How to react when you’re stuck on a team? Part 1
I was able to get a feel for some of the more common things that have happened while being stuck on an NHL team.
Here are a few things I learned along the way.1.
The first thing you need to do is get on the plane.
It’s a great idea to get on a plane if you’re in a situation where you need help, but if you don’t you will find yourself stuck in the middle of a conversation.2.
You’ll want to be patient.
Even if you can’t be in the car with your teammates, you can try to make friends on the team plane and see if they want to play games.3.
If you’re getting stuck in traffic, don’t try to find a way out of it.
You can still get a chance to get back on the bus and go home.4.
Try to get to the right hotel.
It can be hard to tell when you’ll be able to find the right room, so try to avoid trying to sleep in the same hotel as your teammates.5.
Keep an eye on the weather.
The weather can vary from the clear, cool afternoon in Toronto to a drizzly, thunderstorm in Vancouver.6.
When you’re sitting in the bus, don�t look at the people sitting next to you.
Look at the scenery.
Don�t pay attention to how people are talking or how the music plays.7.
Don’t be discouraged if you think you won�t be able do anything.
Even when things don�ts seem hopeless, the best thing to do in this situation is to stay positive and continue to move forward.8.
Get yourself to a hotel near your friends.
If the weather is clear and the bus is parked near your teammates at a hotel, make sure you make sure to stay out of the rain.9.
Take a walk.
It may seem like a lot, but the more time you spend outdoors, the more you can enjoy the weather and the greater your chances of getting some good sleep.10.
Remember to wear your hockey jersey.
You should always have it on you at all times.
If it�s cold outside, try to keep it in your bag.
If rain is coming, put it on your back so you can get some extra dry air.