4 Colorado Avalanche games postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak

DENVER (KDVR) – The Colorado Avalanche will be off for the next week due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak across the team and across the National Hockey League.

The announcement was made around noon on Tuesday, December 17 and covers all games through the tournament’s holiday break on December 26. This means that Avs games are scheduled. on December 18, December 20, December 22 and December 12. 23 will be postponed.

This means that the earliest Avs can return to the ice for a game is December 27 in Vegas.

Avalanche players overcome the tournament’s COVID protocols include Cale Makar, Darcy Kuemper, JT Compher and Andre Burakovsky.

The federation said the decision was made “due to concerns about the number of positive cases within the past two days as well as concerns about the continued spread of COVID in the coming days.”

The Calgary Flames and Florida Panthers have also postponed their games from now until December 26.

The NHL said all three teams have followed all league and local health guidelines.

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Emma Bowman

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