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Panthers forward Krys Barch is in some hot water after being ejected after reportedly directing a racial slur at a Montreal player Saturday night. Barch was given a game misconduct following an altercation near the end of the first period. The Miami Herald, claims from an unidentified league official that linesman Darren Gibbs heard Barch use the slur against P.K. Subban.
First, enforcer Krys Barch — brought to Florida in a trade with Dallas last month — was ejected after linesman Darren Gibbs overheard him use a racial slur during a scrum near the Florida net, according to a league official. Barch’s slur was aimed toward Montreal’s PK Subban, who is black.
“No comment,’’ general manager Dale Tallon said as he was heading downstairs during the second intermission. “I don’t know what happened yet.’’
According to rule 23.7 of the league’s official guide, a player can be ejected for various reasons, including spitting on an opponent or spectator and “racial taunts and slurs.’’
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Florida Panthers right wing Krys Barch was ejected from Saturday's game against the Montreal Canadiens after he was overheard directing a racial slur at P.K. Subban.
Linesman Darren Gibbs heard Barch utter the slur towards Subban, who is black, during a scrum near the end of the first period.
General manager Dale Tallon did not have a comment on the incident, according to the...
Florida coach Kevin Dineen says he expects the NHL to quickly complete its review of an incident in which Panthers forward Krys Barch allegedly made a racial slur during a game.
Barch was ejected from Florida's win over Montreal on Saturday. The Miami Herald reported a linesman said he heard an inappropriate comment directed toward Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban.
((HT: NHL/FSFlorida))Here we go again...This is the only sport that seems to have this continually disappointing angle to its machismo...The Florida Panthers enforcer Krys Barch was apparently ejected from the Montreal Canadiens game last night after an alleged racial slur to the Habs' PK Subban.The dust-up is at the :55 second mark...According to FOSG Pierre LeBrun, linesman...
SUNRISE, Fla. - The Florida Panthers go into 2012 atop the Southeast Division this late in a season for the first...
Krys Barch has spoken to the players union about his ejection for using a racial slur but hasnt had talks with the league, his representative said.
from George Richards of On Frozen Pond at the Miami Herald, The agent for Florida Panthers forward Krys Barch said his client has been talking to the NHL player’s association regarding his ejection from Saturday night’s game for an alleged racial slur but had yet to talk to the league.
Scott Norton, who has known Barch since he was a 15-year-old junior player in Canada, said...
((HT: HabsInsideOutVideos))It normally happens when teams aren't doing well...And if you add the dynamic of struggle and an aggressive sport, you get what happened at Montreal Canadiens practice this morning...PK Subban and Tomas Plekanec going at it...Subban, not a surprise... Plekanec, a surprise...Here's Plekanec talking about it- since Subban is already trying not to...
Florida Panthers forward Krys Barch remained silent Monday about whatever he said that prompted an NHL inquiry and accusations that he directed a racial slur toward a Montreal Canadiens player.
The last-place Montreal Canadiens are ringing in the New Year with a fight - teammates P.K. Subban and Tomas Plekanec exchanged punches during practice Monday.
The two clashed during a one-on-one drill. Both dropped their gloves and threw punches until Josh Gorges and others stepped in.
No big punches landed and neither player was hurt. Both players stayed on the ice as practice...
Florida coach Kevin Dineen says he expects the NHL to quickly complete its review of an incident in which Panthers forward Krys Barch allegedly made a racial slur during a game. Barch was ejected from Florida's win over Montreal on Saturday. The Miami Herald reported a linesman said he heard an inappropriate comment directed toward Canadiens defenseman P.K.
The last-place Montreal Canadiens are ringing in the New Year with a fight _ teammates P.K. Subban and Tomas Plekanec exchanged punches during practice Monday.