NHL deputy commissioner Invoice Daly tells The Related Press he is hopeful the choice to shut the U.S. and Canadian border to non-essential journey for one more month will not “have a material impact” on the league’s discussions to restart its season.
Daly supplied the response shortly after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau introduced the border restrictions will keep in impact by June 21. This marks the second time the border restrictions have been prolonged since first being put into place on March 18 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The extension of the restrictions comes at a time when the NHL and NHL Gamers’ Affiliation are discussing plans on when the league can resume taking part in after the common season was paused on March 12.
The NHL has seven groups based mostly in Canada.
In a separate improvement, the NHLPA’s government board has voted to defer the ultimate fee of gamers’ common season salaries by the tip of Might.
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