In addition to the 15 cases found since June 8, the National Hockey League says it's aware of 11 other players who have tested positive "outside of the Phase 2 protocol", bringing the total to 26 known cases in the National Hockey League since the outset of the pandemic.
According to the league, all players with positive tests have been self-isolating. Phase 3 will mark the opening of training camps, now set for July 10. Players are beginning to make their way back to their playing cities; for example, a charter flight carrying several National Hockey League players from Finland landed in NY on Friday. They will be isolated together in a hotel once Phase 4 - the resumption of games - begins in two hub cities, one for each conference.Читайте также: Powell warns of 'extraordinarily uncertain' economic path ahead
The NHL is targeting late July or early August for the first games in its return-to-play plan. The NHL and the NHLPA are still negotiating details and have not yet announced the hub cities, though it is down to five finalists: Edmonton, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Toronto.
There are 250 players that have reported to team facilities for optional participation in on-ice practice. Those players are required to follow the NHL's strict safety rules and have been tested.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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