Early this morning, the KHL announced that the rest of the season will be cancelled because of the COVID-19 threat.
The Kontinental Hockey League has joined the rest of the leagues from overseas to cancel their season due to COVID-19. Originally, the KHL was playing games in empty arenas before suspending their season for a week. They were hoping to resume the regular season and playoffs once the threat was over. Unfortunately, nobody really knows when the threat of the virus will be gone. Instead, the KHL gave up on rescheduling the Gagarin Cup Playoffs and cancelled the rest of its regular season.
The league based is one Russia, is considered to be one the strongest leagues outside of the NHL.