The NHL and its NHLPA have teamed up to provide the walk-in codes that fans can use to log onto the NHL Network.
The NHLPA will provide the code in a separate code-protected box that players and fans can enter and log into using their existing account or the one they already have.
The code can be entered at the NHL Store, where players will have to enter the code on a separate device, and can be used to log into NHL.com, NHL.ca, NHL mobile, NHL app and NHL games.
The walk-ins will be valid for 12 months from the date of purchase and can only be redeemed by players or their agents, according to the NHLPA.
A valid walk-indicator device will be required to receive the code.
The codes will expire June 1.
The NHL has been working on the codes for some time.
In 2015, the NHL launched its new walk-through technology, which is similar to that used by cable and satellite companies to make their content available to the public.
The walk-thru technology allows fans to enter information into a smartphone app, like the NHL’s NHL.tv or NHL.co.uk, on the spot.
The new technology also works with NHL mobile and NHL apps, as well as with the NHL store.
“We are very excited to announce that we are working with the players association to bring NHL.TV to a whole new generation of fans,” said NHL commissioner Gary Bettman.
“We have developed a technology that allows us to provide access to the game in a way that no other player, no other company, can.
We are also making it easier for fans to log in to NHL.org, where they can access all of the games they want.
We’re proud to be partnering with the Players Association to bring the walk through technology to fans as well.”
The walkie walkie codes are also available at NHL ticket sites and at the team store in Toronto.