Sports Ice Hockey: Several Players of the Cologne Haie has been positive on Corona

00:01  04 december  2021
00:01  04 december  2021 Source:   ksta.de

Quebec premier announces plan to boost number of Quebecers in NHL

  Quebec premier announces plan to boost number of Quebecers in NHL MONTREAL — Faced with declining interest in hockey among young people in Quebec, Premier François Legault on Thursday unveiled a strategy to increase the number of Quebecers in the National Hockey League — and to boost Quebecers' pride in their nation. Legault announced a new committee, led by former NHL player Marc Denis, to find out why there are fewer young Quebecers interested in hockey compared with past generations and why fewer Quebec-born players are reaching the sport's highest levels. "It's a committee of people who like hockey … who know hockey, who want hockey to do better in Quebec," Legault said.

Several players of the Cologne Haie have been positively tested on a routine test on the coronavirus, which was the Hockey Club in late Thursday afternoon on his Facebook page. But they do not have symptoms. The infected athletes were not at the game against the Nuremberg Ice Tigers on Friday evening.

Spieler der Kölner Haie. (Symbolbild) © Eduard Bopp Players of Cologne Haie. (Symbol image)

Other players are after closer contacts with the positive tested in a voluntary quarantine. "In consultation with the health department Cologne, other players have emerged into contact compartments for security reasons," the club continues. This lacked six sharks at the match against Nuremberg. The tests of the remaining squad were negative. (Red)

Augsburg beats Cologne 2-0 for first away win in Bundesliga .
COLOGNE, Germany (AP) — Niklas Dorsch scored late for struggling Augsburg to finish off Cologne 2-0 on Friday and claim its first win away from home in the Bundesliga this season. André Hahn grabbed the other goal as the visitors ended Cologne’s status as the only team unbeaten at home in the league. Augsburg hadn't won any of its 13 previous away games. Cologne had more of the ball in the first half, but the visitors created the better chances thanks to their speed on the break. Augsburg’s Michael Gregoritsch had an early goal ruled out for offside.

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