Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara has a message for healthcare workers and it let it be known on Instagram recently. Chara posted on Instagram a photo of himself and his two sons wearing Bruins masks yesterday.
The picture was accompanied by a classy message to Bruins fans and healthcare workers.
“As a family, we are doing our part in preventing the spread of this virus thanks to the masks made by @miriam_studienkova,” Chara’s message began.
“We all are looking forward to get back to playing hockey soon as it is safe. My hope is to see our great Bruins fans soon to cheer our team on at TD Garden when health restrictions are lifted. I miss my teammates and more importantly the great people and fans of Boston. Most importantly I want to personally thank all the first responders and healthcare workers who are the true heroes of our community. Hope you all remain healthy and safe!”
Chara’s post was accompanied by the hashtags #stayhome #stayhealthy #staystrong #bostonstrong #besafe and #weareboston.
If the NHL season is to resume, it likely will not be at TD Garden and certainly almost will not be in front of fans. It could still be in New England, however. New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu said that he has indeed had discussions involving SNHU Arena hosting NHL games if and when the league ends its Coronavirus pause and plays out the rest of the 2019-20 NHL season.