Found September 19, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
Coyotes enforcer Paul Bissonnette is appealing the 10-game suspension he was issued Monday by the NHL for leaving the bench in an illegal line change during an altercation in Sunday’s preseason game at Arena against the Los Angeles Kings. Bissonnette’s agent Mark Guy confirmed the decision. In the first period of Sunday’s game defenseman Rusty Klesla was leveled with an open-ice body check from Kings center Jordan Nolan and had to be taken off the ice on a stretcher. After that Nolan became an easy target for the Coyotes and center Martin Hanzal elbowed Nolan along the boards later in the period. A scrum ensued and that’s when Bissonnette made an illegal line change coming off the bench before a teammate returned to it to join the action. He was given a game misconduct for leaving the bench and that triggers an automatic 10-game suspension. The appeal process was revamped under the new collective bargaining agreement. An appeal first will be heard by Commissioner Gary...

Bissonnette to appeal suspension

Coyotes forward Paul Bissonnette will appeal his 10-game suspension for leaving the bench on an illegal line change during an altercation in Sundays preseason game at Arena against the Los Angeles Kings, his agent, Mark Guy confirmed. In the first period of Sundays game,Kings center Jordan Nolan dropped Coyotesdefenseman Rusty Klesla with an open-ice hit. Klesla was taken...

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Coyotes raise more than $165,000 to benefit families of fallen firefighters

On Wednesday night the Phoenix Coyotes played an intra-squad scrimmage but it wasn't your ordinary scrimmage. It was attended by more than 6300 fans at Arena and it was played to benefit the families of the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots firefighters who lost their lives battling a wild fire in late June. In total the Coyotes raised $165198 for the families and took...

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According to Sarah McLellan of AzCentral sports, the Coyotes' Paul Bisonette's agent has said he will be appealing the 10 game automatic suspension he received after leaving the bench to fight the Kings' Jordan Nolan:   #Coyotes Paul Bissonnette will be appealing his 10-game suspension, according to his agent, Mark Guy. — Sarah McLellan (@azc_mclellan...

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