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The NHL suspended Colorado Avalanche forward Kevin Porter for four games because of a kneeing infraction, and issued an indefinite ban to Edmonton Oilers defenseman Andy Sutton on Thursday. Porter was punished for kneeing Vancouver forward David Booth on Tuesday night and will lose $18,378.36 in salary.
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Colorado Avalanche center Kevin Porter has been suspended four games for kneeing Vancouver Canucks left wing David Booth.
Porter was assessed a major penalty and a game misconduct for the play. Booth sprained his right MCL on the hit and is expected to be sidelined four to six weeks.
"This is not a full body check during which there was some knee-to-knee contact," NHL...
Colorado Avalanche forward Kevin Porter has been suspended four games by the NHL Department of Player Safety for kneeing Vancouver Canucks forward David Booth.David Booth will miss four to six weeks as a result of this very dirty play. In my opinion the suspension could have been even heavier than what was handed down. The NHL should look into handing out suspensions for the length...
The Avalanche lineup tonight against the Flames at the Saddledome will depend on the availability of forward Kevin Porter, who is scheduled to have a hearing with NHL
Colorado Avalanche forward Kevin Porter has been suspended four games for kneeing Vancouver forward David Booth in Tuesday's game.
The HQ remembers Andy Sutton from his time at the home rink...At 6-6 and 235 or so, you'd think the physicality of the defenseman would win him over with fans and teammates, but somewhere the physicality was lost in Atlanta. He found it in other cities- most recently, Edmonton...Maybe it was Atlanta...???But he's now been indefinitely suspended for this hit on Alexei Ponikarovsky...
Edmonton defenseman Andy Sutton has been suspended indefinitely by the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety for his hit on Alexei Ponikarovsky of the Carolina Hurricanes during the third period of Wednesday's game.
Sutton has been offered the option of an in-person hearing.Source: NHL.com
Edmonton defenseman Andy Sutton has been suspended by the league for his hit on Alexei Ponikarovsky during the third period of yesterday's game between the Oilers and Hurricanes. Sutton has already been suspended five games earlier this season because of his dangerous hit on Avalanche rookie Gabriel Landeskog. This is the 19th suspension of the year.More Details To Follow......
By Alexander Monaghan
On Tuesday night, the Colorado Avalanche came into their away game against the Vancouver Canucks with a game plan. After diligently researching their opponent, they determined that playing a physical game will throw the defending Western Conference Champions off their game; after all, the ‘Nucks did seem somewhat out of sorts against the Boston...
Edmonton Oilers defenseman Andy Sutton has been suspended without pay by the NHL for eight games for charging Carolina's Alexei Ponikarovsky on Wednesday night.
via NHL.com, Edmonton defenseman Andy Sutton has been suspended indefinitely by National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety for his hit on Alexei Ponikarovsky of the Carolina Hurricanes during Wednesday’s game.
Sutton has been offered the option of an in-person hearing.
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The NHL suspended Colorado Avalanche forward Kevin Porter four games without pay for kneeing Vancouver Canucks forward David Booth on Tuesday.
Colorado Avalanche winger Kevin Porter will have a phone hearing Thursday with NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan to discuss his Tuesday knee-on-knee hit on Vancouver's David Booth.
Former Fighting Sioux forward Brad Malone has been called up to the Colorado Avalance and is set to make his NHL debute because of an injury to former DU Pioneer Paul Stasnty and a suspension to former Michigan Wolverine Kevin Porter.
CALGARY — Avalanche forward Kevin Porter has been suspended four games for his knee-on-knee collision with Vancouver’s David Booth in Tuesday’s...