Which NHL players will burn candles in the locker room during the Stanley Cup playoffs?

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Find out in this installment of NHL TV Insider, as we reveal which NHL players are burning candles in their locker rooms and what they might do if their teams need them.

“I’ll be the first one to admit I love candlelighting, especially in the playoffs,” said forward Patrick Maroon, who has a collection of more than 70,000 candles.

“But you’ve got to remember, it’s only a candle and not a real flame.

It’s the first thing that comes to mind when you look at it.””

It’s something I’m trying to do, but I’m not sure how well it’s going to go.

I think I’ll have to wait and see how it goes.”

Maroon said his team has more than 80,000 candle holders in their dressing room.

“If you’re in a building and you see a lot of candles, you know, you think it’s nice.

But the truth is, we don’t want people to see it,” he said.

“We just want to keep it out of our eyes.

I just think it adds something.

So if you’re a team that’s thinking about having a candle lit on the ice, you might want to make sure you have a candle holder with you.”

If you have an ice cold beverage, you can order one of those coolers at any of the game’s concession stands.

If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, there’s also an inflatable candle.

“We have an inflatable candle.

We do have some other things that are fun and unique that you can do,” said defenseman Adam Foote, who owns a collection worth more than 60,000.

“Some people love to have a torch in their room, so we do have a little torch in there.”

There are also the usual accessories for candle lighting, like glow sticks, candles, lanterns, firecrackers and ice buckets.

“You just go in there and put a candle in it and you can light up a room,” said Foote.

“It’s cool.

It keeps people going.””

The key thing is to have fun and have a good time,” Maroon added.

“And I’m glad I’m the one lighting it.”

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