The Toronto Six will return to the ice sooner than anticipated.
The Six will change the Metropolitan Riveters in going through the Buffalo Beauts on Wednesday night time in National Women’s Hockey League motion.
The NWHL says the change was made in line with the league’s medical protocols prioritizing health and security.
The enlargement Six (1-1-1) gained their first sport on Tuesday night time, edging the Boston Pride 2-1.
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The NWHL is taking part in in a quarantined surroundings in Lake Placid, N.Y.
Each of the six groups had been scheduled to play 5 video games in eight days adopted by the playoffs, with the semifinals and last airing on NBCSN.
The NWHL did not crown a 2020 Isobel Cup champion in its fifth season due to the pandemic.
The majority of the Six roster is Canadian NCAA Division 1 alumni with some who additionally performed within the defunct Canadian Women’s Hockey League.