Minnesota Wild forward Matt Cooke was given a seven-game suspension for his knee-to-knee hit on Tyson Barrie in Game 3.
Avalanche defenseman Tyson Barrie is going to miss 4-6 weeks with an MCL injury that he suffered on a knee-to-knee hit from Matt Cooke in Game 3.
Here's what You Need To Know from the Stanley Cup Playoffs action, all four games, on Monday night.
Matt Cooke could have a visit with his old friends at the Department of Player Safety after his kneeing penalty against Tyson Barrie on Monday night.
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Remember Senators owner Eugene Melnyk's forensic investigation into Matt Cooke? Apparently it remains ongoing as he met with the NHL.
The Buffalo Sabres waived Patrick Kaleta Saturday. If no team claims him, he will be sent to the AHL where the Sabres hope he will "change his game."
Though still appealing his 10-game suspension, Patrick Kaleta says he's trying to alter his style. Now the reformed Matt Cooke is trying to help him do that as well.
Sabres co-captain Steve Ott doesn't disagree that Patrick Kaleta deserved a suspension but he disagrees with 10 games on the account of no injury.

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