The NHL has a long history of creating cross trainers to provide players with extra stability during cross-training.
However, this trend is becoming less prevalent as the game gets more physical.
Here are the top 10 teams with the best.
Dallas Stars (23) The Dallas Stars have a number of cross trainers available to them.
In fact, this year’s training staff was the first in the NHL to wear cross trainers.
As a result, players can wear cross-trauma gear with their uniforms and face masks.
The Dallas Cowboys also have a cross trainer.
New Jersey Devils (21) The Devils are among the teams that have the most cross trainers on the ice.
The team has a number in their cross trainer locker room.
They even wear their uniforms with the cross trainer during games.
San Jose Sharks (20) The Sharks have a large cross trainer suite in their training facility, which has been in use since the early 2000s.
New York Islanders (17) The Islanders have a small cross trainer room in their team facility, where cross-trained players can use the equipment.
Tampa Bay Lightning (16) The Lightning has a cross-train room in the locker room, which they use to practice and play.
Los Angeles Kings (15) The Kings have a set of cross-trainer cross trainers in their dressing room.
Ottawa Senators (14) The Senators have a training room that is equipped with cross-tape equipment.
Philadelphia Flyers (13) The Flyers use a cross locker room with cross trainers and face shields to practice.
Buffalo Sabres (12) The Sabres have a room in which cross trainers can practice.
St. Louis Blues (10) The Blues have a Cross-Trainer Cross-Training Facility in their building.