HUGE news for the NHL’s North division ahead of the NHL trade deadline.
The Federal government of Canada are getting ready to approve a 7 day quarantine with extra testing for players being traded form an American team to a Canadian team rather than the 14 day quarantine that is currently in place.
This is big news for all Canadian teams that are looking to improve their rosters before the trade deadline on April 12th. The deadline looked like it may be slow due to the excessive 14 day quarantine but with it now being cut in half, expect more teams to get very active.
Federal government poised to approve a 7-day quarantine with extra testing for NHL players traded from American teams to Canadian teams before the April 12th trade deadline. Government source says all provinces with NHL teams have approved of the measures.
— CBC News Alerts (@CBCAlerts) March 25, 2021
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