The new NHL Players Handbook contains more detailed information on the skin and color of every player in the league, including: A player’s natural skin tone, which is based on his or her race and height, hair color, skin tone and the number of years of exposure to the sun.
Players will be able to find information on skin and skin pigmentation, and on skin pigments in the NHL Players Manual.
The manual also provides more information on how the players’ skin tones and skin color are affected by various skin disorders, including rosacea and retinitis pigmentosa.
The players’ natural skin color is a key part of what makes them unique.
The Players Handbook is a detailed look at what makes a player special and what makes him or her special.
The new Players Handbook has more information about what makes each player unique, including how they are more likely to be the target of physical or emotional abuse, how their natural skin is affected by certain conditions, and how the effects of aging affect their skin.