The NHL threatened the forward of the "Boston" Marchande with sanctions for improper conduct

TASS, May 6. National Hockey League (NHL) threatened the striker "Boston" Brad Marchand disciplinary sanctions for improper conduct. This is reported on the official website of the NHL.

On Friday during the fourth match of the quarter finals of the playoffs against "Tampa" (3: 4 OT) Marchand in one of the episodes during a fight with striker Ryan Callahan licked him. And this is not the first time he has committed such actions. So, in the first leg of the 1/8 final series against "Toronto" he licked the striker Leo Komarov. Earlier, the NHL asked Marchesanda not to do such things.

"Attack "Boston" Brad Marchand was informed that the NHL considered his actions in the second period of the fourth match of the series of the quarter finals of the playoffs against "Tampa" unacceptable, and that such conduct in the future will lead to the application of disciplinary sanctions", – the report says.

This season, Marchand was already disqualified for five matches for an elbow striker striker "New Jersey" Marcus Johansson on January 23 and fined $ 5 thousand for hitting the head in the defender’s head "Philadelphia" Andrew MacDonald on April 1.

"Tampa" leads in a series with "Boston" with a score of 3-1, the next match will be held on the night of May 7.


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