The National Hockey League has decided to play a tune-and-grind with violinist John Williams, according to a team announcement Tuesday.
The team announced the news on Twitter:Williams has played a significant role in shaping and shaping the National Hockey Association through the years.
In fact, he’s been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
His work with the league, and the work of other composers and composers in the past, is well known.
But Williams has also played a role in the creation of a brand of music, known as “Tango.”
Williams’ latest project is called “Toga.”
It features six strings of the violin, with each string representing a different aspect of the tune.
Williams’ new tune will be performed in the New York City area and will be recorded by the National Symphony Orchestra.
The team announced its first public performance of the new tune, which is set to air sometime next year.
The National Hockey Conference has not yet announced a broadcast partner for Williams’ new show.
Williams is best known for the role of Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
He also has worked on the Broadway musicals “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “A Tale of Two Cities.”