The NHL and it's COVID protocols have come under some heavy criticism recently from players. 

Taylor Hall and Alex Killorn both made headlines recently when they bashed the time off and how the situation is being handled. 

Philadelphia Flyers' young goalie Carter Hart experienced it recently and called the protocols a joke. 

"Guys are testing positive with no symptoms or mild symptoms. I mean, the league's got to find a way to change that. We're either going to keep playing shorthanded all season long or games are going to keep getting postponed. I think's a joke. It's got to change."

Flyers' forward Scott Laughton went through it recently as well and also expressed frustration. 

"I had no symptoms, was really surprised that I tested positive," Laughton said Monday. "You just try and follow the league protocols and go through it, but yeah, it's frustrating. It's a tough situation in the world right now and nothing you can do about it."

The Flyers are currently without Claude Giroux, Ivan Provorov, Nick Seeler and Jackson Cates because of COVID protocol. 

What do you think of Hart's comments?