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Leafs’ Nazem Kadri Thinks Suspension ‘definitely a little harsh’

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Toronto Maple Leafs center Nazem Kadri agrees with his suspension for a rather dangerous hit-from-behind he laid on Boston Bruins’ Tommy Wingels, but thinks it’s a bit excessive.

“Was it worthy of a suspension? I definitely think so. But I think the three games was definitely a little harsh,” Kadri said of the league’s ruling, according to TSN’s Kristen Shilton.

“I was disappointed; I wasn’t expecting (three games), that’s for sure,” he added. “That particular play, I felt a liberty had been taken on Mitch (Marner). I’m always going to stand up for my teammates, stand up for myself; that part isn’t going to change.”

Judge for yourself, as the video below shows the hit.

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Bruins’ Torey Krug Out With Ankle Injury, Re-Evaluated in 3 Weeks

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Boston Bruins defenseman Torey Krug suffered a left ankle injury that has put him in a walking boot and he will be re-evaluated after three weeks, according to Bruins general manager Don Sweeney, who announced the news on Monday.

While Sweeney did not provide any further details regarding the injury, it’s worth noting that Krug fractured the same ankle during the Bruins’ second round Stanley Cup playoff series against the Tampa Bay Lightning last season.

Krug, 27, poured in 59 points last season.

 

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Rangers Acquire Adam McQuaid

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The New York Rangers have acquired defenseman Adam McQuaid from the Boston Bruins in exchange for defenseman Steven Kampfer, a fourth-round pick in 2019, and a conditional seventh-round pick, according to a team announcement.

McQuaid has spent his entire career, all seven years, with the Rangers, but was limited to only 38 games last season scoring one goal and three assists.

Kampfer has scored 10 goals and 26 points over his six years in the league, where he has played for the Bruins, Rangers, Minnesota Wild, and the Florida Panthers.

 

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Bruins Re-Sign Sean Kuraly To Three-Year Deal

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The Boston Bruins have announced the re-signing of restricted free agent Sean Kuraly to a new three-year contract that will carry a cap hit of $1.275M, according to a team announcement.

Kuraly, 25, has notched 15 points in 83 regular-season games.

 

 

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