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The New York Rangers have introduced a new rule for the 2018-19 season, allowing fans to wear their safety shoes in the arena.
The NHL’s safety guidelines say: “Fans should wear their helmets, protective gear, and protective gear with at least one pair of safety shoes at all times, including during game time.”
The league has been cracking down on the wearing of safety boots in recent seasons, but this is the first time fans have been able to wear them on the ice.
It’s a move fans have seen more and more fans embrace since the 2017-18 season, when the league announced that it would be adding a policy banning the wearing in the locker room of safety helmets.
“We’re very pleased that the Rangers have now implemented the new rule,” said Joe Johnston, senior vice president of communications for the NHL.
“This rule, in addition to prohibiting the wearing on the rink of safety gear during the game, also applies to the arena as well as the game.
It is a significant change that we are pleased to have adopted.”
As of Tuesday, fans can now wear their own safety shoes during games as long as they have two pairs of safety-friendly shoes on them.
This means fans can wear their protective gear at home, on the road or even during a road game without breaking the rule.
As the league has become more aggressive about enforcing its new rules, the number of safety fans has skyrocketed.
In the past, fans had to be on the court to see a player or team play and they’d be allowed to wear shoes while they were in the building.
Now, fans are able to walk in the dressing room and take off their shoes in front of the bench without fear of getting fined or ejected.
This is the latest in a long list of changes made to the NHL in recent years.
In October, the league said it would expand its policy to ban the wearing or hiding of personal protective equipment in public, including on the street.
This week, the NHL also announced it was making changes to its safety guidelines to help prevent injuries in the playoffs.
The league’s policy has been in place since 2017 and now fans will be able to take off the shoes and put them on during the off-ice sessions.
It has been a long time coming, and this is only the first step in the league’s commitment to enforcing the new safety rules.