While the NHL hopes to resume its season at some point amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the American Hockey League announced Monday that they have canceled the regular season and playoffs. 

The AHL's announcement puts an end to the San Jose Barracuda's 2019-20 season. And like the San Jose Sharks, the Barracuda struggled this season. 

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The Barracuda finished the season tied the Bakersfield Condors for the worst record in the league at 21-27-5-2. Their 49 points were the lowest in the entire AHL. 

San Jose did go out on a high note, though. In what wound up being their final games of the season, the Barracuda beat the Stockton Heat, 7-4, on March 10.