B.K. Suban may find himself in trouble again after being the reason for the bad fall of New York Rangers striker Samuel Bliss in Quebec on Sunday.
The New Jersey Devils and Blaise defender were headed to the ice corner to retrieve the puck in the third period when the former Montreal Canadiens leg made contact with his opponent. Bliss left the meeting after being injured.
Suban has already been fined twice this season for faltering. A move at the expense of Calgary Flames striker Milan Lucic first forced him to pay $5,000, and then Trevor Zegras, Anaheim Ducks’ leading Anaheim Ducks captain, cost him $15,000.
The butt was also talked about during the pre-season schedule. He lashed out at Rangers tough guy Ryan Reeves, injuring him instantly. No penalty was imposed.
Rangers finally won 4-3 thanks to a Chris Kreider goal in the seventh round of the penalty shootout. After the match, Rangers coach Gerard Gallant had no details of Bliss’ injury.
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