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Photo: CBS Sports While the NHL has tried to discourage fighting for quite some time, players around the league haven’t been afraid to drop the mitts when they think it’s necessary, including members of the Washington Capitals. Capitals fans have … Continue reading
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The 2016-17 NHL season begins in 100 days. With the draft and opening of free agency behind us, fans and armchair GMs alike have already begun to assess the state of their favorite team.
The NHL Department of Player Safety announced today that Brayden Schenn would be suspended for charging T.J. Oshie in game 6 of the first round of the playoffs.
Rob Carr/Getty Images T.J. Oshie wasted no time in going after Brayden Schenn, in retaliation for his cheap shot on teammate Evgeny Kuznetsov in game 4.
Len Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images Going largely unnoticed in last night’s game 4, more specifically unnoticed by the officials, was Brayden’s Scheen intentional attempt to injure Evgeny Kuznetsov, by taking direct aim at the side of Kuznetsov’s knees.