Wild, Sabres and Devils have their lockdown extended indefinitely, more games postponed

33 games postponed now. This train is going off the rails pretty quickly.


This just in, the NHL has officially extended the restrictions placed on the Minnesota Wild, Buffalo Sabres and New Jersey Devils due to COVID-19. 

Two additional Wild games, three additional Devils games and two additional Sabres games will be postponed as a result. Additionally, the team's practice and training facilities have been shut down until further notice.

From the NHL: 

NEW YORK (Feb. 8, 2021) – The National Hockey League announced today that two additional Buffalo Sabres games (Feb. 11 and Feb. 13 vs. Washington); three more New Jersey Devils contests (Feb. 11 and Feb. 13 vs. Philadelphia and Feb. 15 vs. Boston) and two additional Minnesota Wild games (Feb. 11 vs. St. Louis and Feb. 13 vs. Los Angeles) have been postponed as a result of the NHL’s COVID Protocols. A decision on the three teams’ resumption of practice and game play will be made by the League’s, NHLPA’s and Clubs’ medical groups in the coming days.
 All three organizations have, and will continue to follow, all recommended guidelines aimed at protecting the health and safety of their Players, staff and community at large as set by the NHL, local, state and national agencies.