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NHL Player Safety Aug 4
Florida’s Mike Matheson has been fined $2,500, for High-sticking NY Islanders’ Brock Nelson.
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NHL Player Safety Aug 3
Minnesota’s Luke Kunin has been fined $1,000, for unsportsmanlike conduct during last night’s game against Vancouver.
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NHL Player Safety Aug 3
Vancouver’s Micheal Ferland has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the CBA, for Spearing Minnesota’s Ryan Hartman.
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NHL Player Safety Aug 2
Chicago’s Drake Caggiula has been suspended for one Stanley Cup Qualifying game for an Illegal Check to the Head on Edmonton’s Tyler Ennis.
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NHL Player Safety Aug 1
Chicago’s Drake Caggiula will have a hearing Sunday for an Illegal Check to the Head on Edmonton’s Tyler Ennis.
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NHL Player Safety Jul 20
Replying to @NHLPlayerSafety
Lemieux will be permitted to play in the Rangers exhibition game on July 29th.
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NHL Player Safety Jul 20
NY Rangers’ Brendan Lemieux has been suspended for two Stanley Cup Qualifying games for interference on Colorado’s Joonas Donskoi.
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NHL Player Safety Mar 13
Following a hearing today, the DOPS has determined that Brendan Lemieux will be suspended for his hit on Joonas Donskoi Wednesday night. The precise parameters of the suspension will be determined and announced once resumption of play guidelines have been established.
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NHL Player Safety Mar 12
NY Rangers’ Brendan Lemieux will have a hearing tomorrow for Interference on Colorado’s Joonas Donskoi.
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NHL Player Safety Mar 9
St. Louis’ Oskar Sundqvist has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the CBA, for Roughing Chicago’s Adam Boqvist.
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NHL Player Safety Mar 8
Nashville’s Roman Josi has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the CBA, for Cross-checking Dallas’ Corey Perry.
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NHL Player Safety Feb 26
New Jersey’s John Hayden has been fined $2,016.13, the maximum allowable under the CBA, for Cross-checking Detroit’s Tyler Bertuzzi.
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NHL Player Safety Feb 21
Ottawa’s Scott Sabourin has been fined $1,881.72, the maximum allowable under the CBA, for Unsportsmanlike Conduct during last night’s game with the Winnipeg Jets.
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NHL Player Safety Feb 21
Philadelphia’s Matt Niskanen has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the CBA, for Slashing Columbus’ Gustav Nyquist.
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NHL Player Safety Feb 15
San Jose’s Evander Kane has been suspended for three games for Elbowing Winnipeg’s Neal Pionk.
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NHL Player Safety Feb 15
San Jose’s Evander Kane will have a hearing today for Elbowing Winnipeg’s Neal Pionk.
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NHL Player Safety Feb 14
Edmonton’s Zack Kassian has been suspended for seven games for Kicking Tampa Bay’s Erik Cernak.
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NHL Player Safety Feb 14
Replying to @NHLPlayerSafety
Zack Kassian has waived his right to an in-person hearing. A phone hearing will be conducted this afternoon.
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NHL Player Safety Feb 14
Edmonton’s Zack Kassian has been offered an in-person hearing for Kicking Tampa Bay’s Erik Cernak. Date and time TBD.
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NHL Player Safety Feb 13
Boston’s Zdeno Chara has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the CBA, for Cross-checking Montreal’s Brendan Gallagher.
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