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8:34 PM ET The Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings said Wednesday that no player in either organization has showed signs of having the coronavirus. Their announcements, in separate statements, came after an unnamed Senators players tested positive for the virus. The Ducks and Kings were Ottawa’s last two opponents before the NHL season was
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5:35 PM ET The Boston Bruins signed prospects Jeremy Swayman, a goaltender, and Nick Wolff, a defenseman, to entry-level contracts as teams around the NHL continue to monitor the college free-agent field. Wolff was one of those, having just completed his senior season at the University of Minnesota Duluth. His one-year contract was announced by
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12:09 AM ET An Ottawa Senators player has tested positive for the coronavirus, the team announced Tuesday night. It is the first known coronavirus case in the NHL. The Senators did not release the player’s identity, but said he had mild symptoms and is in isolation. 2 Related “The Ottawa Senators are in the process
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1:16 PM ET Greg Wyshinski K’Andre Miller has officially joined the New York Rangers after two seasons with the University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team. The 20-year-old defenseman has signed an entry-level contract with the Rangers that begins in the 2020-21 season. The 6-foot-5, 210-pound native of St. Paul, Minn. was selected No. 22 overall
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10:42 AM ET The NHL has told its players they are allowed to leave their NHL cities as long as they self-isolate in their new location until at least March 27. That’s a reversal from the NHL’s initial directive, which asked players to stay in their home NHL cities as the league sorted out what
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11:22 PM ET A member of the Vancouver Canucks full-time office staff has tested positive for the coronavirus, the team announced Sunday night. 2 Related The individual does not have a fan-facing role, Canucks chief operating officer Trent Carroll said in a statement, and is not in contact with the players, hockey operations personnel or
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1:47 AM ET The East Coast Hockey League, one of only two minor leagues recognized by the NHL in the collective bargaining agreement, canceled its season on Saturday night in a statement posted on its website. “The decision does not come lightly, as this is an emotional time for our players, coaches, member teams, fans
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7:32 PM ET Though the Kontinental Hockey League, a home to many former NHL players and coaches in Europe and Asia, is continuing on with its postseason amid the coronavirus outbreak, one of its playoff teams has withdrawn on its own. Prior its second-round series against Russia’s SKA St. Petersburg, Jokerit Helsinki, a team from
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