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How to stay safe online in 2018

The NHL is working to keep the puck rolling.

Here are some tips for players and fans that will keep the league on the ice.

(USATSI) 1.

Be smart about the game.

This year, the league is using social media to communicate with fans in an effort to keep up with what they are seeing on the big screen and on the mobile apps.

The league has also worked to keep its social media presence in check.

The first social media posts made this week were about the health of star players.

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Keep your social media accounts active.

As the season unfolds, the NHL is starting to add social media capabilities to its games, including Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and YouTube.

Players are also being encouraged to post on social media as a way to connect with their peers.

3.

Don’t forget the NHL’s official Twitter account.

The account will be on Instagram, Instagram and Instagram Stories throughout the regular season and playoffs.

It will also be tweeting on Twitter about the Stanley Cup Playoffs and the upcoming regular season.

4.

The NHL has also created an official hashtag to keep fans on the lookout for the Stanley Cups coming.

That means #StanleyCup.

You can find the hashtag below.

#Stan,Cup,Hockey.

#CupCup #Cups,HockeysHockey #StanleysCup pic.twitter.com/7r2xXyCb5p — NHL (@NHL) April 12, 2019 5.

Make sure you follow your favorite team.

The Stanley Cup champion has a special place in every fan’s heart.

The Chicago Blackhawks and the Boston Bruins will have their respective Cup-related hashtags in the coming days and weeks.

6.

Get to know your favorite players.

For the first time in history, the Stanley Stanley Cup is a televised event.

The following players will be in attendance on Thursday night: Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara; Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa; Philadelphia Flyers forward Wayne Simmonds; Nashville Predators defenseman Ryan Ellis; Pittsburgh Penguins forward Sidney Crosby; Washington Capitals forward Evgeny Kuznetsov; Vancouver Canucks forward Logan Brown; Chicago Wolves forward Ryan Ellis and Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Adam Clendening.

7.

Take the Stanley cup home.

Fans can celebrate with their favorite players, the team and even the players themselves.

Fans will be able to purchase the Stanley cups at various points throughout the week.

The cup will be shown on the giant screen at each home game, including Thursday night.

8.

Take care of your body.

Fans should take care of their bodies.

The hockey players are on a mission to get healthy and keep playing through the season.

If you want to avoid injury, take some time to exercise and keep your eyes on the game and the standings.

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Keep an eye on the standings and make sure you’re in the right place at the right time.

For example, the Philadelphia Flyers will play against the Minnesota Wild on Saturday and the Washington Capitals will host the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday.

The standings will show the Flyers as 2-1-0 and the Capitals as 3-1.

If the Flyers lose both games, they will be eliminated from the playoffs.

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Know what your stats are and don’t let anyone tell you you’re not good enough.

As teams continue to compete, the standings will be revealed and fans will be asked to vote on players who they think should be among the league’s top scorers.

This will be an important time for fans to vote.

11.

Stay active.

The playoff schedule will be released at 10:30 a.m.

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Fans have a lot of things to do on Wednesday night and Thursday, but they will want to be active on social and in their teams’ social media channels.

They can also participate in contests, such as the NHL Stanley Cup and the NHL All-Star Game.

The teams will also have their own official Twitter accounts, and teams will be making sure fans have access to their social media.

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Keep tabs on the teams in the playoffs, too.

Fans may want to follow their team throughout the season and throughout the playoffs as well.

The Pittsburgh Penguins and Boston Bruins have made it a priority to keep their social accounts active throughout the year.

13.

Enjoy the playoffs!

The Stanley Cups will be played in six different cities across the United States on Thursday, April 13.

Fans who want to catch up on the action should follow the teams’ official Twitter feeds and Twitter accounts.

Fans that want to watch the games from home will have to rely on streaming services like HBO GO.

The games will be streamed on the NHL website and on ESPN2.

Fans are encouraged to stay up to date with the playoff schedule.

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Watch the NHL playoffs in HD with the NHL app.

NHL fans can stream the Stanley’s in HD on the app and on TV via DirecTV Now and HBO GO as well as on the official NHL app, which will also stream the games on