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COVID protocol-related absences: 03/31/21
Each day, the NHL will publicly release the list of players that are unavailable to their respective teams due to being in COVID-19 Protocol. Here is the list for today: © Anne-Marie Sorvin-USA TODAY Sports Anaheim – Alexander VolkovBoston – Jake DeBruskFlorida – TBALos Angeles – Brendan LemieuxMinnesota – Zach PariseMontreal – Joel Armia, Eric StaalNY Rangers – Brett Howden Vancouver – Adam GaudetteAs a reminder, inclusion on this list does not mean that a player has tested positive for Coronavirus or even that they have been confirmed as a close contact to another positive person.
The Jonas Brothers have apologized to their younger brother, Frankie Jonas, for calling him "Bonus Jonas".
At the height of Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas' fame, Frankie was often left out. The child star spoke toabout struggling to find his own way next to his superstar family.
Joe also spoke to the publication about the nickname that Frankie "hated".
"I refused to call Frankie 'Bonus Jonas' after he opened up to me about how that was hurtful to him," Joe said. "It completely makes sense, and we've had lengthy conversations and apologies behind closed doors that showcased my understanding and respect for his wishes."
NHL postpones Wednesday's Calgary-Vancouver game
The NHL has decided to ere on the side of caution as a result of Adam Gaudette’s positive COVID-19 test. Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman reports (Twitter link) that tonight’s game between the Canucks and Flames has been postponed. TSN’s Frank Seravalli tweets that the decision was made after more information has surfaced regarding Vancouver’s test results; that information obviously has not yet been made public.
He added, "I think to feel like you are second, third, or fourth-best from something is unfair. We are all equals."
Of Frankie's TikTok fame, Joe added, "He's done a lot of healing behind the scenes, and this is his way of bringing you into his own universe. He has a lot of fun with it. The guy is the social media star we honestly need."
Frankie said that having to move to L.A. for his brothers' career made him feel that his "future slowly died."
"I've always dealt with a lot more than just anxiety. At the time, I didn't know that I got panic attacks. I didn't know that I had obsessive thoughts," Frankie said. "I didn't know that I would go on to be diagnosed with PTSD."
"I just want him to be happy," Joe continued. "If that means he wants to be TikTok famous, great; if that means he wants to be an author, great; if that means he wants to be a scientist, great!"
"He could pretty much do anything he puts his heart and mind to, and he's done that already," Joe added. "I'm just so proud of the man he's become."
Glenn Close Ties For Actor With Most Nominations And No Wins After Losing Out On Another Oscar .
Glenn Close once again missed out on bringing home an Oscar statue during Sunday night’s Academy Awards ceremony. The 74-year-old “Hillbilly Elegy” star was beaten in the Best Supporting Actress category by Yuh-Jung Youn from “Minari”. RELATED: Mila Kunis Unrecognizable As Addict In Recovery Drama ‘Four Good Days’, Opposite Glenn Close The eighth Oscar loss means that Close now ties with Peter O’Toole for the actor with most nominations without winning.