The last couple of weeks have been full of questions not only for NHL players and their season, but also for event and maintenance staff for arenas across the league.
When it comes to the Boston Bruins and TD Garden staff, there's been lots of questions and Jeremy Jacobs has come under lots of fire.
After weeks of keeping employees in the dark, Jacobs was called out by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey which eventually led him to announcing a $1.5million emergency fund for employees.
Now just a couple of days later it's been revealed that TD Garden workers already feeling the financial squeeze have all been laid off.
Jacobs will likely come under fire once again and we'll wait to see if he has any other plans set up for staff.
TD Garden workers already left in the financial lurch for missed #Bruins and #Celtics games received more bad news on Tuesday -- they were officially laid off. @MikeSilvermanBB has the story. https://t.co/zNexPhRpkl
— Boston Globe Sports (@BGlobeSports) March 24, 2020