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One of the ideas proposed by the NHL is holding the remaining games of the suspended season in a hub city, where the teams wouldn’t need to travel.

If you ask the premier of British Columbia, the Canadian province fits that description perfectly.

John Horgan says he spoke with Commissioner Gary Bettman on Tuesday, noting that while no timeline was given, the league is “encouraged” by the support.

Citing, “First and foremost the safety of players and the safety of the community where the NHL would operate,” Horgan reveals a decision would be coming in the next few weeks.