NHL postpones Blackhawks vs. Oilers game on Jan. 18

NHL delays another Blackhawks video game initially appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

The NHL revealed Wednesday that the Blackhawks vs. Oilers video game in Edmonton on Tuesday, Jan. 18 has actually been delayed due to Canadian participation constraints. The league will reschedule the video game later on in the season when the constraints are lifted/eased.

That brings the overall variety of Blackhawks posts ponement to 6, which are most likely to be comprised in February throughout what would’ve been the Winter season Olympics break. 

Without any fans allowed specific Canadian cities for the time being, the NHL is wanting to safeguard eviction income as much as possible. Refraining from doing so might affect the income cap forecasts moving on, to name a few things. 

The Oilers make approximately $2.5 million per house video game, according to reports, which provides you a much better concept of why Chicago’s video game in Edmonton will be rescheduled.

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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.