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2-1 on their second to fall into a 2-for-26 slump - elaine95 - ۸-۱۵-۱۳۹۷ ۰۶:۲۳ صبح

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he was eager to avoid painkillers.Early on, marijuana was touted to the enforcer
as a healing option.“I started noticing some therapeutic benefits,” Cote said.
“It helped me sleep, helped with my anxiety and general well-being.”Now a
handful of years into retirement, Cote is a proponent of cannabis and its oils
as an alternative to more addictive drugs commonly used by athletes to play
through pain. Marijuana can be detected in a person’s system for more than 30
days, is banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency without a specific therapeutic
use exemption and is illegal in much of the United States.Canada on Wednesday
will become the largest country in the world to legalize recreational marijuana.
That means it will be available under the law in seven more NHL cities (it’s
been legal to adults in Denver since 2012). The move is a step forward for those
who, like Cote, believe marijuana has been stigmatized and should be accepted as
a form of treatment.“It was so tainted for a long time,” Ottawa Senators forward
Matt Duchene said. “And now people are starting to learn a little bit more about
it and there is definitely some positive uses to different elements of it.”The
NHL and NHL Players’ Association plan no changes to their joint drug-testing
policy, under which players are not punished for positive marijuana tests. It is
the most lenient approach to cannabis by any major North American professional
sports league.“The Substance Abuse & Behavioral Health Program for decades
has been educating players on using drugs, legal or illegal,” Commissioner Gary
Bettman said. “That process will continue and we will consider what changes, if
any, in our program have to be made. But right now, we think based on the
educational level and what we do test for and how we test, at least for the time
being, we’re comfortable with where we are.”While the NFL and NBA can suspend
and MLB can fine players for multiple marijuana infractions, only a
significantly high amount of the drug found in NHL/NHLPA testing triggers a
referral to behavioral health program doctors. Cote estimated about half of
players during his NHL career from 2007-2010 used some sort of cannabis for
medicinal purposes, though players suggest use in hockey currently is lower than
the population at large.More than two dozen U.S. states allow marijuana use for
a variety of ailments, but the federal government has not approved it for any
medical use. Some players have already done research into the benefits of
tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) oils. There’s a curiosity about
whether marijuana could one day replace or limit painkillers like oxycodone,
even if players aren’t yet ready to make that leap.“There’s not a lot of science
out there yet in terms of long-term effects,” said Winnipeg Jets center Mark
Scheifele, who is still on the fence about cannabis use for medical reasons. “I
think it’s something that still needs to be thought really clearly about in
terms of understanding the long-term effects.”Through his Hemp Heals Foundation
and work with Lehigh Valley University in Pennsylvania, Cote is doing his part
to increase the information available. He’s quick to point to studies on
cannabis that suggest it can help people after PTSD or head trauma. And yet he
acknowledges there’s a long way to go.“There’s a lot of different things that
point to the fact that the science is now backing it up,” Cote said. “There’s
probably billions of anecdotal stories, but those don’t mean anything unless
it’s backed by science, unless it follows the order of the way it’s supposed to
be.”Bettman contends the mainstream medical community has not concluded that
cannabis prevents or heals injuries, and said an argument could be made to the
contrary. NHLPA Executive Director Donald Fehr said it’s a subject that is “at
best in its infancy and is going to develop over time.”Given the looming
Wednesday legalization in Canada, the league and u***n opted for education over
policy changes.“What we feel was an important element is at least educating the
players better on the current marijuana landscape both from a legal and illegal
perspective and what’s permitted and not permitted,” Deputy Commissioner Bill
Daly said. “But also ‘What are the products out there?’ because there’s probably
publicly a great misconception of what marijuana is, how it’s used, what it’s
used for to what the reality is.”Players who aren’t yet educated about marijuana
are willing to ask around about potential benefits as more studies are done.“I
say this more talking about the CBD side of it, obviously: You’d be stupid not
to at least look into it,” Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid said. “When
your body’s sore like it is sometimes, you don’t want to be taking pain stuff
and taking Advil all the time. There’s obviously better ways to do it. … You’re
seeing a lot of smart guys look into it. You’re seeing a lot of really smart
doctors look into it. If all the boxes are checked there and it’s safe and
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possibility of experimenting with cannabis extracts is more possible in the NHL
than for players with the NBA’s Toronto Raptors or MLB’s Toronto Blue Jays
because of the regulations in those sports.In the NBA, a second positive test
carries a $25,000 fine and each subsequent test a suspension of five games, then
10 and so on. In baseball, a player on a 40-man roster could be fined up to
$35,000, while a player not on a 40-man roster is subject to a 50-game
suspension for a second positive test and 100 for a third.A Raptors spokeswoman
said it’s business as usual for the team because the new laws in Canada don’t
change NBA drug policy. Blue Jays general manager Ross Atkins also largely
deferred to the league office.“Major League Baseball does a good job on
educating players across the game on risk in and around that,” Atkins said.
