NHL Video: Matt Cooke Supsended Seven Games For Kneeing
- Updated: April 24, 2014
The NHL has suspended Minnesota Wild’s Matt Cooke for seven games for kneeing Colorado Avalanche ‘s Tyson Barrie.
- Nick Cotsonika: Cooke’s seven game suspension is the second longest suspension for kneeing in NHL history. Brian Marchment received an eight game suspension in 1998.
- Sportsnet Ticker: Cooke has been suspended six times now, totaling 34 games.
Do you think that seven games was enough for Cooke?
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