Which NHL players have been the most vocal about their home security needs?
Posted On July 18, 2021
As you read this, the United States government is conducting its latest round of home inspections of all 32 teams.
We will update this story throughout the day.
The league is keeping mum on its findings, but there are a few key takeaways.
The first is that all 32 NHL teams have an “extended security perimeter” around the arenas and locker rooms.
The NBA has been the biggest proponent of this, with all its teams having an enclosed perimeter with guardrails and barbed wire around all its arenas.
The NHL and NBA have been working on a solution for years.
The second is that teams that have experienced issues with players, coaches and others at their home arenas have begun to use their own personal security cameras and security cameras in the concourses of arenas.
This has led to more frequent cameras in locker rooms and a smaller number of cameras outside of locker rooms, which has led more issues for the league.
The third is that the number of teams with cameras has increased to 35.
This is not surprising, as teams have been required to install cameras throughout the season.
It’s a testament to the teams’ commitment to security.
There are also reports that teams have begun installing cameras in some locker rooms to monitor the progress of the team’s players and coaches.
If teams are experiencing issues with security cameras, it’s possible that the cameras might be a contributing factor in those problems.
While these developments have been welcomed, there are also concerns that they will cause more disruptions at games.
There are also some teams that may be able to use cameras as a way to help players and their families.
It’s not yet clear if the league will take steps to limit the use of cameras by its players and teams.
That said, some have said they will, including the players themselves.