Bubble life just keeps on giving. On Tuesday, August 25, the Vancouver Canucks had a big playoff win against the Vegas Golden Knights. Post-game, a few of the players were spotted baking pies in their hotel kitchen. If that isn't the most wholesome way to celebrate a big occasion, we don't know what is.\nAccording to the NHL, the Canucks scored five goals against Vegas. The game ended at 5-2. This means the Canucks have gotten even with the Golden Knights after their horrifying loss on Sunday.\nEditor's Choice: Jason Kenney Says Alberta Is Beyond Broke Thanks To COVID-19\nThe two teams are currently tied 1-1 in the series, so the competition is ramping up.\nSome of the guys were caught baking pies for the team to pass the time following the game.\nCanucks' goalie Louis Domingue posted an Instagram story in which he shows us the massive kitchen of JW Marriot, Edmonton.\nDomingue captioned the story "Next Level" and tagged the Mariott hotel.\nIn another story, Domingue showed off three beautiful pies lined up on the counter right before they went in the oven.\nNow there is no excuse for Baking with backup🎥 @domingue35 pic.twitter.com/8FV5u0WLT2— NHL Bubble Life (@NHL_BubbleLife) August 25, 2020\nlouisdomingue | Instagram\nAfter the pies were baked, a Canucks player Antoine Roussel posted an Instagram story, saying, "This guy can do it all."\nHe tagged the baker himself, Louis Domingue, and the Mariott hotel. The video panned from a few players sitting at a table in the kitchen to the finished pies and they looked amazing.\nPie review?🎥 @Rous_ant pic.twitter.com/TegePojXUm— NHL Bubble Life (@NHL_BubbleLife) August 26, 2020\nFrom another story posted by Roussel, it looks like a few of the Canucks were enjoying some cold beers with their pie.\nThe caption reads, "Yup it's a victory beer," thanking Russell Brewing Company out of Surrey, B.C.\nrouss_ant | Instagram\nThe Canucks return to the ice on Thursday, August 27, to face off against the Golden Knights for game 3 in their series.\nHere's hoping they grab a win because we can't wait to see what they cook up next in bubble life.