Flames games postponed through at least Dec. 16 due to COVID-19 outbreak

A Zamboni crosses over the Calgary Flames logo at the Saddledome. (CP Photo)

The Calgary Flames will have at least three games postponed after six players and one staff member entered the NHL's COVID protocol.

Monday's game in Chicago, Tuesday's in Nashville and Thursday's versus Toronto are now postponed.

Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman reports the Flames did not travel to Chicago because of COVID concerns.

Sportsnet's Eric Francis reports the players are not experiencing symptoms currently.

Prior to the Flames' games, the league had postponed five games this season because of COVID outbreaks -- three involving the Ottawa Senators and two with the New York Islanders.

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