It would be tempting for National Hockey League teams to make life as miserable as possible for visiting opponents by offering shoddy locker room conditions and fitness facilities that offer little more than a couple Shake Weights and an Abdoer.
Maybe that’s why the league’s collecting bargaining agreement stipulates that the following fitness equipment be offered at all NHL rinks.
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