Calgary Flames and Vancouver Canucks postponed at last minute due to COVID-19

By Field Level Media
Mar 8, 2021; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Vancouver Canucks forward Bo Horvat (53) and forward Adam Gaudette (96) and forward J.T. Miller (9) and defenseman Quinn Hughes (43) celebrate Gaudette s goal against the Montreal Canadiens in the third period at Rogers Arena. Canucks won 2-1 in an overtime shootout. Mandatory Credit: Bob Frid-USA TODAY Sports

The scheduled Wednesday night game between the Calgary Flames and the host Vancouver Canucks was postponed due to COVID-19, according to the NHL.

The announcement was made within two hours of faceoff after Vancouver forward Adam Gaudette as well as an unnamed Vancouver player and a Canucks coach entered COVID-19 protocols. The Canucks are scheduled to play Saturday in Edmonton to kick off a seven-game road trip.

The Flames don’t have any players on the COVID-19 list and are slated to travel to Edmonton to play the Oilers on Friday.

The NHL will further update the situation on Thursday.

–Field Level Media