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Two National Hockey League teams say multiple players have tested positive for the novel coronavirus while preparing for the new season. The Columbus Blue Jackets said in an email to The Associated Press that ''several'' players recently tested positive and went into quarantine. The Vegas Golden Knights confirmed via email that four players recently tested positive, have been self-isolating and are recovering well.
Despite the fact that the Lightning general manager had constructed what many felt was the deepest and most talented roster in the NHL, he said probability does not promise anything. "When the season starts, the odds are that you're not winning the Stanley Cup," he said. "Even when the playoffs start and you're down to 16 teams, even if you're the top seed, the odds are that you're not winning the Stanley Cup."