The NHL announced Tuesday it has partnered with the PokerStars online poker tournament service to offer free Strip Poker tournaments throughout the NHL season.
Free Strip Poker (FSP) tournaments are open to all NHL teams, with the exception of the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The NHL is also offering free Strip poker tournaments for the first three weeks of the season.
The NHL is offering free strips tournaments for all of its NHL teams through its PokerStars and PokerStars Live streaming services beginning on March 4.
This includes the first two rounds of the 2016-17 season.
Players who are not in the NHL, but are able to participate in a free Strip tournament in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Australia will receive a voucher for a free strip poker tournament.
Players who are also in the US, Canada and Mexico will receive the same voucher.
Players participating in the free Strip tournaments will have to be over 21 years old, or 21 and older in their home country.
This voucher will be valid for one year.
The Free Strip Poker is the latest in a series of initiatives the NHL is making to give its players the best poker experience possible, including a new suite of free live streaming video games and other exciting events.
The league also is looking to expand its partnerships with more poker players around the world, including offering a “PokerStars to Your Home” program for local poker players.
The NFL has not yet announced the opening date of its free Strip and Poker events.