Supporters of the Montreal canadiens disappointed not to see their preferred team will be able to console him somewhat, as the national hockey League (NHL) announced Tuesday the sale of protective masks with the colors of his 31 training.
The product which will be offered online will be used to protect the user in connection with the recommendations of the organizations responsible for public health in Canada and the United States. All aims of course to reduce the spread of coronavirus and to support Canadian food Banks and Feeding America, as a portion of the money earned through sales will be awarded.
“The health, well-being and the safety of our supporters and all the communities in the world are our number 1 priority, said the executive vice president of legislative affairs, and social impact of the growth initiatives of the NHL, Kim Davis, in a press release. We are committed to support the effort requested by public Health to cover the face. And there will be a significant advantage in helping the food banks that help feed people during this particular time.”
On the ice, the activities of the NHA are interrupted since 12 march.