The new reduced quarantine regulations are good news for United States-based teams like the Lightning. The NHL is following other leagues and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention by cutting COVID-19 isolation times to five days under certain conditions and where it is allowed by local laws.

The change went into effect Wednesday and applies only in the United States because of stricter pandemic regulations in Canada. The league has 25 teams based in the U.S. and seven in Canada and on Tuesday postponed nine games scheduled for north of the border because of attendance limits imposed by provincial […]

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