The spread of the coronavirus has put a halt to 2019-2020 seasons, and there are few ideas as to if or when the season is going to resume. Though the season is on hold, that does not mean that all NHL entertainment has come to a halt.
On Saturday morning, the Edmonton Oilers and Caves family announced that center Colby Cave died at only 25 years old.
Since it has been a month since the season’s suspension, both the NHL and the NHL Player’s Association are looking for ways they can resume and complete the 2019-2020 campaign. According to Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet, one idea thrown around is to play the remainder of the season in North Dakota with only players and essential personnel present.
There is no denying the success of the Vegas Golden Knights in their first three seasons of existence. The Las Vegas NHL franchise burst onto the scene in their 2017-2018 season winning both the Pacific Division and the Western Conference Championships before being denied a Stanley Cup by the Washington Capitals in the Final.