According to reports, the National Hockey League Player Safety Department will not discipline Winnipeg Jets forward Alexander Burmistrov for his elbow to the head on Patrice Bergeron during their game on Thursday October 8th.
While were suspending people for dirty hits. I believe that Alexander Burmistrov’s dirty elbow on Patrice Bergeron should warrant a suspension. This is definitely a violation of the NHL's Rule 48.There's no defending this hit.
BOSTON — Alexander Burmistrov might have earned himself a call from the league office in the very first period of the season. The Winnipeg Jets center was penalized Thursday after throwing an elbow into the face of Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron. Burmistrov threw an elbow to the face of Bergeron. Terrible hit. pic.twitter.com/eUY1r5TndA — Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn...
2014-15 record: 43-26-11 (99 points) 5th place in the Central Division, 7th place in the Western Conference Goals For: 230 Goals Against: 210 Power Play: 17.8% (17t) Penalty Kill: 81.8% (13) Team Faceoff Pct: 48.9% (21t) Key Offseason Moves 2015 Top Draft Pick: Round 1 – Pick 17 – F Kyle Connor Additions: Alexander Burmistrov, […] The post 2015-16 Central Division Preview:...
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) The Winnipeg Jets started free agency by locking up two of their own players and bringing back another. Winnipeg agreed to terms on a two-year contract with forward Alexander Burmistrov and one-year deals with defenseman Adam Pardy and forward Matt Halischuk on Wednesday. The 23-year-old Burmistrov has spent the past two seasons in the Kontinental Hockey...
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