Daly: The NHL does not currently plan to suspend the Games

NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said the league has no plans to postpone Wednesday night’s play-off games in the wake of the NBA’s decision to delay three post-season matchups.

“I don’t expect the league to start a game stoppage,” the Daily said via Sportsnet’s Chris Johnston. “Obviously, our players can express themselves as they see fit.”

NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said there are currently no plans to suspend night games. “I don’t expect the league to start a game. “Clearly, our players can express themselves as they see fit.”

– Chris Johnston (@ReporterCharis) August 26, 2020

The NHL, however, will show a momentary reflection before tonight’s post-season games, Johnston reported.

Following the shooting of Jacob Blake, the NHL will capture a moment before tonight’s Tampa / Boston game in Toronto and tonight’s Colorado / Dallas game in Edmonton.

– Chris Johnston (@ReporterCharis) August 26, 2020

The statement came from the Daily, Milwaukee Books decided to boycott their series 5 against the Orlando Magic in protest after Jacob Blake was shot in Kenosha by Vince. Players from the Houston Rockets, Oklahoma City Thunder, Los Angeles Lakes and Portland Trail Blazers have decided to do it soon. After these decisions began, the NBA announced that it would suspend and reschedule three games.

Blake, a 29-year-old unarmed black man, was shot seven times by police in Kenosha, Wis., On Sunday. The shooting sparked protests in Kenosha against police brutality and systematic racism.

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