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On Monday, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman reduced the suspension of Phoenix Coyotes forward Raffi Torres by four games. He will now miss the first eight games of the 2012-13 season, instead of 12. The Coyotes seventh game of the season … Continue reading
Martin Hanzal may not have a history of supplemental discipline, but he has been one of many Coyotes involved in dirty play in this postseason. Hanzal was personally called for two roughing penalties and one elbowing penalty in the first … Continue reading
Brendan Shanahan has ruled on Andrew Shaw’s hit on Phoenix goalie Mike Smith. But this is only worthy of a $2,500 fine. What we have learned from the last week is that a superstar can do whatever they want, but … Continue reading
The NHL’s epic disaster discipline czar Brendan Shanahan met with Blackhawks’ rookie Andrew Shaw on Monday afternoon to discuss his hit on Phoenix goalie Mike Smith. After hours of waiting, reports leaked that the NHL wouldn’t rule on the Shaw … Continue reading
Sportsnet’s Nick Kypreos is reporting late Thursday night that Duncan Keith’s meeting with the NHL might be bigger than initially reported. Kypreos tweeted that the league has indeed asked Keith to meet in-person regarding his elbow to the head of … Continue reading
Dan Carcillo has been suspended indefinitely pending a hearing with the Department of Player Safety regarding his hit on Edmonton’s Tom Gilbert Monday night.
As you can see from the hit, and the immediate reaction of Chicago’s play-by-play announcer Pat Foley, Daniel Carcillo will likely get a call from Brendan Shanahan’s office soon.
John Scott dressed for Carcillo on Saturday night.
On Tuesday night in Minnesota, Vancouver’s Rick Rypien reached into the stands and initiated contact with a fan. Not smart.