HONOLULU — The NHL has announced it’s going to audit its “seo auditor” program, which is designed to track the performance of teams in the regular season, and has set the goal of auditing the teams this season.
The auditing program was developed to ensure that teams are not playing games that have been cancelled, and that the players are being paid fairly for their work in the playoffs.
The league’s senior vice president of operations and hockey operations said the goal is to make sure players receive fair compensation for their contributions in the NHL.
“We’ve made a commitment to ensure we are going to do an audit on the regular-season, and we will have it done as early as possible,” said NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly.
“We are going through the process and I don’t want to give any timetable on when it’s done, but we are committed to doing that.”
The NHL is already auditing its own regular-Season schedule.
The NHL has a special audit committee comprised of league officials, players and owners that meets with every team during the regular and post-season to discuss possible improvements to the regular schedule.
In the past, the NHL has audited its regular-seasons schedule.
That audit resulted in an agreement with the league to increase the number of games each team played from 82 regular-round games to 100.