The Vancouver Canucks game against the New York Islanders has been delayed. That game should happen on January 5.
On Thursday, Sportsnet insider Elliotte Friedman announced that the Canucks games on January 5 against the New York Islanders and January 8 against the Ottawa Senators were logical going to be deferred.
On Friday evening, Patrick Johnston of The Province and The Vancouver Sun originally announced that the game against the Islanders was delayed.
The association made the authority declaration soon after. The Canucks game against the Islanders was one of nine games that were deferred. The Islanders games in Edmonton and Calgary have likewise been deferred.
Everything except one of the games delayed are games in Canadian urban areas and the games were deferred because of limit limitations.
For the time being, Vancouver’s down against the Senators will go on as arranged. The club additionally put out an assertion later the annoucement.
“Fans should clutch their tickets as they will be respected for the rescheduled date, which will be imparted when it is affirmed,” said the assertion. “The association is currently exploring and overhauling its normal season plan. The Vancouver Canucks have followed, and will keep on after, all suggested rules pointed toward ensuring the wellbeing and security of their Players, staff and networks on the loose as set by the NHL and nearby wellbeing specialists.”
six Vancouver games delayed.
In the wake of beginning the season with 100% limit, the group reported their games would be restricted to half limit on December 17 because of common wellbeing rules.
The other Canadian groups have had limit restricts and have had games delayed too. The Montreal Canadiens won’t have fans in the Bell Center until additional notification and the Winnipeg Jets will not have fans until at minimum January 11.
The Canucks next game will be on Saturday where they are in Seattle to take on the Kraken.