The Department of Player Safety announced some fines

The Department of Player Safety is working this holiday, as they issued a pair of fines for actions in the Winnipeg Jets-Columbus Blue Jackets game last night. Max Domi was fined $5,000 for unsportsmanlike conduct, while Josh Morrissey
won fined $5,000 for guillotine. Both are the maximum allowed under the CBA.

That’s not all, however, as the Ottawa Senators defended Nikita Zaitsev won $5,000 fine in his first game from COVID protocol to cross check Timo Meier of the San Jose Sharks.

Morrissey in particular seemed lucky to have gotten out without being suspended, given violent slash he gave it to Alexander Texier when a goal hit an empty net. He was awarded a small penalty two minutes into the game, but the game was out of reach at the time towards the end of the third inning.

Domi meanwhile was fined six minutes into the game, but the federation did not disclose exactly what the penalty was. The Blue Jackets striker caused a scuffle that broke out after hitting the back of the net well after the opening whistle, and trying to fight someone who doesn’t want to
Evgeny Svechnikov while the management staff are trying to separate them.

Zaitsev while cross-checking Meier in the face, although not to the force of a number of previous incidents have significantly suspended. He did not receive a penalty in the game and Meier was not seriously injured. The Department of Player Safety announced some fines

Subhankar Mondal

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