MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The NHL announced Monday two additional Minnesota Wild games will be postponed because of the league’s COVID-19 protocols.
Last week, following a handful of Wild players being added to the league’s COVID protocol list, the league announced all Wild games would be postponed until at least Feb. 9.
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A day before that date, the NHL now says the team’s Feb. 11 and Feb. 13 games, against St. Louis and Los Angeles, respectively, have also been postponed.
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As of Monday morning, the team reported the following players were on the league’s COVID list: Marcus Foligno, Nick Bjugstad, Nick Bonino, Joel Eriksson Ek, Marcus Johansson, Nico Sturm, Ian Cole, Jared Spurgeon and Brad Hunt.
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“Just seeing what’s happened here, there definitely could be more,” Wild general manager Bill Guerin said Monday before the additional postponements. “It’s kind of creeping its way through the team.”