The NHL is taking a hard look at the hair styles on players and coaches.
According to a memo sent to the league by the NHL Players’ Association, the league is going to take a hard, objective look at haircuts on its players and teams.
The memo also says the league will review the haircut and grooming practices of the NHL’s franchises.
In the memo, the NHLPA said the league has already received a number of complaints from the players about the hair style on its teams.
“There have been multiple instances where the hair styling and grooming of our players and staff is poor, inconsistent and inconsistent,” the memo reads.
“Players have complained about the excessive hair styling that is seen on their uniforms, and the way their hair is styled.
In some cases, players have been denied hair grooming because they have not paid for hair styling.”
According to the memo and the league, there are numerous complaints that players’ haircuts have been inappropriately styled.
Players have been asked to change their hairstyles to “fit in with the rest of the team” or to wear a “no hair” haircut, the memo says.
The NHL is also considering whether to introduce “haircut quotas” to make it easier for teams to meet a goal of having 10% of players wear a haircut.
“The goal of our haircut quotas is to ensure that players and the rest to be part of our team look good and are in good shape,” the NHL said in the memo.
“We understand that it can be challenging to maintain good grooming practices, and we have implemented some additional initiatives to help improve the overall look of our league and its players.”
It also says there have been instances where players have shaved their heads or parted their hair and it is not clear why players have received haircuts that are inconsistent with their hairstyle.
The memo also said the NHL has asked the league’s teams to adopt a “hair cut policy that encourages good grooming of the entire player base and that ensures good hair styling is used throughout the season.”
“Players should feel confident that their hairstylist will do a good job, and should be comfortable in the knowledge that they will not be fined if they do not adhere to the hair cut policy,” the league memo says, adding that the league plans to “address” any concerns about the hairstyles.
“We appreciate the players’ concerns and are working to address the issue.
We want to ensure we are all on the same page when it comes to hairstyles and grooming.
Our team and players are looking forward to sharing our thoughts with the league and our players, as well as our players,” NHL spokesman Brian Brown said in a statement.