Hall razzes Strome's drill: 'All you need to work on if you play with Panarin?'
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Hockey players are getting creative with their home workouts and practice routines, and New York Rangers forward Ryan Strome shared a difficult one of his own Thursday.

Strome has been enjoying the best season of his career in his second campaign with the Rangers, tallying 18 goals and 41 assists before the league halted play. He's spent a lot of his time on the ice with teammate Artemi Panarin, who's amassed 32 goals and a team-leading 95 points.

It wasn't long until Arizona Coyotes forward Taylor Hall took a jab at Strome's routine, jokingly asking if playing with the dynamic Panarin left little need for a more diverse regimen.

Hall, who is set to hit free agency this summer, may need to rethink his options if that's all he'll need to practice with the Rangers.

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Hall razzes Strome's drill: 'All you need to work on if you play with Panarin?'
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