As the NHL tries to formulate plans to restart the 2019-2020 season, Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly says a single positive test or multiple positive tests involving players or staff would not immediately end the activity on ice.
“It all depends on the facts and all the circumstances,” Daly told TSN’s Ryan Rishaug. “But no, we don’t think that one positive test, even several positive tests, would not necessarily make it all go away
During Thursday’s edition of the insider trading, insiders revealed the NHL’s plan to try to restart the season in July with four cities serving as hubs. The city of Edmonton was discussed as a possible destination.
Later today, Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Deena Hinshaw, announced a recommendation to ban gatherings of more than 15 people at all events and festivals until the end of the summer. .