QMJHL: game postponed in the Maritimes

The game scheduled for Saturday in Saint-John, New Brunswick, between the Sea Dogs and the Moncton Wildcats has been postponed due to risks related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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“Following the decision by the New Brunswick government to identify the Moncton area as an orange zone, this Saturday night’s game between the Sea Dogs and the Wildcats has been postponed,” said League leaders. Quebec major junior hockey.

Under the rules in place in New Brunswick, travel restrictions have been placed on the Wildcats. Remember that the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada and the Sherbrooke Phoenix are part of the QMJHL teams struggling with a COVID-19 outbreak.


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