The NFL is hosting the 2017 NFL Combine at Lambeau Field, where teams are expected to compete for contracts and the right to televise the event.
The league will be using a new system to allow fans to watch live video from the event as well as select games and other pre-scheduled programming.
The league is expected to host its biggest show of the year with the 2017 regular season on Feb. 15.
The NHLPA’s new home page for the Combine opens with the word “PURCHASE” in big block letters.
A picture of the “Purchasing List” appears below the headline and the words “NEW AND UPDATED” in small block letters, with an “A” at the bottom.
The link goes to a page that has all the necessary information to make a purchase, including an email address, credit card information and the price of the product.
A separate section of the page provides the “Purchase Policy,” with links to the league’s official websites, its official Twitter account and its Facebook page.
The “Purse” section also includes the league logo.
Here, the league links to its official website, which provides details about how the league manages the event and also offers the fans who purchase tickets a chance to enter a drawing for prizes.
“The NFL and NHLPA are committed to making the NFL Combine the premier event of its kind in North America,” said David DeBartolo, executive vice president of business development for the NHLPA.
“We will continue to monitor the NFL for trends and to improve the experience for fans by making the Combine easier to purchase tickets for fans who are new to the sport.”
The new ticketing system for the NFL combine opens with a message on the home page saying the event will begin at 10 a.m.
ET on Sunday, Feb. 14.
Tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10:00 a.c.
PT on Monday, Feb 15.
There are more than 500 teams participating in the event, with the Chicago Blackhawks hosting the opening game on Sunday.
The Boston Bruins will take on the Chicago Black Hawks on Tuesday.
The Philadelphia Flyers are scheduled to host the New York Islanders on Thursday.
The Washington Capitals, Anaheim Ducks and Minnesota Wild will compete on Sunday for the final spots in the playoffs.