The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:
The NHL closed February with a season-low-matching four players on its COVID-19 list.
Konecny was the final Flyers player in the protocol after the team had as many as seven on the list on Feb. 17.
The overall NHL numbers have stayed in single digits since Feb. 22, when there were nine players in the protocol. Overall, that’s down from a season-high 59 players on the list Feb. 12.
Nemeth’s addition ups the total to 129 players having spent at least one day in the protocol. The New Jersey Devils top that list with 21 players affected and spending a combined 259 days on the COVID-19 list.
Montreal and Calgary are the only NHL teams that have not had a player placed in protocol since the season began on Jan. 13.
The men’s basketball game between Washington State and Arizona State scheduled for Monday will not be played due to COVID-19 issues in the Cougars’ program.
Arizona State won 77-74 in overtime when the teams played on Saturday, but a Washington State player tested positive for COVID-19 Monday morning.
The game had been rescheduled from earlier in the season due to coronavirus issues at Arizona State.
The Sun Devils close out the regular season against Colorado and Utah this week.
The Football Championship Subdivision game between East Tennessee and Wofford on Saturday has been postponed.
The game was supposed to be played at Wofford, but the Terriers have dropped below the guidelines for available players at a specific position group due to COVID-19 player opt-outs and injuries.
The teams play in the Southern Conference. There was no immediate word of when the game might be rescheduled.
East Tennessee will host Furman on March 13, while Wofford will head to Samford that same day.
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