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BRUINS HEAD COACH BRUCE CASSIDY HAS NO COMPLAINTS ON LIFE IN THE BUBBLE

The Boston Bruins, along with many other teams, just arrived in Toronto for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, where they will all be staying at the Hotel X. According to head coach Bruce Cassidy, it is a very good set up for everyone who will be required to stay in the bubble.

“No complaints,” said Cassidy. “Lots of good views, a pool on the roof, room to socially distance. There’s a place for basketball, a golf simulator, which I like, and the food is great.”

Early on, it appears the NHL has done a fantastic job in terms of planning for both the hub cities in Edmonton and Toronto. As it just came out the other day, there have been no positive COVID-19 tests amongst the players in quite some time, and by all accounts the players and coaches alike seem happy with the setup, along with the measures the league has taken to make sure they are safe. Compare this to the MLB, who has already having outbreaks of the virus throughout the league, and it is clear the NHL has done this the right way.



Assuming everyone in the bubble is able to remain healthy, the playoffs are set to begin Saturday. While the future remains unknown, everything right now appears to be very promising. The fact that many have said they are quite happy with the setup they are living in is also a positive sign, as it makes it less likely anyone will try to sneak away from the bubble.

COLTON PANKIW
JULY 28, 2020  (12H44)
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