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NHL POSTPONES ANOTHER HURRICANES GAME; MAKES SEVERAL CHANGES TO SCHEDULE

While the Carolina Hurricanes continue to deal with an outbreak of COVID-19, the National Hockey League announced on Monday that their game on Tuesday against the Tampa Bay Lightning has been postponed out of an abundance of caution. The next game on the schedule for Carolina is Thursday night against Tampa Bay.

In addition to the news of the Hurricanes game, the NHL announced several rescheduled dates for games that have been postponed.

Carolina at Nashville originally set for January 19th will now be March 2nd at 8pm ET.

Florida at Carolina (x2) were originally set for January 21st and 23rd will now be February 17th and March 7th, both at 5pm ET.

Tampa Bay at Carolina rescheduled from January 26th to February 22nd at 7pm ET.

Columbus at Carolina, and Florida at Tampa Bay will move from February 16th to February 15th, both at 7pm ET.

Carolina at Tampa Bay originally scheduled for February 22nd will now be played on February 24th at 5pm ET.






Source: NHL Public Relations
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