Toronto Maple Leaves forward William Neylander was back on the NHL’s Covid-19 protocol list on Thursday, but no other players from the squad were included.
This is the second day the 24-year-old has been on the list.
Nylander, who exposed the positive COVID-19 case from close contact outside the team, missed Wednesday’s game against the Montreal Canadians and will remain within the league’s protocol until it is determined whether his expression results in a positive case.
Maple leaves indicated that Nylander would be isolated when further tests were conducted. NHL protocols, As mentioned According to Elliott Friedman of Sportsnet, a player must self-isolate for at least seven days after exposure to COVID-19, with test results pending.
Nylander was on the ice for a morning slide of maple leaves on Wednesday, but according to Chris Johnston of Sportsnet, the initial symptom is incubation time, which is not believed to be the time he exposes while skating with his teammates as he should be considered contagious.
Toronto’s game against Montreal on Wednesday was played without delay.
Nylander has 13 goals and 30 points from 39 games this season.