MENU

Update | COVID-19 cases and 2021 Playoffs

QMJHL

 

Montreal, QC — After another wave of COVID-19 testing, the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League announces that a total of four active cases have been diagnosed among the Quebec Remparts’ players, and 11 positive results have been recorded within the Gatineau Olympiques organization.

However, their three opponents and the officials involved in last week’s games tested negative to COVID-19. Nevertheless, the players and staff of the Drakkar, the Armada and the Océanic are also in isolation for 14 days.

Therefore, the 2021 President Cup playoffs will not begin until at least the end of the mandatory quarantine period. With player safety being the league’s top priority, the league will ensure that infected players have sufficiently recovered and are back to full health before even considering return to play scenarios.

More News
CHL Player of the Night - Dino Kambeitz (Apr. 9)
6 hours ago
CHL Leaders: WHL grad White returns to his roots with Tigers
17 hours ago
CHL Player of the Night - Mathieu Desgagnes (Apr. 8)
1 day ago
Kia CHL Top-10 Spotlight: Blazers bring offensive firestorm
2 days ago
CHL Player of the Night - Reed Jacobson (Apr. 7)
2 days ago
The Week That Was – Getting set for the Under-18s
3 days ago