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The NAHL announced the cancellation of the 2019-20 season early this afternoon, including the 2020 NAHL Robertson Cup playoffs and Championship. Learn more from the official statement from Commissioner, Mark Frankenfeld and the NAHL below.

Statement from NAHL Commissioner Mark Frankenfeld:
“The NAHL and its Board of Governors did everything in our power to preserve a modified playoff and Robertson Cup Finals to ensure our players had every opportunity to compete for and win a Robertson Cup Championship. The latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendation of cancelling all events of 50 or more people during the next eight weeks made that reality impossible without dramatically disrupting the rest of our hockey calendar.  All NAHL teams will move forward with their tryout camp schedule, which is currently outside the CDC window.”
“We have had an incredible and memorable 2019-20 season up until this point, so this is a very sad day for everyone associated with the NAHL. We share that disappointment with all of our teams, parents, billet families, staff, sponsors, and fans. However, the biggest disappointment we have today is for our players. They are the backbone of the NAHL and we are blessed to have some incredible players and talent in our league. However, the safety of our hockey community, including all of our players, is our top priority and the decision to cancel the remainder of the season was necessary and in the best interest of everyone involved,” continued Frankenfeld.
In addition to the NAHL canceling the remainder of the season, the NAHL also announced that all 2020 NAHL Combines, the Prep Invitational in Chicago in late March, and the 18U Top Prospects Tournament in Blaine in May, have all been suspended. The NAHL is committed to rescheduling these events as soon as possible.
In the coming weeks, the NAHL will announce its 2019-20 season awards. The 2020 NAHL Draft is scheduled to take place online at on Tuesday, June 2nd at 1pm (central) and can also be seen live on HockeyTV.
With the season officially coming to the end, the Blizzard would like to thank all fan, families, billets, coaches and players for what they did on an off the ice.
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