The NHL has released a leaked list of the passwords used by players in their respective teams, but the database contains only names and nicknames.
It was made available to the media on Wednesday afternoon and is based on the NHL Players’ Association’s list of leaked player passwords, which was released earlier this week.
The list contains names and details of players in the National Hockey League, the National Football League, Major League Soccer, the American Hockey League and the American Professional Hockey League.
Players in the Canadian Hockey League are not included in the list.
Players are listed on the list using their current and last names.
Players have to change their passwords at least once before their last day of the season, according to the NHL.
The list of passwords included on the leaked list includes names and the last name of every player in the league, with a link to a database listing the passwords of players on a team.
Players were also given links to the password database and instructions for changing their passwords.
One of the names in the database appears to be a reference to the popular film “Jurassic Park,” with a reference number of 707-D7.
The database contains a link that says: “Please check this website periodically for the latest version of the password recovery software.”
A second link says, “Please note: The password is not safe to use for any purpose.
The password may be changed by you after a short period of time.
Please remember to reset your password on your computer when not using it.”
Players are not required to change passwords to the database after they leave the league.
The NHL Players Association has said it will take steps to ensure players’ passwords are safe, including providing the names of players who are banned from the league in the next 24 hours.
The players’ association released a statement saying that the players are aware that the database has been leaked and that they have contacted the league to inform them of the information.
The league said it was “aware” of the leak and will be reviewing the information to see if it complies with league rules.