Mikko Rantanen of Colorado, who plays brilliantly and is in the top ten of the NHL points exchange, has been added to the NHL's corona protocol list.

According to Peter Baugh of The Athletic, Rantanen's corona test on Tuesday turned out to be positive.

Colorado, one of the biggest championship favorites of the season, was hit by a coronation discipline late last week and has been canceled three matches.

However, at least a large cluster of infections has not yet emerged, as in addition to Rantanen, only Joonas Donskoi and Philipp Grubauer, who were added to the corona list at the moment, were added to it last week.

- The lungs have been the worst.

At times, it has been difficult to get oxygen.

There has been a fever and the nights have gone by sweating.

Now it's starting to make it a little easier and he can do something a little bit, Donskoi told the Raahe Region on Sunday.

Colorado is scheduled to return to the trough Finnish time the night before Friday in St. Louis.

Despite Rantanen's case, at least no new cancellations have yet been made, but the situation will be reviewed after the mass test on Wednesday morning.

Heiskanen and Hintz on the sidelines

The adversity of Dallas Stars, which struggled with injury concerns throughout the season, continues.

Roope Hintz, who plays with a lower body injury, was once again missing from the lineup when Dallas faced Detroit at home on Wednesday morning.

The absence of the horrible Hintz was not a big surprise, but in addition to him, Miro Heiskanen was also missing from the line.

A lower body injury was also reported as the reason for Heiskanen's absence.

This is only the second time in Heiskanen’s NHL career that he has been sidelined from a match in Dallas.

Last season, the star defender had to miss one game.