NHL

1:54 PM ET A second Ottawa Senators player has tested positive for COVID-19, the team announced on Saturday. They are the only known cases among NHL players. The Senators said the player was part of the team’s March 7-11 road trip which included games in San Jose, Anaheim and Los Angeles. There were 52 people
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10:48 AM ET The 2020 IIHF men’s hockey world championships have been canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The event was supposed to take place in May in Zurich and Lausanne, Switzerland. “This is a harsh reality to face for the international ice hockey family, but one that we must accept,” IIHF president René
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4:39 PM ET Seattle’s NHL expansion franchise has not ruled out unveiling its highly anticipated name and logo while many of its fans are social distancing and self-quarantined due to the coronavirus outbreak. The team told ESPN that it is still going through the name and logo trademarking process with the NHL, ensuring that it
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3:45 PM ET Associated Press The Florida Panthers have been told by the Florida Department of Health that someone who works part-time at the arena where the team plays its home games has tested positive for the coronavirus. The arena worker tested positive on March 15, is self-quarantined and receiving medical care. The Panthers were
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3:13 PM ET Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Predators have signed forward Patrick Harper to a two-year, entry-level contract. Predators general manager David Poile announced the deal Friday. Harper, 21, just finished his senior season at Boston University matching his career high with 37 points and a career-best 14 goals. The 5-foot-7, 150-pound forward
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12:55 AM ET Thursday night saw a busy schedule of NHL games, with 10 teams in action. That feels odd to read, because the entire NHL season is currently on pause due to concerns over the coronavirus. But teams around the league have turned to video games to entertain their hockey-starved fanbases safely practicing social
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6:07 PM ET With 259 NBA games, 189 NHL games and the start of the MLB season postponed, all of March Madness, multiple golf and tennis events canceled, and hundreds of other events now on hold, fans are holding hundreds of thousands of potentially unusable tickets. ESPN asked the ticket industry’s biggest companies what fans
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