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Based on those trends, the Kings expressed concern that they might be one of the last teams allowed to have fans back at home games inside Staples Center. Hence, they're considering plans to play home games at an outdoor venue like the Galaxy's stadium, specifically if other NHL teams are able to play in front of small capacities of fans in their arenas. Tennessee Titans for NHL Face Masks

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All that said, the Lightning have to figure out a way to keep at least Cirelli, a future Selke Trophy winner as the League's best defensive forward and potential future captain (although Tampa Bay captain Steven Stamkos is certainly not going anywhere). Cirelli is the perfect third-line center in the NHL today, especially playing behind Stamkos and Brayden Point. He has breakaway speed, a high hockey IQ, strength in the middle of the ice, and the versatility to move up the lineup if necessary (if, for example, Tampa Bay wants to play Stamkos at right wing). You win in the NHL today with strength down the middle, and the Lightning have that. If they can't keep Cirelli, they could have a difficult time replacing him without having to rob from another area.

"The Government of Canada's priority is to protect the health and safety of Canadians. The resumption of sports events in Canada must be undertaken in adherence to Canada's measures to mitigate the importation and spread of COVID-19," the Public Health Agency of Canada said in a statement on December 17. "NHL teams and other professional sports teams must operate within the rules of their provincial jurisdictions for sports or sporting events."

But unless professional players are under doctor’s orders to protect their faces, full shields are not allowed in the NHL and AHL, North America’s two top leagues.

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Based on what the NHL is being told by medical experts, particularly regarding the availability of vaccines to the general public, Commissioner Bettman said arenas could be full in 2021-22, when the Seattle Kraken begin play as an expansion team.

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