The training on ice the Franco-Ontarian Claude Giroux will ultimately lasted only a day, while the Centre at Minto in Ottawa, has been forced to temporarily close its doors.
The captain of the Philadelphia Flyers, said he was very happy to be able to don the pads on Thursday. However, according to TSN, the private arena located in the federal capital will no longer be able to accommodate visitors, Giroux, in the next few days due to the pandemic of sars coronavirus. The authorities have forced its closure.
The leaders of the Center Minto, however, had already imposed rules to follow to skaters, asking them in particular to arrive with their equipment on the back, with the exception of skates and the helmet. Only four players and one coach were allowed on the ice at the same time.