Since the beginning of the second phase of its disaster recovery plan, the national hockey League (NHL) has identified 35 cases positive for the coronavirus, she said Monday.
Thus, a total of 396 players are introduced to the facilities of their respective teams to participate in workouts that are optional. Among them, 23 have received an unfavourable outcome. They add to the dozen of the skaters who have tested positive outside of the protocol of the phase 2.
No less than 2900 reviews, including more than 1,400 in the last week, have been carried out in the framework of this protocol.
The NHL hopes to regain the action in a few weeks. Phase 3, the training camps of the clubs, could begin by July 13, according to the website the Athletic.