Ottawa Senators player first in National Hockey League to test positive for coronavirus

Ottawa Senators player first in National Hockey League to test positive for coronavirus

Ottawa Senators player first in National Hockey League to test positive for coronavirus

An unnamed Ottawa Senators player has tested positive for COVID-19, as first reported by Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman and later confirmed by the team.

The Senators have asked all of their players to remain isolated and says its medical staff will be monitoring the health of the players.

Locally, the Senators played the Islanders in Ottawa on March 5, though it is unclear whether the player had the virus at that time.

The Senators played their final game against the Los Angeles Kings at the Staples Center in California on March 11 before the season was suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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The team arrived in San Jose 10 days ago when Santa Clara health officials were starting to warn that the Sharks shouldn't be holding home games.

Chris Johnston shared that the Senators sent some of their players to Belleville to self-isolate, but it appears that none of these players are the one that has been diagnosed.

Besides the four Nets and Gobert, Utah's Donovan Mitchell and Detroit's Christian Wood are the other National Basketball Association players who have tested positive. The Sharks said last Thursday that a part-time employee at SAP Center tested positive for the coronavirus.

A Senators player has tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a team statement Tuesday night. The latest positive tests came Tuesday night when the Brooklyn Nets announced four of their players had COVID-19. The spread of the virus has resulted in the cancellations and suspensions of leagues and tournaments across major and amateur sports worldwide. The safety and health of their players, staff, and fans must always come first.

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