One game has been postponed as a total of 15 players have been added to the NHL's COVID-19 protocol on Tuesday.
The Hurricanes had their matchup with the Minnesota Wild called off for Tuesday after Carolina's Ian Cole, Steven Lorentz, Jordan Staal and Andrei Svechnikov all entered the protocol..
Boston Bruins star Brad Marchand, New York Islanders centre Mathew Barzal and Vancouver Canucks defenceman Luke Schenn were among the players to join the list around the league.
The Bruins also placed forward Craig Smith in the protocol, while the Canucks also added forward Juho Lammikko to the list. Edmonton Oilers forward Ryan McLeod marked the 15th player added on the day.
Colorado Avalanche defenceman Devon Toews and Florida Panthers winger Ryan Lomberg also joined the list earlier in the day,
The Calgary Flames, who have had their games postponed through at least Thursday after six players entered the protocol Monday, added defenceman Noah Hanifin and forwards Milan Lucic and Sean Monahan to the list on Tuesday.
The Hurricanes are now the fourth team to have at least one game postponed after the Flames joined the Ottawa Senators and New York Islanders, who had games postponed last month.