Marchand suspended six games for hit on Penguins’ Jarry
NEW YORK (AP) — Boston Bruins star Brad Marchand was suspended six games by the NHL on Wednesday night for roughing and high-sticking Pittsburgh goalie Tristan Jarry the previous day.
It is Marchand’s eighth career suspension and second this season.
Marchand received a match penalty with 25 seconds to play in the Penguins’ 4-2 win Tuesday night after throwing a punch at Jarry’s head and poking the goaltender’s mask with his stick as a linesman was escorting him away from the fray.
Marchand sat for three games for slew-footing a Vancouver player in late November.
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