Connor McDavid and his bernedoodle Lenny are practicing social distancing and want you to also.
The Edmonton Oilers captain posted a video to Twitter that sent well-wishes to hockey fans while he was quarantining in his house Tuesday.
McDavid became the latest NHL star to post a video checking in since the NHL paused play due to the Coronavirus pandemic March 12. P.K. Subban, Zdeno Chara, Oliver Ekman-Larsson and Mika Zibanejad have all offered positive messages in recent days.
Jack Eichel, the Buffalo Sabres captain who was selected after McDavid with the second selection in the 2015 NHL Draft, also posted a video on his team's Twitter account reminding people to wash their hands during the pandemic.
Kris Letang, Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman, also wanted to remind fans to heed medical advice being given by those in charge.
Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand thanked fans for their continued support and said he's been keeping busy organizing his house and doing yard work, among other things.
Vancouver Canucks forwards Elias Pettersson, Bo Horvat and Tyler Myers checked in on fans while social distancing and reminded everyone to practice safety.
Kings forward Anze Kopitar also reminded everyone that the most important thing these days is to support one another.
New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist, like Kopitar, sought for the best in humanity to come out in this time.