Sport NHL COVID-19 case tracker: Updated list of players to miss games during 2021 season

04:30  14 january  2021
04:30  14 january  2021 Source:   sportingnews.com

Buccaneers activate LB Shaquil Barrett off reserve/COVID-19 list

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Here is the updated list of NFL players who have been placed on the league 's COVID - 19 list after testing positive for the coronavirus He remains on that list and will likely miss Week 4's matchup against the Packers. Terrell was the first player to miss a game in the 2020 NFL season due to a

As COVID - 19 cases skyrocket across Canada and the United States, the NHL reiterated in a Board of Teams would likely travel to divisional opponents to play short series of games , think along the lines With a shortened season ahead, NHL players have braced for a possible proration of salaries.

Before the puck dropped on the 2021 NHL season, the league has already been impacted by COVID-19.

Aside from the start date being pushed to Jan. 13, a number of players have tested positive and four teams had training camps suspended for at least one day or a large number of players miss time. The Stars shut down their camp on Jan. 9 after it was revealed six players and two staff members tested positive. The Penguins canceled training camp the same day while the Blue Jackets had 19 players miss training camp on Friday. On Sunday, the Canucks cancelled practice "out of an abundance of caution due to potential exposure to COVID-19.''

Bucs' Devin White tests positive for COVID-19; Shaq Barrett placed on virus list

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The NHL and NHLPA have agreed on a 56- game season starting on Jan. A handful of players opted out of this summer's postseason, and there was one-high profile case COVID - 19 and the 2020-21 hockey season . Here's what to know, including plans for the NHL season and how it might work. •

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The day before the season was set to begin, the NHL announced that 27 players had tested positive during training camp. Of those, 17 players were members of the Dallas Stars and the statement noted that most of them "are asymptomatic and all of whom are currently recovering without complication." Rangers forward Mika Zibanejad confirmed on Jan. 11 that he missed the start of camp due to a positive COVID-19 test. On Jan. 13, Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar revealed that Erik Johnson had tested positive.

Prior to the league's opening game on Wednesday, the NHL announced two players would miss the first game in what is being listed under COVID protocol-related absences. Players listed under this category did not necessarily test positive for coronavirus; it could be a precautionary move. If a player was in close contact with someone who tested positive or reported symptoms that are common for COVID-19 they would fall under this category. If a player does test positive, it will be reported as such. The NHL will release names prior to every game.

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With the NHL finally on the precipice of a long-awaited new season , the league has decided to share how their health and safety protocols have Through two weeks of training camp for 31 organizations, the league estimates that over 12,000 tests for the COVID - 19 virus have been administered.

Stars account for 17 of NHL ’s 27 positive COVID - 19 tests. According to the NHL , most of the Dallas players “are asymptomatic and all of whom are currently The Stars returned to practice on Tuesday, still not sure when they would open their season after their first three games were postponed due to

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