NEW YORK -- San Jose Sharks forward John Scott has been suspended for four games without pay for punching Ducks forward Tim Jackman.
Scott was also banned two games in October for coming onto the ice to fight Jackman. Scott was already considered a repeat offender after he was previously suspended for an illegal hit to the head.
The league said Wednesday he will forfeit $34,146 in...
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December 24, 2014
John Scott is known as one of the biggest gongshows in the entire NHL and he proved why he has such a bad reputation on Monday night. For no reason whatsoever, Scott butt-ended Tim Jackman in the face as he came towards the net and knocked Jackman pretty hard. Jackman was visibly shaken up on […]
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This act of stupidity that should land John Scott a nice long suspension. Keep in mind that Scott is a repeat offender. Seriously, I don't how he's not suspended after this. There's no place in hockey for this kind of crap. There's no way to defend this kind of thuggery. The San Jose Mercury News refers to John Scott as an enforcer. He's an untalented hack that can barely skate...
John Scott has a history of dirty plays in the NHL but – to the enforcer’s credit – his time in San Jose this season has been virtually harmless…until now. During last night’s game in Anaheim, Scott delivered a cheap shot to Anaheim’s Tim Jackman at the conclusion of a play in the Ducks’ defensive
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