Three Senators games postponed due to COVID-19 outbreak
The Ottawa Senators' next three NHL games have been postponed due to a coronavirus outbreak.
Ten Senators players and associate coach Jack Capuano are in NHL COVID-19 protocol following positive tests over the past 10 days.
Drake Batherson, Austin Watson, Alex Formenton, Dylan Gambrell and Connor Brown missed the 4-0 defeat to the Calgary Flames on Sunday, with Nick Holden, Victor Mete, Nikita Zaitsev, Josh Brown and Matt Murray also absent.
Ottawa's training facilities have been closed until further notice, and they will not face the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday or the Nashville Predators on Thursday.
Saturday's game against the New York Rangers has also been called off on Monday, with the league citing "evidence of continued spread in recent days."
They are the first games postponed this season due to concerns over the virus, with 55 having been postponed last season.
The NHL stated that rescheduled dates for the three games are to be determined.