L.A. Kings Season Paused As NHL Shuts Down Due To COVID-19

 

The Los Angeles Kings is not going to play any other sport or apply till after Christmas, because the Nationwide Hockey League has paused its season because of COVID-19.

The announcement used to be made Monday in the end its Wednesday video games have been postponed on account of COVID-19 outbreaks all the way through the league.

With that, the NHL determined to delay all league actions, together with go back and forth, till December 26, the place avid gamers will at the same time as be examined for COVID-19.

That suggests the L.A. Kings is not going to play their subsequent sport till December 27 in opposition to the Arizona Coyotes.

“Upon go back from the Vacation Ruin to crew amenities, no particular person within the crew’s Touring Birthday celebration shall input the power (rather than for trying out functions) till they’ve a adverse check outcome,” The NHL stated in a remark. “Any apply scheduled for Dec. 26 will have to start after 2 p.m. native time.”

The Kings don’t seem to be the one L.A. crew to were suffering from contemporary COVID-19 outbreaks, because the L.A. Rams had their Sunday sport rescheduled to Tuesday, after 25 avid gamers examined certain.

The L.A. Chargers additionally introduced that seven of its avid gamers examined certain for COVID-19 on Monday, with their statuses for this weekend’s sport nonetheless unknown.

On Sunday, the Lakers performed with out head trainer Frank Vogel, who entered the league’s COVID-19 well being and protection protocols, becoming a member of avid gamers Kent Bazemore, Avery Bradley, Talen Horton-Tucker, Dwight Howard, Malik Monk and Austin Reaves.

 

Updated: December 21, 2021 — 5:44 pm