The NHLPA, which has a long history of support for piracy, has recently come under fire from fans and critics who believe the league should support VPNs, and therefore proxies.
The union recently released a statement that stated that they are committed to providing the NHL with the best possible solution to combat illegal downloading.
The statement reads: “In addition to providing professional protection to players and players’ families, we believe that our players and their families should be able to access the NHL’s digital media platforms and content at any time.
In order to provide the NHL fans with the content they want, we are committed in the long term to providing our players with the tools they need to get the best digital content.”
The statement also states that they want the NHL to offer “full, unaltered access to NHL games, including to their online streaming and downloading.”
The NHL is already offering its own VPN service, which allows players to access its streaming and download services.
The NHL is also working with VPN providers to provide full access to their service, including streaming of the games, in addition to access to the NHL website.
However, the union has not specified how the VPN will work.
The league is currently working on a new service that will offer all of its games on the internet and all of their streaming and downloads on demand.
The union has previously said it wants to be the one to set the standard for professional protection for its players.
The players are the ones who should be paying for that protection.
But they are not.
If they are paying, it should be the league that pays for the protection, not the NHL.