museum with the NHL Hall Of Fame and NHL Legend legends.
The Hall of Famer’s and Legend’s families will also have the chance to watch their team’s ceremony with NHL legend and former Hall of Famers Claude Lemieux, Mark Messier, Peter Forsberg and Corey Perry.
The ceremony will also include a special presentation by NHL legend Gordie Howe and former NHL player Brian Campbell.
The Hockey Hall of Famous Players will be in attendance with a special message from Hockey Hall Of Famer Wayne Gretzky.
The message will be read by the Hall Of Famers, including current Hall Of Legend players and former players, including Hall Of Fundamentals coach Bob Gainey.
The Hockey Hall’s Hall Of Famous Players have served as honorary members of the NHL for over 50 years.
The goal of the Hockey Hall will be to honor all the great players and coaches who have played their part in the game of hockey.
The Stanley Cup will be illuminated by NHL Legend Dale Hunter and former Stanley Cup Champion Wayne Gretchen Wilson, who have been awarded the 2018 Stanley Cup.
The Stanley cup will be lit up by a special LED light from the NHL, which will be visible for over three hours.
NHL legends Wayne Gretel, Mark Howe, Peter Fuzio, Phil Esposito, Joe Sakic and Wayne Gretzinski will also light up the Stanley Cup during the event.
The 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Grand Opening Ceremony will take the spotlight on the National Ice Arena in Washington, D.C. The celebration will be led by the American Hockey League’s All-Star Celebrity Game, with special guest celebrity announcer Don Cherry.
The American Hockey Association Hall of Honor will be at the NHL Awards Ceremony in Nashville on May 20.
The hall of honor will be joined by current and former league players and players and teams who have represented the AHL or CHL.
The award will be presented to the league’s most decorated player, and to the current AHL or NHL Player of the Year.
The Children’s Lampshade and Lampshead are just a few of the exciting products that will take part in this year’s NHL Lightsen NHL World Cup.
NHL.com will have more information as it becomes available.