The Quebec government has still not authorized the Montreal Canadiens to play games at the Bell Center next January.
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That’s what the chain’s hockey expert VAT Sport Renaud Lavoie reported on Sunday. There is, however, some time before the season takes off and a positive response could come by then.
The situation is the same in British Columbia as the Vancouver Canucks did not receive the green light from the authorities.
The National Hockey League (NHL) and the Players’ Association have officially reached an agreement on a 2020-2021 season of 56 games that will begin on January 13, earlier today.
League governors approved the deal two days earlier, meaning the NHL can now move forward.