When the NHL announced that it would be creating a credit report on the media that included the reporters’ names, it gave reporters an additional incentive to report the same stories and to be willing to work for the league, according to a story in the National Post.
The credit report is mandated by the NHL for all players, coaches and managers who report to the league.
The league wants reporters to be able to tell stories that will make the league more money, according a person familiar with the situation.
But the league says it is not required to provide credit reports.
It does not want the credit report to be viewed as a tool for media to influence players’ careers, said a league source, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
In the NHL’s credit report the names of journalists who report on players or the league will be added to a “media blacklist” and that information will not be shared with anyone except the league and the player’s agent.
The blacklist is also made up of the names and email addresses of those who have “disrespected the integrity of the game,” as well as the names, contact information and phone numbers of those journalists.
In some cases, journalists will be told to stop reporting on the league or its players.
The blacklist also includes names of individuals who have been convicted of criminal offences, the NHL said.
The NHL has said it will not give out information about players’ criminal history unless a journalist is identified.
The NFL, meanwhile, is working with the NHL to implement a credit reporting system similar to that in the NHL, which requires reporters to identify themselves and provide their full name, credit card information, address and email address.
The AP-GfK Credit Report, released last week, said that players who were suspended for violating the league’s personal conduct policy are also required to submit their credit reports every two years.
It also states that if a player is fined for using a social media account that is not owned by the player, the player is also required by the credit card company to file his credit reports and pay the fine.
The report said that some reporters were asked to sign non-disclosure agreements that prohibited them from talking about their jobs.
The National Football League Players Association has said that the players’ union is working to prevent journalists from using the credit reports in any way, including to influence coverage of the league.
“We’re not in favor of any kind of intimidation of reporters, but it does put a burden on reporters to disclose what they’re doing, said David Duke, the former KKK grand wizard who was recently banned from entering the United States.”
This is something that is going to create a lot of conflict in the media world.
“The Associated Press contributed to this report.