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Sports Maple Leafs add Kase, Ritchie and Holl to NHL's COVID-19 protocol

09:26  15 january  2022
09:26  15 january  2022 Source:   msn.com

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The Toronto Maple Leafs have placed Justin Holl, Ondrej Kase and Nick Ritchie in the NHL ' s COVID - 19 protocol , the team announced Friday. We’ll give you the latest news when it becomes available, or feel free to add some more selections to your settings .

The Toronto Maple Leafs have added three more players to the NHL ’ s COVID - 19 protocol as an outbreak on the team that started in December continues to The Leafs announced Friday that forwards Ondrej Kase and Nick Ritchie and defenceman Justin Holl have been added to the list. The announcement comes two days after the Maple Leafs dropped a 2-1 road decision to the Arizona Coyotes, who are in the midst of a COVID - 19 outbreak.

The Toronto Maple Leafs have added three more players to the NHL's COVID-19 protocol as an outbreak on the team that started in December continues to drag on.

  Maple Leafs add Kase, Ritchie and Holl to NHL's COVID-19 protocol © Provided by The Canadian Press

The Leafs announced Friday that forwards Ondrej Kase and Nick Ritchie and defenceman Justin Holl have been added to the list.

The announcement comes two days after the Maple Leafs dropped a 2-1 road decision to the Arizona Coyotes, who are in the midst of a COVID-19 outbreak.

A total of 20 Maple Leaf players have entered the protocol since the team struggled through its outbreak last month.


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The Toronto Maple Leafs have added three more players to the NHL ' s COVID - 19 protocol as an outbreak on the team that started in December continues to drag on. Canadian Press. The Leafs announced Friday that forwards Ondrej Kase and Nick Ritchie and defenceman Justin Holl have been added to the list. The announcement comes two days after the Maple Leafs dropped a 2-1 road decision to the Arizona Coyotes, who are in the midst of a COVID - 19 outbreak. A total of 20 Maple Leaf players have entered the protocol since the team struggled through its outbreak last month.

Justin Holl , Ondrej Kase and Nick Ritchie in the NHL ' s COVID - 19 protocol , the team announced www.sportsnet.ca/ nhl /article/ maple - leafs - add - holl - kase - ritchie - covid - 19 - protocol / … Holl said the other day he didn’t want to get it later on when the team is in its stretch run or playoffs so I guess he

Most of the players have since returned to action. Wingers Mitch Marner and Pierre Engvall, who entered protocol seven days ago, were the only other Maple Leafs out due to coronavirus concerns Friday morning.

The Maple Leafs practiced in Arizona on Friday before their upcoming game in St. Louis on Saturday.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 14, 2022.

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