In a recent statement, the National Hockey League Players Association (NHLPA) said it wants to ensure that its own NHL-branded mobile apps can be used on mobile devices.
The statement comes a few months after the NHLPA launched its own mobile advertising service.
The NHLPA also said that it plans to develop “a suite of new apps that will allow players to interact with fans, promote their business, or conduct business with partners and sponsors.”
The NHL’s mobile apps are owned by Verizon, which owns both the Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals, and Comcast, which also owns the New York Rangers.
The league also has an NHL-branded app for iPhone, Android, iPad, and Google Chrome, but those apps are currently limited to the NBA, NFL, and MLB apps.
The teams also have an NHL mobile app, but that is also not currently available on mobile.
The app is currently limited exclusively to the NHL teams and only includes video clips of the games played on the ice.
The apps are available for both Android and iOS devices.
“We will work to provide our users with more apps that are more tailored to their specific needs, and that are available to the players, as well as their fans, as they see fit,” the statement reads.
In addition to the app, the NHL also recently announced that the league is also working with Amazon to allow users to pay with their smartphone.
The League also plans to offer a suite of apps for smartphones.
In a statement, Verizon spokesperson Kevin O’Donnell said, “We’re very pleased to be working with the NHL on this.
We’re confident that this partnership will enable more fans to get access to all the content on the NHL mobile platform, including live scores, team photos, team logos, and player bios.
We look forward to bringing our app to millions of Android and Apple mobile users soon.”
The statement also says that the NHL has “exemplary relationships” with a number of major companies.