Wayne Gretzky is optimistic the NHL will be able to resume at some point this summer.
Gretzky told The Associated Press on Sunday he’s hopeful hockey and other sports will be able to come back from the coronavirus pandemic and serve as a positive sign that conditions are improving.
Gretzky, who holds the records for goals, assists and points, is self-quarantining in California and trying to help the NHL with content during its pause for the pandemic.
He and Alex Ovechkin recently taped their first joint interview to air Monday, and they’ll play the NHL20 video game against each other Wednesday.
The league is considering several options on trying to resume this season, including going directly to the playoffs at several neutral sites. Gretzky believes the NHL will find a way.
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