Four more Hurricanes positive for COVID-19, game against the Minnesota Wild postponed

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The Charlotte Observer

The Carolina Hurricanes’ game against the Minnesota Wild, scheduled for Tuesday night in St. Paul, Minnesota, has been postponed after four more Canes players tested positive for COVID-19. According to a release from the NHL, the decision was made following consultation by the NHL’s, NHLPA’s and club’s medical groups. Ian Cole, Steven Lorentz, Jordan Staal and Andrei Svechnikov all tested positive Tuesday, the team said. The Hurricanes were one of the first teams last season to be stricken with a round of COVID-related postponements, and with cases across the NHL rising exponentially each day …

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