Colorado Avalanche goalkeeper Devan Dubnyk will be absent for at least two weeks after testing positive for COVID-19, his head coach Jared Bednar said on Monday .
By mid-April, Colorado had lost Philipp Grubauer’s services for the same reason. It must wait until April 30 to resume operations.
A few weeks ago, Dubnyk bought it from Minnesota Wild in exchange for guard Greg Pateryn and the fifth-round pick. Dubnyk won 6 -11-2 record with an average of 3.20 goals and an efficiency of .895 this season.