NHL teams will move to “Bubble” over the weekend.
through continuing 24 NHL teams have continued to prepare for training camps this week.
All teams have so far practiced in their own cities. This coming Sunday, July 26, the teams will move to Bubbles, Edmonton and Toronto for follow-up games.
Western Conference follow-up games will be played in Edmonton and Eastern Conference follow-up games in Toronto. In Edmonton, all matches will be played from the conference finals.
In the bubble, the restrictions are strict. The clubs have reserved hotels near the arenas and the area is isolated for players and NHL club staff.
At their best, players will spend isolated hotel and hall life for the next two months in the tube if the season continues until the Stanley Cup final series.
For the Winnipeg Jets paint cannon To Patrik Laine ascetic hotel life seems appropriate. At least the Tampere resident does not stress about hotel death.
On Thursday, Laine was told what he was going to take with him to Bubble. The list was short.
– Just my game console. That’s really all. And a toothbrush, Laine announced Winnipeg Sunin by.
The Jets continue through Edmonton, where it will face the Calgary Flames in a qualifying round. The match series is solved with the best of five system.
Laine, 22, who has played through the strong season, is one of the key players in the Jets at the peak of the season, but so far the Finnish star has been holding high expectations.
At the start of training camp, Laine “couldn’t imagine playing a playoff game in two weeks,” but in the second week of training camp, the sound on the clock has changed a bit.
– I’m just trying to get my legs and arms working again. It’s definitely closer than last week, but there’s still work to be done as always, Laine said.
Laine scored 28 goals and 63 points in the regular season of 68 matches. Tesoma’s cannon has finished a total of 138 goals in 305 regular season matches over four NHL seasons.