Wednesday, April 1, 2020
Nashville Predators vs. Los Angeles Kings SEASON PAUSED
Bridgestone Arena
Thu, Mar 26 7:00 pm

National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman today released the following statement regarding the 2019-20 NHL season: "In light of ongoing developments resulting from the coronavirus, and after consulting with medical experts and convening a conference call of the Board of Governors, the National Hockey League is announcing today that it will pause the 2019‑20 season beginning with tonight's games. "The NHL has been attempting to follow the mandates of health experts and local authorities while preparing for any possible developments without taking premature or unnecessary measures. However, following last night's news that an NBA player has tested positive for coronavirus - and given that our leagues share so many facilities and locker rooms and it now seems likely that some member of the NHL community would test positive at some point - it is no longer appropriate to try to continue to play games at this time. "We will continue to monitor all the appropriate medical advice, and we will encourage our players and other members of the NHL community to take all reasonable precautions - including by self-quarantine, where appropriate. Our goal is to resume play as soon as it is appropriate and prudent so that we will be able to complete the season and award the Stanley Cup. Until then, we thank NHL fans for your patience and hope you stay healthy."   Preds action resumes after the bye week and NHL All-Star Weekend - held this season on Jan. 25 to 26 in St. Louis - on Jan. 27 against Toronto at home; the month's slate concludes with a back-to-back in Washington and New Jersey on Jan. 29 to 30. After a home game against Vegas on the first of February, the Predators head out for a four-game road trip on Feb. 4 to 10 with stops in Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver. A game against the Islanders, a home-and-home with St. Louis and a trip to Chicago are on the docket for the middle of February. Nashville's season-long five-game homestand, set for Feb. 22 to March 2, will see the team take on Columbus, Ottawa, Calgary, Colorado and Edmonton at Bridgestone Arena. March - Nashville's busiest month with 15 games scheduled - includes eight contests against Central Division foes, starting with a trip to Minnesota on March 3 and two consecutive tilts vs. the Stars on March 5 to 7. The second game against Dallas kicks off the team's season-long five-game road trip, which features contests against Montreal, Toronto, Columbus and concludes on March 15 against the Wild. Other games on the March schedule include home tilts against Colorado, Philadelphia, Winnipeg and Los Angeles and trips to Chicago, Arizona, and Colorado. Two of the final three games of the regular season take place in Nashville from April 1 to 4, with the Predators hosting Montreal and Minnesota and traveling to Philadelphia for their final road game on April 2. Nashville closes out its home slate and the 2019-20 season the way it began, with a game against the W

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