FILE PHOTO: Jan 22, 2021; Washington, District of Columbia, USA; Buffalo Sabres head coach Ralph Krueger (M) looks on against the Washington Capitals in the first period at Capital One Arena. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

It is the most recent setback for a group which has had its matches postponed at least through Monday. The group has four players around the COVID-19 record, such as celebrity winger Taylor Hall.

Two other groups — both the Devils and Wild — have stopped their season because of COVID-19 problems. New Jersey includes a whopping 17 players around the COVID-19 list.

The previous time that the Sabres played was back matches against the Devils on Jan. 30 and 31.

Buffalo has published a 4-4-2 markers and is now sixth in the East Division.

Since the season started Jan. 13, 22 matches are postponed and approximately 90 players have emerged on the league’s COVID-19 protocol-related lack list.

On Thursday, the team announced stricter stadium protocols to combat the spread of this virus — such as eliminating the glass behind the seats to improve air circulation.