Hockey equipment manufacturer Bauer says it has received government authorization to produce protective gear for medical staff and first responders. The company says it has modified its production line to make full-face, single-use visors. However, it needed to notify Quebec’s Ministry of Economics and Innovation and get the green light to operate as an essential business.
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For the most part, when you think of the New York Islanders sweaters, you really only think of the blue home and white road sweaters that have been around since the 1972-73 season (minus the names on the back). Since then, not much has changed on those uniforms, and honestly, that’s a wonderful thing. The
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The Colorado Avalanche say one of their players has recovered after testing positive for the COVID-19 virus. The player was at home in isolation since the symptoms first appeared. The team says anyone who had known close contact with the player has been notified. In a statement, the organization adds it will “continue to work
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7:20 AM ET The National Hockey League needs to cancel its remaining regular-season games. It brings me no pleasure to put this out there. We all want to see this season to its equitable completion; if there is a postseason, to have the previous five-and-a-half months boiled down to the points percentage variance between teams,
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The Colorado Avalanche have signed forward T.J. Tynan to a one-year contract extension through the 2020-21 campaign. Tynan is tied for second in the AHL with 42 assists and leads the Colorado Eagles with 47 points in 42 AHL games this season. He also represented Colorado in the 2020 AHL All-Star Classic, his third career
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It seemed that New Jersey Devils fans were ecstatic prior to the 2019-20 campaign’s puck drop, after the organization’s memorable offseason transactions. Regardless of the NHL’s postponement on this season, the Devils were on the verge of missing the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the second consecutive season. More change is in order for Jersey’s team
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RALEIGH, N.C.—Carolina Hurricanes full-time employees were informed Wednesday they will no longer be paid after this week because of the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Don Waddell, president and general manager of the Hurricanes, instructed all noncontracted full-time employees to immediately use their accrued vacation time and personal time off (PTO). Employees without available
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