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Each day, the NHL will publicly release the list of players that are unavailable to their respective teams due to being in COVID -19 Protocol . (1) an initial positive test which remains unconfirmed until confirmatory testing is completed pursuant to the Positive Test Protocol ; (2) mandated isolation for symptomatic individuals pursuant to the Positive Test Protocol ; (3) required quarantine as a high-risk close contact in accordance with the Positive Test Protocol ; (4) isolation based on a confirmed positive test result and/or; (5) quarantine for travel or.

Each day, the NHL will publicly release the list of players that are unavailable to their respective teams due to being in COVID-19 Protocol. Here is today’s list:

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St. Louis – David Perron, Nathan Walker

As a reminder, inclusion on this list does not mean that a player has tested positive for Coronavirus or even that they have been confirmed as a close contact to another positive person. Included in the NHL’s list of possible reasons for someone being on the list is are the following:

(1) an initial positive test which remains unconfirmed until confirmatory testing is completed pursuant to the Positive Test Protocol; (2) mandated isolation for symptomatic individuals pursuant to the Positive Test Protocol; (3) required quarantine as a high-risk close contact in accordance with the Positive Test Protocol; (4) isolation based on a confirmed positive test result and/or; (5) quarantine for travel or other reasons as outlined in the COVID-19 Protocol

NHL's COVID protocol-related absences for May 19, 2021

  NHL's COVID protocol-related absences for May 19, 2021 Players in the COVID protocol are: St. Louis' Jake Walman, Nathan Walker and David Perron.St.

Each day, the NHL will publicly release the list of players that are unavailable to their respective teams due to being in COVID -19 Protocol . (1) an initial positive test which remains unconfirmed until confirmatory testing is completed pursuant to the Positive Test Protocol ; (2) mandated isolation for symptomatic individuals pursuant to the Positive Test Protocol ; (3) required quarantine as a high-risk close contact in accordance with the Positive Test Protocol ; (4) isolation based on a confirmed positive test result and/or; (5) quarantine for travel or.

Each day, the NHL will publicly release the list of players that are unavailable to their respective teams due to being in COVID -19 Protocol . Here is today’s list: Calgary – Josh Leivo* Colorado – Joonas Donskoi, Mikko Rantanen New Jersey – P.K. Subban. other reasons as outlined in the COVID -19 Protocol . Players removed today: Philipp Grubauer, Colorado Avalanche. The Flames canceled morning skate today after Leivo’s positive test but will play as scheduled this evening against the Canadiens.

Players removed today: None

The Blues were able to get Jake Walman off the list on Friday and he was making his NHL playoff debut on the third pairing for St. Louis today in their loss to Colorado.  With their season coming to an end with a 5-2 loss to the Avs, this may be the end of Perron and Walker appearing on this list as only teams that are still participating in the playoffs are listed on a daily basis.

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(1) an initial positive test which remains unconfirmed until confirmatory testing is completed pursuant to the Positive Test Protocol ; (2) mandated isolation for symptomatic individuals pursuant to the Positive Test Protocol ; (3) required quarantine as a high-risk close contact in accordance other reasons as outlined in the COVID -19 Protocol . Players removed today: None. It’s bad news for the Blues, who will be without Perron for the first game against the Avalanche tonight. The team’s leading scorer, Perron had 58 points in 56 games and has played very well against the Avalanche throughout his career.

Each day, the NHL will publicly release the list of players that are unavailable to their respective teams due to being in the COVID -19 Protocol . Here is today’s list (1) an initial positive test which remains unconfirmed until confirmatory testing is completed pursuant to the Positive Test Protocol ; (2) mandated isolation for symptomatic individuals pursuant to the Positive Test Protocol ; (3) required quarantine as a high-risk close contact in accordance with the Positive Test Protocol ; (4) isolation based on a confirmed positive test result and/or; (5) quarantine for travel or.

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