Peter Laviolette Out Of COVID Protocol; Will Be Behind The Bench For Tuesday’s Game Vs. Panthers

The Washington Capitals announced Tuesday that head coach Peter Laviolette will be behind the bench tonight after removal from the NHL’s COVID protocol list.

Laviolette has missed the last two games after being placed in the league’s protocol on November 11.

The Capitals clash with the Florida Panthers at FLA Live Arena tonight. Puck drop is set for just after 7 PM ET.

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5 Responses to Peter Laviolette Out Of COVID Protocol; Will Be Behind The Bench For Tuesday’s Game Vs. Panthers

  1. novafyre says:

    rats

    • Jon Sorensen says:

      Lol. Common’ Fyre.

    • Jon Sorensen says:

      Thinking about last two games. I wonder how that went. Did Kevin McCarthy come up with the idea of moving Milano to top line, or was Lavi on the phone/in McCarthy’s ear during the games.

      • novafyre says:

        I just got a different vibe with McC behind the bench. Very even 5on5 ice time last game. It will give you and your fellow professional analysts something to compare — game with Lavi before, two with McC, game with Lavi after.

      • novafyre says:

        How different COVID protocol is now. No ten days isolation. How did he get to Sunrise? Did he fly commercial to Sunrise from DC? Drive down I-95? Did he go charter with the team through Tampa and just stay away from the team? Doesn’t seem his COVID experience was very bad if he’s back already. I would guess that he was involved in scratches, lines, pre-game stuff but it was McC for in-game decisions.

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