Calgary Flames’ Rasmus Andersson suspended 4 video games by NHL

Calgary Flames' Rasmus Andersson suspended 4 video games by NHL

NEW YORK — The NHL has suspended Calgary Flames defenseman Rasmus Andersson for 4 video games with out pay for charging Columbus Blue Jackets ahead Patrik Laine.

Andersson will lose almost $95,000 in pay, and that cash will go to the Gamers' Emergency Help Fund.

Within the video explaining the reasoning behind the suspension introduced Saturday, the NHL stated the pressure of the hit on Friday night time and the actual fact the sport was out of attain on the time “mixed to raise this hit to the extent of supplemental self-discipline.”

The hit occurred with 5 seconds left within the Flames' 3-1 loss. Andersson was assessed a significant penalty and recreation misconduct for elbowing in the course of the recreation.

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