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    While the U.S. is allowing fans into their arena’s for sporting events, Canada has restricted the attendance to zero. Canada’s deputy chief public health officer does not see the country changing its restrictions for the NHL playoffs. 

    Every playoff game played in the U.S. so far has had fans, with some attendances reaching 12,000 fans. That happened on Monday night in Carolina, when the Hurricanes faced off against the Nashville Predators. 

    Dr, Howard Njoo said in Canada allowing fans into games is not under “serious consideration”. Canadian teams have played this year exclusively in the country with no fans. The playoffs have a Canadian division where the last Canadian survivor will face one of the three remaining American teams in the third round.

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