New York, NY (Sports Network) - The National Hockey League suspended Anaheim
Ducks forward Corey Perry four games, without pay, on Wednesday.
The ban stems from an illegal check Perry landed on Minnesota forward Jason
Zucker in Tuesday's game. Perry was assessed a major penalty for interference
and game misconduct for the play at the 4:21 mark of the second period.
Perry will lose $115,135.12 due to the suspension and the money will go to the
Players' Emergency Assistance Fund.
He will miss games at Dallas and St. Louis, and home games versus San Jose and
Chicago before being eligible to return for a Mar. 22 game at home against
Over 25 games this season, Perry has nine goals and 15 assists.
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