NEW YORK — NHLPA Executive Director Don Fehr said Monday that the league’s new tools will provide a more unified platform for all parties to provide tools that help players improve.
Fehr told reporters that the tools will be developed collaboratively with the NHL Players Association.
The NHLPA is working with NHLPA members, league teams, the NHL Player’s Association and others on the new tooling.
Fehr did not give a specific timeframe for the development of the tools.
The new tools have already been implemented on NHL teams.
Fehrer said the league will implement the new tools “in the coming weeks.”