Halifax Mooseheads have postponed two home games after an employee with the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League hockey team tested positive for COVID-19.In a press release issued Saturday, the QMJHL team said they have postponed their game against the Charlottetown Islanders — scheduled for Saturday night — and their game against the Cape Breton Eagles — scheduled for Wednesday — as a result of the positive test.
A look inside the Scotiabank Centre ahead of Halifax Mooseheads home opener The Mooseheads say that the employee who has COVID-19 has not been in contact with any players or hockey staff and that Nova Scotia’s public health department did not require a delay of the games but that they are “operating under an extreme abundance of
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