The Minnesota Wild and the Colorado Avalanche warm up before an exhibition game Wednesday at Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta. (Getty Images) Execs from Seattle, Prevent Advisors among those handling roles in Toronto, Edmonton OVG Facilities is playing a key supporting role for the NHL to get safely back on the ice to complete the 2019-20 season during the pandemic, said Peter Luukko, co-chairman of OVG’s Arena Alliance. The group has 12 officials equally distributed within the two “bubbles” in Toronto and Edmonton. The two NHL cities serve as the hubs for 24 teams competing for the Stanley Cup. Playoff qualifier series begin Saturday at Scotiabank Arena and Rogers Place, nearly five months after the season was halted by the COVID-19 crisis.  The conference finals and Stanley Cup Finals, set for Rogers Place, will run into October. “The NHL hired us to assist them in setting up the bubbles and… Continue Reading OVG Goes Into the Bubble With NHL

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