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The NHL has announced that tomorrow night’s game between the Golden Knights and San Jose Sharks has been postponed.

As a result of a San Jose Sharks Player entering the NHL’s COVID Protocols earlier today, the team’s game tomorrow night against the Vegas Golden Knights will be postponed. The decision was made by the League’s, NHLPA’s and Club’s medical groups while the League continues to analyze test results in the coming days.

As an appropriate precaution, the team’s training facilities have been closed, effective immediately, and will remain closed until further notice. The League is in the process of reviewing and revising the Sharks’ regular season schedule. The Sharks’ organization has, and will continue to follow, all recommended guidelines aimed at protecting the health and safety of its Players, staff and community at large as set by the NHL, local, state and national agencies. -NHL Public Relations


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  1. Carl

    Well, shit!

  2. The big Zzzzz

    They get to reschedule a rescheduled game.

  3. Daryl

    Again, what exactly is the purpose of the Taxi Squad??? SJS have one single player who tested positive. If the others are testing negative then bring someone from the Taxi Squad. It makes absolutely no sense what the NHL is doing

    • The league’s 1st priority to ensure games can be played safely. When a positive comes in, they want to be certain they have it contained before they play a game.

      If they get all negative tests the next few days, the taxi squad is used to step in for the guy who tested positive.

      • Daryl

        I understand that…. But it still does not make any sense. Yes player safety is first and foremost, absolutely. BUT, by tomorrow, everyone would have been tested 3 times before that game takes place. Exactly how is that not enough time to determine the players are safe? I would understand if someone tests positive the day of the game but two days before hand? Anything over 24hrs should be enough time to decide if everyone is safe.

  4. Tim

    The NHL makes it difficult to get excited about hockey. Constant cancellations at the sniff of a player having Covid-19. Like everyone has said before they don’t have a system in place for results back in an hour it can be done and has been done with the general public. Canada has not missed a game but in the US it’s an everyday problem for one team or another. Baseball spring training is on which is my favorite game so that will fill my void and hockey can dick along at there own pace.

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