Tom’s Daily: Vegas to return to the ice Wednesday, play Friday; MacKinnon not as bad as feared; COVID-19 shuts down Devils; DeAngelo done in NYC; more.
The Vegas Golden Knights will be back to practice Wednesday and should play Friday according to GM Kelly McCrimmon. Also, the NHL announced the rescheduled dates for the VGK. (VegasHockeyNow)
The New Jersey Devils are the latest team to shut it down because of COVID-19. (ESPN)
Tony DeAngelo has played his last game as a New York Ranger says GM Jeff Gorton. (Associated Press)
After fearing the worst initially, it now appears Nathan MacKinnon’s injury may not be too bad. (Colorado Hockey Now)
The Buffalo Sabres vs. New York Islanders game has been postponed shortly after the Sabres played the Devils. (NYI Hockey Now)
The Florida Panthers are one of the hottest teams in the NHL so far – here’s a great breakdown of why. (Florida Hockey Now)
Latvia will host the World Hockey Championships alone after co-host Belarus was stripped of the privilege. (Reuters)