as declared in The National Hockey League suspended Detroit’s Gustav Nyquist six games for a high stick to the face of Minnesota’s Jared Spuregon.
If one stick to the face is worth six games, all sticks to the face are worth six games.
The NHL said six games is what Nyquist deserved, so six games is what he deserved.
Hey, idiot: It’s the National Hockey LEAGUE, not the National Hockey LAW.
The question you should be asking is — why didn’t the NHL suspend Spurgeon for making Nyquist do this?
As it stated in The 45-year-old Jagr, who ranks third in NHL career goal scoring, now needs 41 to tie Hall of Famer Gordie Howe for second place.
Ryan Murray scored only his second goal of the season early in the second period for Columbus’ regulation goal.
Tyson Barrie opened the scoring with his fourth of the season for the AvalancheJeff Skinner scored his team-leading 19th for the Hurricanes.
Colton Sceviour, Aaron Ekblad and Derek MacKenzie also scored for the Panthers while Andrew Cogliano scored his 12th goal for the Ducks.
Ian Cole netted his fourth goal of the season after an assist from Evgeni Malkin for the Penguins offense in the game.
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NHL suspends Antoine Vermette 10 games for slashing official
Ducks forward Antoine Vermette has been suspended 10 games by the NHL for abuse of an official, the league announced.
The veteran was ejected from Tuesday’s 1-0 win over the Wild when he slashed linesman Shandor Alphonso in the back during the third period.
Vermette stands to lose $97,222.22 in salary if the ban is served in full.
The NHL deemed the incident a Category II offense, which carries an automatic 10-game ban.
He would be eligible to return March 12.
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