The NHL is slowly making it's return to action on the ice, however not everybody is happy about it.
Before the plan was released we heard some players be very vocal about not wanting to play but the NHLPA approved a plan since then.
Recently a group of anonymous NHL players revealed to The Athletic that they weren't comfortable at all playing but would lose too much money next year to say no.
While he didn't say he didn't want to play, Boston Bruins' defenseman Matt Grzelcyk admitted it's not an easy situation considering all the positive tests that popped up recently
“Still a little nerve racking. Just don’t know what it means going forward.”.
“Things aren’t going to go as planned.”
“Still a little nerve racking. Just don’t know what it means going forward.” Matt Grzelcyk #NHLBruins on impact of pandemic on NHL.
— Mike Petraglia (@Trags) June 23, 2020
“Things aren’t going to go as planned.” Matt Grzelcyk on what he’s expecting. #NHLBruins— Mike Petraglia (@Trags) June 23, 2020
Matt Grzelcyk said he was "a little nervous" getting back on the ice at Warrior Arena, but he was pleasantly surprised with how he felt. He's among the Bruins players in small groups at the B's facility— Joe Haggerty (@HackswithHaggs) June 23, 2020