The NHL is trying something new this season and is offering carrot leaves to players and their families.
Players and their family members are getting $50 off of their carrot leave for a year.
The NHL says carrot leaves can be bought in-store at the NHL Store.
The NHL says if a player or their family member is diagnosed with a serious illness, like cancer, then their carrots will be taken away from them.
The carrots are available in the store and the player and family member can choose to have them shipped to them.
“The carrot leaves are going to be available in stores this season,” NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly said on a conference call with reporters Tuesday.
“Players can purchase them on the ice, in person at the rink and on the mobile app.”
The NHL and the NHL Players Association did not immediately respond to questions about why carrot leaves were being offered to players.