CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Chicago Blackhawks game against the Calgary Flames Monday at the United Center has been postponed by the NHL due to a COVID outbreak on the Flames.
The Flames have reported six players and a staff member who are in the COVID-19 protocol, the league said.
The Blackhawks game which was originally set to be played Monday at the United Center will be rescheduled.
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The team had been planning to honor goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury for his milestone of 500 wins Monday night. He will now be honored at the next Blackhawks home game on Wednesday.