With the NHL’s electric car program winding down, one of the biggest questions heading into the 2019-20 season is whether the sport will see any more power from lithium-ion batteries.
In some ways, it’s already happening.
As of Monday, the New York Islanders were the only NHL team to use a lithium-ION battery.
Last week, the Philadelphia Flyers used a hybrid lithium-air battery.
But the batteries aren’t exactly standard equipment in the league.
The league’s battery standards are for an internal combustion engine and an internal-combustion engine only.
The new battery standards put out by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration require that the batteries must be the same size, weight and be capable of producing power over a distance of 30 miles.
For the New England Patriots, the battery they have on the roster is an 8 kWh lithium-iron phosphate (LiFePO4) battery.
It’s a battery that the team used in its win against the Buffalo Bills last year.
The Patriots also had a 7 kWh battery in its lineup before the 2017 season.
The team has since replaced that battery with a 9 kWh battery, which has the same specifications as the 7 kWh unit.
The battery has been in use for the team since April.
But it’s the first battery the team has used since the 2017 regular season.
That year, the Patriots used an 8.4 kWh battery for their road trip to Los Angeles, which is about 2.5 miles away from the practice facility.
It was the first time the team had used a battery since the 2016 season.
The Patriots also ran a 5 kWh battery that was used for their game against the Los Angeles Rams.
It wasn’t used during the game because it was too hot and the batteries overheated.
They then had another battery installed in their training facility to run during warm-ups.
The New England battery is an improvement over the older batteries that the league is replacing.
The battery was originally a 2 kWh unit that was sold for about $400,000.
That battery is the same type that the New Orleans Saints had in its training facility.
They sold that battery to the Chargers for $3 million last summer.
The Chargers and Chargers are using the same batteries.
The Chargers’ battery has the exact same specifications, including the same battery size and weight, and it has been tested by the league’s safety and performance teams.
But this battery was also installed in the Chargers’ training facility, which means the Chargers don’t have to use it.
The other battery in the Patriots’ roster is the 9 kWh one that they used in the win against Buffalo.
That 9 kWh unit is now the one that the Patriots are using.
The New England team said it will be used for the remainder of the regular season and the playoffs, though it will likely not be used on the road trip.
The 9 kWh batteries that they are using are in the same category as the Chargers, so they are interchangeable, and both are available from a number of sources.
The batteries come in 8 kWh, 9 kWh, 12 kWh and 15 kWh sizes.
There is a 10 kWh unit, and the 9th battery, known as a 14 kWh, is only available from the company that makes them, Sanyo.
They have been available since the 2015-16 season.