The NHL season takes a toll on the players and when the offseason rolls around, usually players take full advantage by kicking back and relaxing.



Get your hats @journeyrisktrue video cred @madisoncbell #douglas

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Summer program for wrist strengthening, fight a damn dinosaur! What a great day on the Fraser #explorebc

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Don't be fooled by all of the awesome pictures and videos, though. These players are still working extremely hard on and off the ice to get prepared for next season and improve their game.



When @terrellowens breaks your ankles ..... 43 and he should still be playing #fast feet

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P.K. Subban is one of those players, and although he's spent a lot of time travelling and going to awesome events this summer, he's also been putting in a lot of work on the ice in order to help the Predators win a Cup.

That's some impressive edge work from Subban, and if you think that drill is simple to execute, you're sadly mistaken.

Coming off an incredible season from a team perspective, Subban is clearly focused on getting better to help his team come out on top in the Cup final if they make it there again this season.

He's also focused on enjoying the summer, too.



Prettyyyy, prettyyyy good crew 👌🏿 #pkapproved

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