Postponed Senators at Devils game rescheduled to Dec. 6

Ottawa Senators' Josh Norris, center, is congratulated by teammates Brady Tkachuk (7), Drake Batherson (19), Artem Zub, second from right, and Thomas Chabot, right, after scoring his second goal of an NHL hockey game. (Ray Carlin/AP)

The NHL has rescheduled the Ottawa Senators at New Jersey Devils game, originally scheduled for Nov. 16, to Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. ET, the league announced Friday.

The league announced the postponement of three Senators games earlier this week amid the club's COVID-19 outbreak, marking the first time this season games were postponed because of the virus.

Dates for Thursday's postponed game against the Nashville Predators and Saturday's postponed game against the New York Rangers have not yet been determined.

As of Sunday, the Senators had 10 players and one assistant coach in COVID protocols. The team has lost seven of its eight games so far in November and is last in the Atlantic Division with a 4-10-1 record.

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