The head coach of the Golden Knights Vegas, Peter DeBoer, wanted to show reassuring on the second day of absence in a row of keeper Marc-André Fleury at the camp of the team on Tuesday.
The Quebecois had the right to treatment on Monday, according to the website NHL.com. No information about the next day, however, was not offered.
“To put an end to the speculation, there is nothing about a positive test to the COVID-19, or other stuff like that,” said DeBoer, adding that Fleury will join his family this week.
On the same day, the driver claimed to the site The Athletic that he intended to use his two guards to the back of the activities of the national League. Robin Lehner is the other masked man on whom he could rely.
Vegas will participate in a mini-tournament at the round of the formations of the head of the Association of the West. Fleury has kept a record of 27-16-5, an average goals allowed of 2.77 and an efficiency rate of ,905 during the campaign.