The NHL’s health department has identified an issue with the safety of players’ body equipment that could have an impact on their ability to perform.

The NHL says in a statement that the players’ safety was a priority in designing the league’s equipment program.

The league is conducting a thorough analysis of the issue and will provide additional information in the coming days.

The issue has been identified as an issue related to the safety and performance of player equipment, the league says.

It is important to note that the health of our players is our top priority and we will continue to address this issue as needed.

Players will not be required to wear the equipment for the duration of the investigation, which could last up to two weeks.

The NHL will share more information about the investigation when it is complete.

This isn’t the first time a player has had the issue.

In 2011, a player who played in the 2011-12 season was diagnosed with an injury to the upper body that was suspected of being caused by improper use of an undergarment.

The player was suspended indefinitely, which was later reduced to a six-game suspension.