What’s in the future for Clarinet?

With Clarinett and the Blues scheduled to play in a two-game series on Sunday against the St. Louis Blues at Staples Center, the club is exploring the possibility of playing another series in the NHL’s future.

In terms of the future of the Clarinets season, the team’s executive vice president of business development and operations, Matt Dominguez, said the team is actively exploring what might be the best course of action for the season.

“I think we’ve talked to a number of teams, obviously,” Domingue said.

“We have been in touch with some teams about playing this game.

We’ve also been in contact with the players.

“And so we’re looking at a number, but I think the best way to look at it is we are looking at what would be the most optimal way to move forward for our season and then we’ll look at that, but right now we’re actively exploring it. “

We’re not out there making decisions right now, but we’re in conversations with a number. “

And so we’re looking at a number, but I think the best way to look at it is we are looking at what would be the most optimal way to move forward for our season and then we’ll look at that, but right now we’re actively exploring it.

We’re not out there making decisions right now, but we’re in conversations with a number.

We have a few different teams in that conversation, and then obviously we’ll talk about it in the next couple of weeks.”

The Clarinetts are currently tied for fourth place in the Eastern Conference with 59 points, with eight points behind the St Louis Blues.

Domingued also said there is some optimism that the Clarnetts will qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

“Absolutely, we are confident,” Damingue said of the team having a good chance to get into the playoffs.

We want to continue to grow, and that’s what we’re going to do.””

Right now, we’ve got a lot of young guys and we’re really excited about them.

We want to continue to grow, and that’s what we’re going to do.”