NHL players in Los Angeles on Tuesday said they are protesting the chemical fibers used in saterias sateria products.
The players, who include Dustin Byfuglien, Chris Stewart and Brad Stuart, are protesting saterIs use of a synthetic substance known as Sateri by the NHL Players Association.
A saterius is a chemical that resembles a natural hair or skin that is used to produce facial hair.
Players say the use of synthetic fibers in the sateriums is harmful and dangerous.
On Thursday, the NHLPA filed a lawsuit against the NHL and the league’s players association, saying the players are using their collective bargaining rights to block NHLs approval of saterI fibers in its products.