NHL Players protest Trump immigration restrictions

Players from the National Hockey League and the American Hockey League took to the ice for a protest of President Donald Trump’s immigration restrictions Friday night in the Los Angeles area.

The protest was held in front of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) headquarters, where members of the players’ union held signs reading “No Ban, No Wall” and “No deportations.”

“We are here because of the ICE crackdown on ICE agents, and the president’s continued support of this crackdown,” said a sign on the ice.

“Our goal is to make this a one-day event.

We will continue to hold our protests until ICE is fully dismantled.

This is a one day protest.

We are here to tell the president that we are going to keep our protests and protest in L.A.””

The protest is a peaceful demonstration and we don’t want to have any disruption,” said NHL player and union organizer Tom McCollum.”

We’re here because we know that ICE is out to get us.

We’re here to say we don’s have a place in America.

We need to have a country.””

This is the last chance to stop them.

We can’t stand by and watch them continue to take our families away and keep us here,” said Eric Fehrnstrom, who played in the 1980s and played for the New Jersey Devils.

He added that he was glad to see the NHL Players Association (NPA) “have the courage” to stand with the players.

“The NPA is standing with us.

The players have been in the forefront for immigrants and the immigrant community.

They have fought for our rights,” said Fehrnsstrom.

“I am here because I know that the NPA has a chance to make a difference and we need them to.”

The protest came a day after a Trump administration crackdown on the country’s undocumented immigrants was announced in an executive order.

The order halted entry of immigrants and refugees, and blocked all travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, including Iran, Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen.

“This executive order is the culmination of an anti-immigrant and anti-immigration campaign that has been in place for a long time.

We’ve been told by our administration that they’re going to be taking us to court.

They don’t seem to believe that,” said Kate Steinle, who was shot by a San Francisco-area undocumented immigrant in 2015 and who was later deported to Mexico.”

They’re taking away our families, they’re taking our jobs, they are taking our security, and they’re putting a lot of people in jail.

It is very hard to believe.”

The ICE arrests that led to the protests are not the first time the league and the NHLPA have been targeted by the administration.

The league and league owners last year signed a deal that made the players more accountable for their actions.

“I am not going to sit here and let this happen again,” said McCollus.

“This is not a time to let the president off the hook.

It’s a time for everyone to step up and do what’s right.

We have a job to do and we have a responsibility to the people of this country.”

A statement from the NHL said that it was working with the union to make the protests more “peaceful.”

“As we know, the American people have a right to a fair, level playing field in the country,” said the statement.

“That includes the ability to come and play in our sport.

We encourage our players to engage in peaceful protest as part of the NHL’s commitment to respect our community.”