NHL announces more postponements for Sabres, Devils and Wild

FILE - This Nov. 17, 2016, file photo shows a view of Xcel Energy Center before an NHL hockey game between the Minnesota Wild and the Boston Bruins in St. Paul, Minn. (Paul Battaglia/AP)

The NHL has announced additional postponements for games involving the Buffalo Sabres, New Jersey Devils and Minnesota Wild.

The Sabres (vs. Washington Capitals on Feb. 11 and 13) and Wild (vs. St. Louis Blues on Feb 11 and Feb. 13 vs. Los Angeles Kings) each have two postponements while the Devils (Feb. 11 and 13 vs. Philadelphia Flyers and Feb. 15 vs. Boston Bruins) have three in total.

This comes as all three teams have numerous players on the NHL's COVID-19 Protocol List and pushes the total number of games postponed this season due to COVID-19 up to 33.

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