Phoenix Coyotes forward Paul Bissonnette's suspension reduced
The league announced Saturday that the suspension has been cut from 10 games to three.
The NHL announced Saturday that Phoenix Coyotes forward Paul Bissonnette's suspension has been reduced from 10 games to three. Bissonnette had eventually been given the 10-game suspension for leaving the bench during an altercation on the ice.
The event in question occurred during a preseason game earlier this month, and the league says that there is a lack of video evidence to accurately assess when Bissonnette left the bench during the fight.
Bissonnette will be eligible to return to the ice Oct. 10 against the Red Wings.
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