More NHL players join more NHL charities

More NHLers have joined more NHL charitable organizations this year than ever before.

That’s according to a new study by Sportsnet.com.

That is, according to the most recent data available.

The numbers are stunning when compared to previous years, when the league was in the midst of a national recession.

Last year, there were just five players who contributed more to NHL charities than the league had players contributing in 2016.

The NHL was at the time a little more conservative with its charitable contributions, and it’s been that way ever since.

It was only in 2014, though, that it began to actively participate in the NHLPA’s Charities America fund, which allows players to give money to charity.

Since then, it has given more than $15.4 million to charitable organizations.

The data shows that’s up from last year’s $14.8 million.

The NHLPA also has donated more than 1.3 million tickets to games, including this year’s All-Star Game.

The league’s charitable contributions are even higher than that of the National Hockey League Players Association, which gave more than 635,000 tickets.

It is a big jump for the NHL and is certainly the biggest increase for a league that had seen its donations decrease every year.

The number of players donating to charities has increased each year since 2010.

The average number of donations by players in 2016 was 1.2 million.

The league has continued to donate to charity over the years.

Last season, there was an average of 3,800 players donating at least $100,000.

In 2016, there had been an average donation of 4,000 players, up from 3,600.

The biggest increase came in the 2016-17 season when there were 6,000 more players contributing.

The median donation in 2016-19 was $200,000, but that number jumped to $300,000 in the following year.

That means the NHL has donated nearly $300 million to charities since 2010, which is about double the average amount that it donated in each of the previous three seasons.

The most charitable donations are from players who are currently playing in the National League.

That makes up more than 25 percent of all donations, which comes from players in the league’s 15 divisions.

The highest-paying division was the Western Conference, which saw the most contributions from players.

The Pacific Division, which includes Anaheim and Phoenix, had the most donations from players there, with more than 17 percent of the total.

The best-paying NHL division was among the Western teams, where players earned an average $5.2.

The Eastern Conference saw the lowest-paying, at $1.8.

That division had the second-lowest number of contributions, with just 8,000 of its members donating $5,000 or more.

The only division where there was no player who contributed to charity last year was the Pacific Division.

The Western Conference saw an average player donate $3,400, and the Eastern Conference only saw an increase of $200.

That means the league is donating nearly $600 million to charity this year, which makes it the biggest single contributor to the NHL.