The National Hockey League now has four teams paused for virus-related reasons after the Minnesota Wild were shut down through at least Tuesday.
The Wild now have six players on the league’s COVID-19 list and had their next four games postponed. The Vegas Golden Knights, New Jersey Devils and Buffalo Sabres were already paused because of the virus.
A total of 22 NHL games have been postponed so far, affecting 16 of 24 U.S.-based teams.
The Wild and Colorado Avalanche were set to finish a four-game, home-and-home series Thursday night in Denver.