The public relations nightmare continues to build for Boston Bruins owners the Delaware North Company and Jacobs family. 

The Bruins remain the only team without any sort of plan announced to take care of their event employees that currently don't have any work because of the suspended season. 

Both the Boston Celtics and Boston Red Sox have announced plans while the Bruins have gone off the grid and kept it silent and it's employees in the dark. 

The team has been criticized by fans, but the latest criticism comes from Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey. 

"This is really troubling. Delaware North owns the Bruins, and its the only organization in the NHL that hasn’t announced financial support to game day employees. These wages will make a huge difference to hourly workers at the Garden. I hope the Jacobs family will act soon."

Various media companies like WEEI and the Boston Herald have continuously tried to reach out for comment from DNC but they've been ignored.