This should come as no surprise to anyone, but the NHL has extended the player quarantine through April 30. The previous quarantine was only through April 15, so this was coming as the nation-wide stay at home recommendations are still in effect, and the tri-state area lockdown is in effect through at least April 30.
The NHL is currently working with teams to find availability through August to finish this season, although it is unclear how realistic this is. Bill Daly was very non-committal on that, since they’d need to finish the season and the playoffs, do the entire offseason, and then start the following season with a possible condensed schedule.
The NHL is exploring all options for this season, including playing in empty arenas in North Dakota. More to come on this obviously, considering the heads of the major sports leagues all met in Washington to discuss how to get sports rolling again.