CHL plans to start the season on 6 October

Champions Hockey League

Due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the uncertainty regarding professional sports competitions across Europe, the CHL Board has decided to act proactively and to postpone the start of the CHL season by one month to the beginning of October. The decision affects the playing format, which means the CHL will be a knock-out only competition this season.

Please see the CHL’s press release for complete details.


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