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"This COVID virus just did so much damage into his lungs, he just couldn't keep responding, his body just couldn't keep up,'' Neil Sasakamoose said in the video. "When I talked to him, I asked him how he was feeling, if he was scared. He said, `I'm not scared, I'm ready to go, if I got to go, I'm going to go.'"

The owners and the players split hockey-related revenue 50-50 under the terms of the collective bargaining agreement. A portion of players' salaries is held in escrow during the accounting process. The extension capped escrow, starting at 20 percent for 2020-21 and descending to 6 percent by 2023-24.Tennessee Titans for NHL Face Masks

"It would be incredible if it ends up happening where I can join the team at some point," Gasol added.Miami Dolphins for NHL Face Masks
 
Gasol has arranged for workout partners to receive weekly coronavirus testing and has them wear masks during contact drills, he said. Between sessions, he requests his workout partners remain vigilant about social distancing, wearing masks and other protective measures. Expanding beyond a few workout partners has been difficult during the pandemic.
 
"We are in consistent contact with the NHL as well as officials from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the City of Boston, and are exploring all possible venue options for the upcoming season ----- including Fenway Park. At this point we are in the exploratory phase," the team said in a statement.
  
"I think this is perhaps the most important thing," the Commissioner said. "What we're focused on is trying to get through the '20-21 season so that we can be back in position for '21-22 to normalcy. … We are hopeful and optimistic based on everything we're hearing that we can look at normalcy by the time we get to '21-22 whatever happens this season."