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From NHL players tripping at聽Pink Floyd concerts to fatally overdosing Adidas T. J. Oshie Jersey , the substance abuse misadventures of pro pucksters runs the gamut on this sad list of self-destruction. 聽And there may be more tragedy on the way. 聽This past February, a devastating in-depth report was published by Swedish outlet Expressen聽that took an investigative look at the ongoing, insidious spread of hard drugs and excessive drinking that bedevils the sport. One issue is Canada's culture of drinking--as a staggering (pun intended) 80 percent of Canadians imbibe alcohol, and that is certainly is ingrained (once more, pun intended) in the subculture of hockey. 聽Sometimes so much so that is becomes part and parcel of too many players'聽everyday life and routine.

Combine that with the social conformity endemic to the nature of the sport--a "team game" that demands camaraderie Jonathan Drouin Jersey , and being part of that group dynamic means there鈥檚 always a beer in your face (and maybe even a line under your nose). 聽And if you choose not to party along, you could be subject to social ostracization. Especially if you鈥檙e not a high-caliber, and are more marginal, which describes the majority of players on this list, including many enforcers Womens T. J. Watt Jersey , aka "goons" whose bodies took a beating night in, night out. Depression, which is not limited to athletes, also played a role in some of these real-life horror stories.

Let this list serve as a stern reminder to all up-and-coming players to avoid the predictable pratfalls of daily drinking and hard drug use (let alone abuse). However, they should settle for knocking back a craft beer or two. Players should leave 鈥渂umping lines鈥?and 鈥渃hugging Jack鈥?for the frat parties of yesteryear. So here then Cody Eakin Jersey , are 15 lessons to be learned--the hard way:

After the Raiders struck a deal to move to Las Vegas, the owner of the NHL’s Golden Knights didn’t exactly greet them with open arms.

Bill Foley said he thought there were better ways for the city to spend hundreds of millions of dollars than by building a stadium for the Raiders before ending his comments by saying it wasn’t his decision “so I welcome them.” Foley’s team became the first pro team in the big four sports to call Las Vegas home this year and their season is set to continue on Monday in Game One of the Stanley Cup finals against the Capitals.

Foley’s reaction to the Raiders move isn’t stopping them from throwing their support behind their future neighbors. As noted by Arash Markazi of ESPN, the team took out a full-page ad in the Las Vegas Review-Journal聽to channel the late Al Davis and urge the Golden Knights to “Just win, baby.”

Markazi adds that Raiders owner Mark Davis is expected to be in attendance of Monday’s game. He was also courtside for Sunday’s inaugural home game for the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces after the team took out a similar ad welcoming the team to town. That game took place at Mandalay Bay, which is across a freeway from where the stadium the Raiders will call home in 2020.

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