Bruins Player Tested Positive For COVID-19, Has Since Tested Negative Twice

As the NHL begins to allow voluntary workouts for players at team facilities, a Boston Bruin has tested positive for COVID-19.

The team announced Friday morning that one of its players tested positive for the coronavirus. However, the player proceeded to test negative twice thereafter and has been asymptomatic.

During a Zoom call with the media after the announcement, Bruins general manager Don Sweeney indicated that the player who tested positive has not been at the team facility.

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