Carolina Hurricanes game vs. Wild postponed due to COVID-19

Carolina Hurricanes


RALEIGH, N.C. — Tuesday night’s NHL game between the Carolina Hurricanes and the Minnesota Wild has been postponed due to four more Hurricanes players entering the league’s COVID-19 protocol.

The NHL announced the postponement after Carolina’s Ian Cole, Steven Lorentz, Jordan Staal and Andrei Svechnikov tested positive for the virus.

Sebastian Aho and Seth Jarvis missed Sunday’s 2-1 loss in Vancouver after testing positive and entering quarantine.

The NHL said the decision to postpone the game in Minneapolis was determined by consultation of the NHL’s, NHLPA’s and the club’s medical groups.

The NHL did not say when the game will be rescheduled.

 



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