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Wysłany: 2018-01-13 06:52:28, Temat: Flames' Dennis Wideman suspended pending hearing

who cross-checked a linesman during his team's home loss to Nashville on Wednesday,Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman, has been suspended pending a hearing with the NHL next week. Wideman will attend the Tuesday hearing, a source told ESPN's Scott Burnside. Wideman's suspension was announced by the league Thursday. speaking in Nashville ahead of this weekend's All-Star festivities,NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, said Wideman would face the league's standard disciplinary process. "I may ultimately have to be in a position of making a judgment here," Bettman told WKRN. "There is a process that we will go through, and I try to never prejudge things, and ultimately, we'll get to the right place." Wideman had just taken a hit from Nashville winger Miikka Salomaki and was skating toward the Flames' bench when he leveled linesman Don Henderson from behind, sending Henderson to the ice and against the boards. Wideman said the hit was unintentional. He was not penalized. Wideman said after the game that he was distracted after the Salomaki hit and unintentionally collided with Henderson. " Wideman said. "I was just trying to get off the ice and kind of keeled over. At the last second,"I took a pretty good hit down in the corner and had some pretty good pain in my shoulder and neck, I looked up and saw [Henderson] and couldn't avoid it. I went up to Donnie and apologized to him on the ice. "I didn't see him. I didn't know where to go and how to get out of the way. I've been around for a few years, and I would never intentionally try to hit a linesman or a ref. It was completely unintentional, and I think I've treated every official with the utmost respect,[url=http://www.capitalshockeyshop.com/adidas-philipp-grubauer-jersey]adidas Philipp Grubauer jersey[/url], and I already apologized to him." At the next stoppage, Wideman skated over to where the officials were gathered and apologized. 32,Wideman, is in his fourth season with the Flames and 11th in the NHL. He is second on the team in penalty minutes with 30 and has two goals and 19 points this season. Most physical contact between players and officials has occurred when officials have been trying to break up fights among players. In the 2014 Eastern Conference finals,[url=http://www.hockeyjetsshop.com/adidas-blake-wheeler-jersey]adidas Blake Wheeler jersey[/url], New York Rangers left wing Dan Carcillo elbowed linesman Steve Driscoll while Driscoll was trying to keep Carcillo away from Montreal Canadiens forward Brandon Prust. Carcillo was assessed a game misconduct penalty and suspended 10 games. In April 2002, Tampa Bay Lightning winger Andre Roy left the penalty box and made contact with a linesman who was trying to stop him from resuming a fight with the Rangers' Sandy McCarthy. 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When Campbell showed up at a Canadiens game four days later, it sparked "The Richard Riot" on the streets of Montreal, Richard, causing an estimated $100,000 damage and leading to arrests and injuries. In the 1927 Stanley Cup finals, a defenseman for the Bruins, Coutu, punched a referee and tackled another during a bench-clearing brawl. He received a lifetime ban and was fined $100. His ban later was reduced to 2? years, but he never played again. The All-Star Game is Sunday, and regular-season games resume Tuesday. But after taking points in 11 straight games heading into their five-day break, only the Tampa Bay Lightning, Boston has the second-best record in the Atlantic Division. Across the NHL, Winnpieg Jets and Vegas Golden Knights have squeezed out more points per game than the Bruins. Despite an overtime loss at Pittsburgh on Sunday that ended their three-game winning streak, the Bruins headed into the break with an 8-0-3 run that is their best since they went 15-0-1 in March 2014 on their way to the best regular season in the NHL. “Guys seem pretty dedicated to really just taking it day by day and not looking too far ahead, the Bruins’ leading scorer, with 40 points. “Obviously it’s not going to go as well as it is right now all year,” said forward Brad Marchand, but we know that. We want to make sure that each and every game we give ourselves an opportunity to win, and that seems to be what we’re doing right now.” the Bruins have integrated a handful of rookies into a banged-up lineup. Center David Krejci missed 18 games,After ending a two-year postseason drought last spring, Marchand missed eight and center Patrice Bergeron missed five. Forward David Backes came back ahead of schedule following surgery to deal with diverticulitis but still missed 17 games. The Chicago Blackhawks acquired winger Anthony Duclair from the Arizona Coyotes in a four-player trade Wednesday. Chicago also got defenseman Adam Clendening in the move that seeks to shake up a perennial contender fighting to maintain a playoff position. The NHL-worst Coyotes received winger Richard Panik and minor leaguer Laurent Dauphin. Duclair has nine goals and six assists in 33 games this season, Duclair had 20 goals and 24 assists in 81 games in 2015-16, scoring in each of his last two games after asking the Coyotes to trade him. Acquired from New York in 2015 in the deal that sent Keith Yandle to the Rangers, then had only five goals and 10 assists in 58 games last season. “It’s gone back for a few years now where the team wasn’t particularly happy with the player and the player wasn’t particularly happy with the team,[url=http://www.capitalshockeyshop.com/adidas-philipp-grubauer-jersey]Authentic Philipp Grubauer jersey[/url],” said. 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