Hockey Slovakia left Zdeno Chára on the corona protocol list

Chára is already the seventh New York Islanders player on the list.

Hockey League Slovakia, who played in the NHL, left Zdeno Chára was on the New York Islanders ’crown protocol list on Tuesday as the seventh player in his club.

You will be on the list if a player or a representative of the club’s staff has been diagnosed with a coronavirus infection or has been found to be exposed to a coronary infection.

“We will continue to do things that are under our control,” Islanders ’club director Lou Lamoriello reported before Tuesday morning’s exercises, according to news agency Reuters.

“These are definitely tough times, but we’re focusing on the players we have [käytettävissä] as well as our ability to replace players when needed. ”

According to Lamoriello, the Islanders camp will remain as positive as possible. In addition to Chára, the list of corona protocols is Anders Lee, Josh Bailey, Kieffer Bellows, Ross Johnston, Adam Pelech and Andy Greene.

Chára, 44, is already playing in the NHL through her 24th season. The six-time constellation defender has once again won both the Stanley Cup and the Norris Award for Best Defender.

He is especially remembered for his Boston Bruins shirt. Chára served as Bruins captain for as long as 14 years from 2006 to 2020.

Islanders announced Tuesday as well Brock Nelson injury. A lower body injury keeps a 30-year-old assailant aside for an estimated 2 to 4 weeks.

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