Hockey Hall of Fame reopening to public Wednesday
The Hockey Hall of Fame announced it will be reopening its doors to the public next Wednesday.
The historic attraction in downtown Toronto has been closed since March 14 due to the coronavirus pandemic. A 70% reduction in capacity will be implemented and all guests will be required to wear a mask while inside.
Visitors will be permitted to have their picture taken with the Stanley Cup, but will not be allowed to touch the trophy.
The Hall of Fame announced its 2020 class in June. Jarome Iginla, Marian Hossa, Kevin Lowe, Kim St-Pierre, and Doug Wilson were inducted as players, and longtime NHL executive Ken Holland was enshrined in the builder category.
The 2020 Hockey Hall of Fame induction ceremony is tentatively scheduled for Nov. 16 in Toronto.
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