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2:34 PM ET The Ottawa Senators said that four more members of the organization who were part of their California road trip in March have tested positive for COVID-19, though they have recovered. The Senators previously said two of their players had tested positive. The only other known coronavirus cases among NHL players are two
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by Walt Ruff | AHL On The Beat Growth can be a wonderful thing. It may not be instantaneous, but it is almost always rewarding. — The first season of professional hockey in Tucson, 2016-17, was also the first as a pro for defenseman Dysin Mayo. He, along with forward Michael Bunting, combine to make
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The Philadelphia Flyers have had 13 Hockey Hall of Famers play for them at some point in their careers. This list includes legends, Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent and Bill Barber. However, there might be one more Flyer legend added to the list: Claude Giroux. There is a lot of disagreement regarding Giroux’s Hall of Fame
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9:55 PM ET Associated Press San Jose Sharks President Jonathan Becher says the team made the best decision with the information at the time when it played three home games following a recommendation by the county against large gatherings in early March. Santa Clara County issued a recommendation on March 5 that mass gatherings should
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This is a very important date in hockey history as one of the greatest players to ever lace up a pair of skates was born on March 31. There were plenty of huge milestones that were reached on this date by some of the legends of the game, including a Hall of Famer’s final game.
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The rapid spread of COVID-19 and its effect on daily life has been difficult, including on sports. Hockey fans were just weeks away from the best postseason sports has to offer – the Stanley Cup Playoffs – before the NHL suspended its season. Many fans are doing their best to look forward to the future,
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2:58 PM ET The NHL has extended its self-quarantine period for players and staff to April 15. The league’s original directive was to self-quarantine until March 27, though it has now twice been extended. NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly explained last week that the league is “biting this off in chunks.” “That’s a meaningless date
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