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QMJHL GOES ON HIATUS

The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League announced Monday evening that they will put a pause on all games until January 3rd. The reason is because of the worsening situation surrounding COVID-19, as well as restrictions put in place for Quebec and the Maritimes.





“The current situation with the pandemic in the regions in which we operate makes it extremely difficult to play games,” shared Commissioner Gilles Courteau. “With the Holidays just around the corner, the provinces in the Maritimes have restricted access and travel, while red zone restrictions in Quebec do not permit us to play.”



It's unfortunate for the league that they'll have to shutdown for an entire month, but at the same time, teams that may have had players away at the World Juniors won't have to worry about playing games without them. We hope the current COVID-19 situation in Quebec and the Maritimes gets better over the next month, and that the QMJHL is able to stage games as early as January 3rd.

Source: QMJHL
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NOVEMBER 30, 2020  (19H04)
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