NHL fans hoping to live-stream their rinkside experiences will find themselves out of luck. NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly nixed the idea in a memo, spurred by Meerkat and Periscope users who have broadcast footage from inside NHL arenas 'before, during and after' games. He said in the memo, 'Without limiting the generality of the credential language, any streaming of footage in violation of the NHL's Broadcast Guidelines and Media Access Policy is expressly prohibited.
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