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BLUES REPORTEDLY CANCEL PRACTICES AFTER POSITIVE TESTS FOR COVID-19

The Athletic is reporting that the St. Louis Blues have cancelled practices and skates at the team's training facility after "multiple" positive tests for COVID-19 among players.

According to The Athletic's Jeremy Rutherford, The Blues used the ice at Centene Community Ice Center in Maryland Heights on Thursday, but did not hold their Phase 2 workouts as scheduled on Friday.

The facility – which has three sheets of ice and private dressing rooms for the Blues – was being used by the public on Friday. Names of any players who tested positive have been released.



The NHL is currently allowing teams to practice in groups of 12 as part of Phase 2 activities. The Athletic quotes a source as saying at least 23 members of the team were currently skating at the training facility.

TIM TUCKER
JULY 3, 2020  (20H46)
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