Bruins postpone all games until December 26

BOSTON, Mass. (WLNE)- The Boston Bruins will not being playing any games until after Christmas, the NHL announced on Saturday.

The league decided to postpone the games due to an increased amount of positive cases of COVID-19.

The Bruins will close their training facilities until further notice as an additional precaution.

A total of four games were scheduled to be played during the span, December 18 against Montreal, December 19 against Ottawa, December 21 against Carolina, and December 23 against Colorado.

Fans that had tickets for the two postponed home games will be able to use those tickets on the rescheduled dates.

None of the cancelled games have been rescheduled at this time.

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