Ducks, Kings say no players have shown COVID-19 signs or symptoms

NHLPA Executive Director Donald Fehr joins Sid Seixeiro to discuss the steps taken following the positive COVID-19 test on the Ottawa Senators.

Two California NHL teams say none of their players have tested positive or shown signs of COVID-19 after a player on the Ottawa Senators recently contracted the virus.

Both the Anaheim Ducks and Los Angeles Kings released statements Wednesday night indicating all their players had not demonstrated any coronavirus symptoms.

The Ottawa Senators announced late Tuesday night that one of their players had tested positive for COVID-19, the global pandemic which has suspended NHL play indefinitely.

Ottawa played the Ducks last Tuesday before then facing the Kings on Wednesday. The league joined several other major sports leagues and postponed play the following day.

The Senators say the unidentified player’s symptoms are mild and the player is in isolation.

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