The NHL is looking to encourage players to make a positive impact on their teammates.
In an effort to do just that, the league is introducing a new initiative.
Starting this season, players will receive a letter from the league asking them to use it to motivate their teammates during the season.
In the letter, the players will be given two choices: “To help a teammate win a game” or “To give up a goal or save a shot.”
The player will also receive an additional letter that reads, “I want to be a better player for the team and I want to do it with you.”
The letter will be sent to all players at least once a month and will be accompanied by a personal thank you letter.
The players will also get a photo with the letter.
This will be followed by a series of goals for the players to achieve that day.
“The goal of the campaign is to motivate teammates to be better,” NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly told reporters during the announcement.
“The more that you help your teammates, the more you will get rewarded.”
A team could also receive one of three other rewards based on how many goals they achieve during the campaign.
The team that receives the most goals in the campaign will receive the player’s jersey number and the player will be credited with their jersey number for the season.
“There are other incentives, too, like getting your name placed on a jersey for the league or receiving a “team goal” on your home rink.
If the players don’t follow through with the goals, they can ask for a refund.
The league said it will provide a refund to the players in the event they do not reach their goal.
Players are also eligible to receive free games and practice sessions in exchange for their time.
This could be done via the league’s social media channels or through a personal phone call.
The NHL said it has received requests from many different organizations including the National Hockey League Players’ Association, NHLPA, and NHL Foundation.