It’s almost time to watch a Stanley Cup final!

The NHL’s mirror is officially ready for use in the playoffs. 

And it’s not a hockey mirror. 

It’s a laser pointer, and it works! 

The Mirror of Love, the NHLs latest addition to the league, is being launched with a launch event in Toronto on Sunday, May 17th, at 11:00 am ET. 

The NHL announced the Mirror of Light on May 7th, as part of the league’s $1 billion NHL Heritage Fund. 

Its designed to be used during and after the Stanley’s Cup final, and is designed to reflect the image of the Cup on a regular-sized sheet of plastic. 

With the Mirror, the league will be able to “show the Stanley and its teams how their Stanley Cup is celebrated, in a way that’s never been done before.” 

The league also announced a new laser pointer to go along with the Mirror: a laser-pointer mirror that uses the same technology as the NHL�s Mirror of love. 

 The Laser-Pistol Mirror is a laser projector that uses a special laser to shoot a laser beam at a laser point. 

While the Mirror will be a regular sized laser pointer mirror, the Laser-Pointer Mirror is smaller, weighing just 4 ounces. 

When used correctly, the laser pointer mirrors can produce images that can look very similar to those of the Stanley. 

As with the NFL’s Mirror of Hope, there is a $1 million prize pool for this technology to go toward. 

This will mark the second time the NHL has announced the creation of a new technology to support the Stanley cup, after its $1.1 billion Stanley Cup Vision program. 

We�ve already seen this technology used in the NHL, with the Las Vegas Sparks using it to highlight the league�s championship game in 2015, and the New York Islanders using it in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. 

For more on the NHL and the 2018-19 NHL season, check out our upcoming coverage.