National Lacrosse League Postpones 3 Games Over COVID-19 Concerns – Calgary | The Canadian News

The National Lacrosse League has postponed three games due to COVID-19.

The league made the announcement Monday after consulting with authorities and health officials in Canada and the United States.

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Thursday’s game between the Halifax Thunderbirds and the Calgary Roughnecks at Scotiabank Saddledome is the first meeting affected.

Friday’s games between the New York Riptide and Colorado Mammoth, as well as the San Diego Seals and Saskatchewan Rush at the SaskTel Center will also be rescheduled.

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The NLL says it made the decision out of great caution that will maintain the competitive balance in the league.

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The league says it expects to play Week 6 of the season from January 7-8, but will issue an update if there are any changes.

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