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The NHL has reported no positive COVID-19 cases in the past week

The league says it administered a total of 4,256 tests to more than 800 players from July 18 to 25.

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The National Hockey League reported zero players tested positive for the coronavirus last week.

The league says it administered a total of 4,256 tests to more than 800 players from July 18 to 25. Two players tested positive during the first week of training camps July 13 to 17.

Players and staff from the 24 teams participating in the expanded Stanley Cup playoffs traveled to the hub cities of Toronto and Edmonton, Alberta, on Sunday. They're now in a quarantined bubble and will be tested daily after every other day testing during camp.

"The NHL will continue to provide regular updates on the number of tests administered to Players and the results of those tests," the NHL said in a written statement. "The League will not be providing information on the identity of the Players or Clubs."