Found January 22, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
Caps (25-19-2, 8-13-1 Road) at Pens (26-17-4, 13-7-2 Home), CONSOL, 12:38 pm EDT on NBC Follow me on Twitter @JohnToperzer The NHL fined P.K. Subban $2500 for his “dangerous trip” of Chris Kunitz on Friday, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. That is the maximum amount allowed under the NHL's collective bargaining agreement. Subban was not penalized on the play. At least Subban...
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