An NHL game is going to be played this week, something a lot of us weren’t sure would not occur again in 2020 back in March. We know this because the 24 teams have made their into their respective bubbles in both Toronto and Edmonton, with the last teams arriving on Sunday night.
Along with the excitement of watching a hockey game in August, fans are eager to get a glimpse into what the players are experiencing inside the NHL hub. Fortunately for them, we live in an age of social media so we have some idea of how the players are adjusting to their new homes
Let’s begin our tour by taking a gander into the set-ups being used at Scotiabank Arena and Rogers Place.
The stages are set #StanleyCup Scotiabank Arena in Toronto Rogers Place in Edmonton pic.twitter.com/7eE4peXBW6
— NHL (@NHL) July 26, 2020
I really like the aesthetic in both arenas and how both have implemented some bells and whistles around the rink. With no fans in attendance, I imagine we will also be seeing unique camera angles that would be otherwise impossible if were during normal times. The players themselves seem to …
Author: Michael Mazzei / The Leafs Nation