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The NHL is punishing Philadelphia Flyers forward Jakub Voracek for his actions in a recent game.

The league has officially suspended him for two games without pay for his controversial hit on New York Islanders defenceman Johnny Boychuk during the Flyers’ 5-2 win on Saturday night.

The incident occurred with 14:20 remaining in the third period when the two players were pursuing the puck as it was coming up the boards from behind the Flyers net.

As you will see in the footage below, Voracek notices Boychuk approaching as he waits for the puck to come to him around the boards. As Boychuk gets within distance, he sticks his upper back out at the Islanders defenceman and makes direct contact with his head. Voracek was assessed a five-minute major for interference on the play.

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WATCH: Things get heated between the Leafs and Jets after controversial knee-on-knee collision

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When Winnipeg Jets defenceman Neal Pionk injured Rasmus Sandin with a knee-on-knee hit in the third period of last night’s game, it didn’t set well with the Toronto Maple Leafs bench. And when no penalty was called on the play, the Leafs decided to take matters into their own hands.

What ensued following the incident was Jason Spezza kneeing Pionk in the head, Wayne Simmonds trying to fight everybody, and a lot of scuffles and scraps that sent the crowd at Canada Life Centre into a frenzy that continued well after the final whistle.

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Red Wings forward Tyler Bertuzzi enters NHL’s COVID-19 protocol, will miss at least five games

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One of the NHL few unvaccinated players has contracted COVID-19.

The Detroit Red Wings confirmed that forward Tyler Bertuzzi has entered the league’s COVID-19 protocol. He will be sidelined for a minimum of 10 days, which means he will miss the team’s next five games.

Red Wings head coach Jeff Blashill says Bertuzzi is asymptomatic.

The 26-year old has posted nine goals and nine assists in 20 games this season.

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Is William Nylander the Leafs’ most valuable player? | NSS Live with Frank D’Angelo

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Earlier this week on NSS Live, Frank D’Angelo and co-hosts Bill Watters and Joe Tilley discuss the Toronto Maple Leafs’ red-hot month of November, and went as far as to suggest that William Nylander might be the team’s most valuable player!

Here’s why they believe an argument could be made for such a bold statement:

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