The NHL may be staring at a legitimate COVID-19 crisis heading into the middle of February. ESPN's Emily Kaplan and others reported that Tuesday's game between the Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals is postponed because of COVID-19 issues impacting the Flyers. Kaplan added that the Flyers are going on pause. Philadelphia becomes the fifth American NHL franchise currently on pause due to coronavirus-related setbacks. On Monday, the NHL confirmed that the New Jersey Devils, Buffalo Sabres and Minnesota Wild will remain idle until further notice. As of that announcement, the Devils had 16 players in the league's COVID-19 protocols. Minnesota and Buffalo both had nine players on the protocol list, and Buffalo coach Ralph Krueger also tested positive for the coronavirus. New Jersey and Buffalo haven't competed since they faced off on Jan. 31. Minnesota fell to the Colorado Avalanche on Feb. 2 but then had five total games postponed. Colorado is also on pause as of Tuesday afternoon. Last Thursday, Kaplan reported the NHL intended to enforce stricter guidelines to prevent the spread of the virus, such as removing the glass behind team benches to help increase airflow and requesting that clubs implement additional social distancing requirements inside locker rooms. The Flyers-Capitals matchup becomes the 34th game postponed by the NHL since before the start of the season.
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