With their sport on an indefinite pause and everyone in self-quarantine or practicing social distancing, NHL players are starting to get creative with their sudden abundance of free time. Here's a look at what some players have shared on social media to date.
The Florida Panthers netminder kept his glove hand ready while taking in some sun.
Evander Kane put some of his hockey skills to use in a hybrid version of golf and baseball.
The Montreal Canadiens forward showed off a mix of extraordinary hand-eye coordination and balance.
The Anderson brothers took garage hockey to a whole other level, adding the national anthem and some postgame interviews.
P.K. Subban got creative with his fiancee Lindsey Vonn in a home workout.
The Detroit Red Wings forward practiced his stick-handling with a hot commodity.
Nicklas Backstrom switched things up and took on the role of goaltender with his young child.
Cal Clutterbuck praised childcare workers and teachers and demonstrated his dad skills in the process.
The Washington Capitals forward hopped on the Tik-Tok dance trend with the whole family.
Matt Calvert got back to his roots and taught his young kids the joy of mini sticks.
The Toronto Maple Leafs forward is looking for fans to play video games with him while he streams on Twitch.
Speaking of Twitch, these two Boston Bruins teammates spent some time playing Fortnite together Saturday.