Yet another positive test at World Juniors, Germany's roster absolutely decimated

Safe to say that the World Junior bubble isn't going near as well as the NHL's bubble.


The IIHF has announced yet another positive COVID-19 test from within the World Junior Championship bubble in Edmonton. 

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The additional positive test case comes from the German squad, a team whose roster has been decimated by the virus. They'll be forced to ice a severely undermanned squad when they take on Canada on Boxing Day. 

The full rundown from the IIHF:

-Ten players and eight staff members from Team Germany have been released from quarantine and will begin to practice

-They will join the six players who had previously been released from quarantine

-One additional player on Team Germany tested positive for COVID-19 since the last update and must remain in quarantine until at least 4th January

-Three of the eight players that tested positive for COVID-19 last week must remain in quarantine until 27 December. The remaining players must remain in quarantine until at least 29th December

-There are no positive cases among the nine other participating teams

-From the tests conducted on game officials as well as IIHF, Local Organizing Committee, and broadcast personnel, there have been no positive cases reported