Kassian suspended, full ruling expected Tuesday

Written By Kris Baker on Monday, April 25, 2011 | 4/25/2011

Zack Kassian has been suspended for game #4 of the OHL Western Conference after earning a match penalty in the final minute of Saturday's loss to Owen Sound.

From the Windsor Star:

WINDSOR, Ont. -- The Ontario Hockey League has informed the Windsor Spitfires that forward Zack Kassian will be suspended for tonight's Game 4 of the Western Conference final against the Owen Sound Attack. A league spokesman said the suspension could be longer and a decision on that will be announced Tuesday.

Kassian was given a match penalty for intent to injure Owen Sound defenceman and former Spitfire Jesse Blacker in the final seconds of Saturday's 6-4 comeback win by the Attack in Owen Sound.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm likin this kid more and more.
Get him to Buffalo asap...

Anonymous said...

you like assholes huh???? he will let buffalo down in the end...its his nature

Kris Baker said...

if things don't change, Kass could end up costing the team more than helping. Mental skills coaching jsut as important as his on-ice training at this point

Anonymous said...

I do like assholes (with balls)...

This guy is not afraid to make some noise.

Would you rather have Brad Boyes bud, quiet like a butterfly. Great series Boyes..
Thanx for nothing bud

Anonymous said...

can't respect someone that doesn't respect his fellow man. i like money, that doesn't mean i'll beat someone up for it. same principle. tough is not the same as violently dirty. lose the latter before i want him representing buffalo. start throwing these guys in jail for a night, maybe that will help. and anyone applauding attempts to injure are probably luck to not be in prison themselves.

hard to imaging kassian even making it through a physical 7 game playoff series w/o getting suspended.

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