The NHL has been plagued by the issue of plastic players for years, and the league is working to get players to use more plastic.
In a report this week, the league revealed that it has reached out to a range of organizations, including NHL players’ union and the NHL Players Association, to try and address the issue.
The NHL also announced plans to expand its plastic collection program, which includes the collection of used gear, a new collection for children and a new effort to help players understand how to handle plastic.
Here’s a look at the top 10 teams and the number of plastic items in their equipment.
Top 10 teams: Los Angeles Kings (1,929)The Kings are the first team to have a full-time player-coach since the NHL returned to the league in 2004.
This is the team that brought in head coach Darryl Sutter, who took over in March after Scott Gomez was fired.
The Kings are also the first to have an NHL veteran player coach, Mike Johnston, who joined the team after playing for the Dallas Stars.
John’s experience with the Kings will be invaluable for the team’s new-look team.
Los Angeles also has the NHL’s best record, tied with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Top 5 teams: Dallas Stars (3,062)Dallas has the third-most plastic players in the league, with more than 13,000 items in its equipment.
The Stars have been trying to get some of those items to wear out by offering them to players who don’t need them.
“We’ve been trying for years to get the players to wear them out,” Stars head coach Lindy Ruff said.
“They’ve done a great job of doing that, but I think there’s still some that are not.
So we’re working on that right now.
And we’re just hoping to get as many of those as possible to wear.
So it’s something we’ve got to continue to get rid of, because I think we’re going to see a lot more players with their hockey gear, and hopefully it’s going to wear a little bit better.”
The Stars are also one of the only teams in the NHL to have players wear helmets.
The team has an equipment manager, Scott Hamilton, who will be responsible for finding new ways to help prevent players from wearing helmets.
Top 6 teams: Pittsburgh Penguins (1)The Penguins have the NHL-best record and third-best goal differential in the entire league, according to the NHL.
That is despite having the second-worst team save percentage.
Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury is the only goalie to not have a winning record, and he is the first goalie to win two Vezina Trophies in the past three seasons.
Pittsburgh also has a veteran head coach in Mike Johnston.
Top 8 teams: New York Islanders (2,087)New York is also the only team to start a new era of player-recovery efforts, with former general manager Ron Hextall taking over after Scott Graves was fired in March.
New York also has one of NHL’s top defensive lines, with Brian Strait, Anthony Beauvillier and Mark Streit all returning.
It also has two former All-Stars, forward Michael Grabner and goalie Rob Blake, who were all drafted in the first round.
Top 12 teams: Chicago Blackhawks (1)(3)The Blackhawks are among the teams with the best records in the League, as they have the third best goal differential and fourth-best save percentage in the whole league.
That includes goalie Corey Crawford, who had an incredible rookie season in 2013-14, when he was named the NHL Rookie of the Year.
Crawford is also in the top four for career wins with a team-leading 469, and also has led his team to the Stanley Cup Final five times.
Chicago also has some of the best young players in hockey.
“I think it’s just a matter of getting it out there,” Blackhawks defenseman Jonathan Toews said.
The Blackhawks also have a new equipment manager in Scott Young, who has been in charge of the Blackhawks’ new-style equipment.
Chicago has a reputation for its aggressive defensive style.
Top 14 teams: San Jose Sharks (1.5)(2)(3)(4)(5)(6)(7)(8)(9)(10)(11)(12)(13)(14)(15)(16)(17)(18)(19)(20)(21)(22)(23)(24)(25)(26)(27)(28)(29)(30)(31)(32)(33)(34)(35)(36)(37)(38)(39)(40)(41)(42)(43)(44)(45)(46)(47)(48)(49)(50)(51)(52)(53)(54)(55)(56)(57)(58)(59)(60)(61)(62)(63)(64)(65)(66)(67)(68)(69)(70)(71)(72)(73)(74)(75)(76)(77)(78)(79)(