Weed Gummies Helped NHL Players Survive a Gruelling Stint in the Bubble

Article by David Yasvinski, Grow Op

NEWS Weed gummies helped NHL players survive a gruelling stint in the bubble "It wasn’t a ‘Let’s get high as s–t and do nothing all day.’ It was more of a recovery sense or to fall asleep after a game" By David Yasvinski Anthony Cirelli #71 of the Tampa Bay Lightning and Jonas Siegenthaler #34 of the Washington Capitals collide along the boards during the third period in Game One of the Eastern Conference Qualification Round prior to the 2020 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Scotiabank Arena on August 03, 2020 in Toronto, Ontario. Andre Ringuette/Freestyle Photo/Getty Images NHL players survived the monotony of two months in isolation the same way as a large segment of their fanbase — with a little assist from booze and cannabis.

NHL players survived the monotony of two months in isolation the same way as a large segment of their fanbase — with a little assist from booze and cannabis.

With the Stanley Cup Final between Dallas and Tampa Bay well underway, NHL players are opening up — anonymously, of course — on what life away from their families was like in one of the league’s two bubbles. Players were initially stationed in either Edmonton or Toronto, but as the competition whittled down to four contenders, the Western city became the only remaining site.

The consensus? It hasn’t been easy.

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