The NHL had no positive COVID-19 tests for the sixth straight week, the league announced Monday.
A total of 2,534 tests were administered from Aug. 30-Sept. 5, with all 52 members of each club's traveling parties, including players, tested daily.
The number of tests administered dropped from 4,644 two weeks ago as teams were eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs and left the bubbles in Edmonton and Toronto.
Just four teams -- the Vegas Golden Knights, Dallas Stars, Tampa Bay Lightning and New York Islanders -- remain in the Stanley Cup playoffs, all of them now housed in Edmonton as the season nears its end.
--Field Level Media