“It’s a complex situation that is very personal. I’d need more information to
say if we’d just tolerate it or not.”For now, marijuana is technically a banned
substance as a drug of abuse in the NHL. Cote would love to see marijuana
removed from NHL/NHLPA testing to open the doors to widely accepting it, though
players say it would take years for hockey culture to welcome such a change — if
it ever would.“I played in Colorado where it was legal for a while and I thought
it was going to change society a little bit, and it didn’t, really,” Duchene
said. “I don’t think it’s going to be as big a thing as people might think.”
PHILADELPHIA (AP) While the Philadelphia Flyers couldn’t prevent Patrik Laine
from scoring his 40th goal, they were able to stop everyone else and end their
slide.Claude Giroux and Andrew MacDonald scored in the second period and the
Flyers overcame Laine’s milestone in a 2-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on
Saturday that snapped a five-game losing streak.”We needed the two points.
Looking at the standings, we needed it,” Flyers coach Dave Hakstol said. ”It was
a good for us to get headed in the right direction.”Laine moved into a tie with
Washington’s Alex Ovechkin for the most goals in the league when he scored on a
one-timer on the power play at 8:58 of the third period. The 19-year-old Finn
has 15 goals and six assists during an 11-game point streak.”Hitting the 40
mark, but skating now. He looks so much better than he did a month ago,”
Winnipeg coach Paul Maurice said. ”A special young man, 19 years old and still
growing into his body. A really competitive guy, wants to score. He’s going to
be a good Winnipeg Jet for a long time.”Trouble is, he got no help, despite
Maurice mixing up his lines. Petr Mrazek stopped 27 shots for the Flyers,
bouncing back from a stretch of 18 goals allowed in four games.”I felt pretty
good from the beginning,” Mrazek said.Connor Hellebuyck made 33 saves for the
Jets, who saw their four-game winning streak end.Mrazek robbed Laine with his
glove in the first period, then the Flyers took control in the second period,
with their second goal coming in odd fashion.After the officials ruled
Hellebuyck had kept the puck out of the goal when he swiped out MacDonald’s
backhand with his glove at 8:01, play continued for 41 seconds until the NHL
replay unit in Toronto alerted the scoreboard operator to blow the horn.Play was
stopped with the puck loose near center ice. The replay showed it crossed the
line just inside the right post before Hellebuyck threw it out.”Toronto really
hasn’t been helping me out too much this year,” Hellebuyck said.MacDonald picked
up his fifth goal, Jakub Voracek earned his NHL-high 58th assist and rookie
Nolan Patrick also earned a point against his hometown team.Earlier, Giroux
found a way to stop the Flyers’ woes on the power play by scoring on a delayed
penalty.The Flyers drew boos on their first man advantage and were outshot 2-1
on their second to fall into a 2-for-26 slump. But Giroux then scored his 24th
from the left dot after Mrazek had skated off for an extra attacker at 5:40 of
the second period.The up-and-down Flyers were playing the fifth game of a
difficult six-game stretch against teams with a combined record of 245-118-37
entering Saturday. Their 0-4-1 skid had followed a six-game winning streak that
moved them atop the Metropolitan Division.The Flyers entered the day third in
their division and the Jets were second in the Central Division.Both teams had
to make emergency recalls from the minors before the game.The Jets played their
second straight game without 51-point scorer Mark Scheifele (upper body).
Defensemen Dmitry Kulikov and Toby Enstrom were also out after being injured in
Thursday’s 3-2 win at New Jersey.Defenseman Tucker Poolman was called up.The
Flyers announced that defensemen Robert Hagg will miss two weeks and Johnny
Oduya was out and day to day with upper body injuries, forcing defenseman Travis
Sanheim’s recall.The Jets did little until Laine struck again. His 76th career
goal moved him past Sidney Crosby and into a tie for third with Brian Bellows
for the most goals by a teenager in NHL history. He trails Jimmy Carson (92) and
Dale Hawerchuk (85).Next up for Laine: a matchup with Ovechkin on Monday
night.”Maybe tomorrow I will be happier and proud of myself. It’s a great
number,” Laine said. ”But now it doesn’t feel good.”NOTES: The Jets had been
7-0-1 in their last eight road games. … Jets backup and former Flyers G Steve
Mason (lower body) was unavailable for a second straight game.UP NEXTJets:
Monday night at Washington in the fifth of six straight on the road.Flyers: Host
Vegas on Monday night in their final game against a Western Conference
team.—


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