On Monday, Gary Bettman stated the NHL is looking at "probably eight or nine different places" that can accommodate "a dozen or so teams in one location," as they are exploring options to resume the season.
The Commissioner took part in a digital keynote interview with Leaders Week, a sports business conference which was originally scheduled to take place in New York to discuss the efforts of the League
"I don't think anybody has a fixed timetable, particularly in North America right now," Commissioner Bettman said. "We have been working very hard since we took the pause on March 12 to make sure that whatever the timing is, whatever the sequencing is, whatever physical ability we have in terms of locations to play, that we're in a position to execute any or all of those options. There is still a great deal of uncertainty."
Even though the season is inching towards summer, we'd still love to see some kind of a conclusion for the current season. We just may be watching NHL playoffs in our shorts and t-shirts this year!