Google’s blogg has been pulled from the NHL’s Google Play mobile application after complaints from fans and other users about its content.
The Google Play blogg for hockey is one of the most popular social media platforms for fans to follow their team.
However, it has been banned from showing ads and other links to NHL teams since July 31, according to a blog post by the league on Wednesday.
The blogg had been showing links to several NHL teams’ Twitter accounts on its home page.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said in a blog posting on Wednesday that the blogg would be pulled from NHL apps in the coming days.
“We are disappointed to inform you that Google Play Blogg will no longer be available to use for this app,” Bettman wrote in the blog post.
“Google has removed the Google PlayBlogg service from Google Play, which means that users can no longer see or access the NHL Blogg on Google Play.”
Bettman also said that Google will stop making the blogging service available to Google Play users and will no more offer support for this application on the Play blog.
The NHL is asking fans to send in feedback on the blog.
“The NHL has been reviewing its blog policies and policies related to the use of Google Play blogs,” NHL commissioner Don Fehr said in the post.
“This includes whether we can continue to provide the NHL blog with ad revenue from the blog, whether the NHL will continue to work with Google to continue to integrate Google Play into the NHL app, and how we can ensure the safety and privacy of our fans and players.”
In the blog posts, the NHL and Google discussed the issue.
Bettman also called the move “a positive step.”
Google Play bloggs have been blocked from showing links in NHL apps since July 21, 2017.
Google said that users had complained about the blogs content.
It is unclear what the content of the posts were or how many people complained.
The blogs were created to give fans access to all the latest news from the National Hockey League and NHL teams, along with other sports content.