"The Ottawa Senators' medical team is actively monitoring players and staff and following all appropriate and professional guidelines to help ensure the health and safety of our employees and the greater community," the team said in a statement.
The team announced March 18 that an unnamed player had tested positive for the disease caused by the coronavirus, marking the first known case of COVID-19 among NHL players.
The second player was a part of Ottawa's California road trip that included stops in San Jose, Anaheim, and Los Angeles right before the season was suspended. Fifty-two people traveled on that trip with the club, and 44 have shown no symptoms. Eight people were tested, and two have tested positive with some results still pending.
NHL teams continue to follow CDC guidelines that state only players and staff members who exhibit symptoms should be tested, according to Sportsnet's Chris Johnston. Everyone else has been instructed to self-quarantine.