October 22, 2021

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Calgary Flames defenceman Travis Hamonic will never perform in NHL’s restart

Calgary Flames defenceman Travis Hamonic won't play in NHL's restart

Calgary Flames defenceman Travis Hamonic has determined not to enjoy in the NHL’s restart.

The Flames claimed Friday night time that Hamonic has opted out of the NHL’s return-to-enjoy method.

Players have till Monday at 5 p.m. ET to declare they are opting out following the ratification of the NHL’s return-to-engage in protocol on Friday evening.

Hamonic, 29, experienced a few targets and 9 helps in 50 games this period.

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The Flames defenceman said in a assertion posted to Twitter that his choice centred around the reality that his daughter contracted a incredibly serious respiratory virus very last year.

“Due to what my daughter already has gone as a result of and the considerations if she were being to capture COVID-19, I have made a decision to opt out and seek a go away of absence from the Calgary Flames for the remainder of the playoffs,” Hamonic claimed.

The Flames will encounter the Winnipeg Jets in a best-of-5 perform in series starting up Aug. 1 in Edmonton.

“Travis defined that due to family members factors, he has built the complicated decision not to participate in the Stanley Cup qualifier and playoffs,” Flames normal supervisor Brad Treliving mentioned in a assertion.

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