The NHL has all but four players who have been fully vaccinated for COVID-19. On Tuesday, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman ...
The National Hockey League (NHL) says close to 100 per cent of players are fully vaccinated prior to the start of the upcoming season. NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said the ice hockey league ...
Thanks to NHL support and union-backed educational efforts, more than 99% of the league's players have been vaccinated by Tuesday's opening night, ...
Sharks coach Bob Boughner said Thursday that all players presently in camp with the team are fully vaccinated – meaning that ...
NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly told multiple media outlets that the league projects 98% of its players will be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by opening night of the 2021-22 season next month.
"I'll be fully vaccinated by the beginning of the season." The NHL is counting on it and said last week that 98% of its players will be vaccinnated by the time the season begins Oct. 12.
Every Stars player and staff member at the NHL level is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, general manager Jim Nill announced Thursday morning during the first day of Dallas training camp.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said the league has only four unvaccinated players as it opens up the 2021-22 season.
unlike the overwhelming majority of players in the NHL, is not yet fully vaccinated. Nylander said he's wearing a mask because he's not fully vaccinated yet but will be before the start of the season.
but added that they expect him to be fully vaccinated "in the next few weeks." Hextall declined to disclose which player remains unvaccinated. As part of the NHL's COVID-19 policy for this season ...