BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Buffalo Sabres head coach Ralph Krueger was back at practice on Sunday after his battle with COVID-19, along with defenseman Rasmus Dahlin who was taken off the COVID-19 list.
#Sabres head coach Ralph Krueger made a brief appearance at today’s skate. Then, he went back into the locker room, captured here ⬇️— Adam Unger (@AdamUnger_7) February 14, 2021
Defenseman Rasmus Dahlin is also on the ice today @WKBW #letsgobuffalo pic.twitter.com/78uagl9PvW
The Sabres announced on Thursday, February 4th that Krueger tested positive for COVID-19.
Dahlin was added to the COVID-19 list on Sunday, February 8th, and was the second player taken off the list, after Taylor Hall was taken off the list on Saturday.
Now Rasmus Dahlin explaining his time in protocol #Sabres— Adam Unger (@AdamUnger_7) February 14, 2021
“I was negative from the beginning... just tried to stay away and do the things I have to do, and get ready for the game tomorrow.”
Since he never tested positive, he could still work out. #letsgobuffalo @WKBW
The Sabres are scheduled to play their first game since January 31st on Monday against the New York Islanders.