http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TEAM1040-Middays/~3/eOddl_Ol4rs/Sekeres_and_Price_October_8th_Hour_4~.mp3 Matt Sekeres did a great interview with the Canucks sleep doctor, talking about his company and the deal the Canucks have with them. Couple Quick Points 1) Canucks have exclusive rights in the NHL. (They've been asked by other teams) 2) Mavericks, Sounders and one un-named NFL team also use the same technology and program the Canucks use. Now for the meat of why I created the thread. During the lockout I had a thought that the NHLPA should be working towards getting rid of as many back to back games in different cities as they can as it just seemed to be a performance and health issue. According to the Pat Byrne (the Sleep Doctor) the NHL doesn't allow teams to fly on the same day of a game. The science shows flying right after a game to get to another city for a game the next day, is worse for the players health and performance than flying day of. This leaves me with two questions 1) Why doesn't the NHL allow teams to travel day of the game? 2) Will the NHLPA ever take a stand on back to back games in different cities?