NHL players will soon be able to share photos and videos with their fans via a new photo album for their own enjoyment and that of the team they are playing for.
The new NHL Photo Album feature, which debuted in November, allows players to send an image or video from their personal camera to anyone who has an account with the NHL account, NHL.com has learned.
This photo album will allow fans to add a photo to their favorite teams photos and video boards, the team will post a photo from the photo album on their personal Twitter and Instagram accounts, or the player will add it to their Instagram and Facebook pages.
Players can use the new photo albums for three days per year, and the photo albums will be available for free for a limited time, beginning Oct. 17.
The NHL has said that the new feature is not meant to replace existing social media platforms, which are available to the public.
It’s intended to allow fans of the NHL to keep up with the players and their team by allowing them to interact with the player’s personal Instagram and Twitter accounts.
For example, players can post photos and even videos from their photo albums and share them with their followers.
Players can also make their own private Instagram account with their own images.
The NHL has stated that players can share their own personal Instagram photos with their account or with fans who have a member account.
In addition, fans can post their own personalized photo albums from the NHL.
Fans can share photos of themselves with the account, and even post their personal video from the account.
Fans are able to choose which team they want to share their photo album with and which photo will be included.
This new photo library allows fans to keep track of the players progress through the season.
The league will allow players to post a video and video of their games.
The photo albums are available for a $9.99 purchase per year.
Players will have the option to add their own custom photos to the photo library, as well.
The photo library will be updated every Tuesday at 6:00 a.m. and will remain available through Nov. 1.