NHL teams to use the Microsoft Project as a tool to create anime art

The NHL announced Monday it is planning to use a new tool developed by Microsoft to create an art project for its own game, the Bing Crosby Bing-Bogart, a.k.a.

Bing Crosby and the Big Bang Theory.

The team said the project will use the Bing-Crosby-Boggart art style.

The project will be available in 2018 and 2020 and will have an art-based, animated storyline, with the characters based on the NHL.

The team said its team will create a character in the game with an “active voice,” so that the player can “express themselves” and “express their emotions,” such as a “happy-go-lucky type of guy.”

The Bing Crosby-Boglets will be the first project in a project called Project Bing.

It will be a collaboration between NHL players, NHL talent, and a major Disney/ABC Studios animation studio, which is currently developing the animated show “Frozen.”

The project has yet to be finalized and will likely be released with the NHL’s upcoming season opener against the Edmonton Oilers on Oct. 19.

The Bing Crosby Boglets project was announced in November and was initially slated to be released in 2019.

The NHL has been working on its own animation studio since the early 2000s, and its goal is to produce an animated series based on a “core team of NHL talent” for the game, which was officially launched in 2010.

The NHL’s official game of the year is the Stanley Cup, and the NHL has partnered with the Walt Disney Studios to produce “The Winter Olympics,” which is expected to be one of the most successful productions of the Olympics, as well as the most expensive television show ever.

The Bing-Dobes project is expected for release in 2019, with Disney’s “Frosty the Snowman” and Pixar’s “Up” being among the most recent animated films to be produced.