Found January 01, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
Of Red Wings-related note on a blustery Sunday afternoon: • As Paul already noted, Blues defenseman Ian Cole has been summoned to the principal’s office for a hearing with Mr. Shanahan after checking Justin Abdelkader shoulder-first in Saturday’s 3-0 Wings win. I’m guessing that Cole’s going to be fined but not suspended given his status as a first-time offender and given that Abdelkader returned to play; Continue reading "Sunday afternoon Red Wings tidbits: Cole to the principal’s office, more Winter Classic talk, etc."
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