A team the Winnipeg Jets recently played says two of their players have contracted COVID-19.
On Tuesday the NHL announced that two Montreal Canadien players have contracted COVID-19. The public relations team says all of the team's games are being postponed.
"Pending test results in the coming days, it is expected that the Canadiens will be able to re-open their facilities for practice on Monday, March 29," they tweet.
The Montreal Canadiens played Winnipeg last week on March 15 and 17. On Monday, the team postponed its games this week. The NHL's, NHLPA's and Club's medical groups decided on the pauses.
The PR team says the team has followed the health guidelines put in place this season by the league and all involved agencies.
CHVN has reached out to the Winnipeg Jets for comment.