How to stream the NHL in ANSI C# using email encoding

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NHL.com has released an article on how to stream NHL games in ANSIS using email.

In order to use the API you will need to have an email address and the Microsoft Azure Active Directory account.

It’s recommended that you create an account with Microsoft and log in with your Microsoft account.

Once you’ve done that, you’ll be able to access the API and send and receive emails.

Microsoft Azure Active Storage will automatically create the email address for you and you’ll also have to sign in using that account.

The process is pretty straight forward, but I’d like to share a few tricks for making your own account and signing in.

The first thing you’ll need to do is sign up for an Azure account.

Go to the Azure portal, select the account you want to use and select Create a new account.

Then click Create.

You can also sign up to the account with a free trial of the Azure Active directory service.

To sign up, click Create and fill out the required information and choose the Azure account you would like to sign up with.

Once you have an account, you can sign in with it.

Select the Azure credentials that you want and click the Sign in button.

Your account should now be created and you can start using the API.

If you don’t have an Azure Active Access account, then you can create one by going to your account settings and clicking Manage Azure Active access account.

You’ll need the following credentials:Microsoft Azure account for your email accountMicrosoft Azure access key that you will use to sign into your account.

For the best experience, we recommend using an account that you can log into via Microsoft Teams.

If you don´t have an existing Microsoft account, just create a new one and log into your team account through that.

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