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Rangers' Jacob Trouba to pay for slashing Blues' Vince Dunn

Tim Tucker   ·   12 janvier 2020
The NHL Department of Player Safety has fined Jacob Trouba of the New York Rangers for slashing Vince Dunn of the St. Louis Blues Saturday night. He will forfeit $5000 as a result, the maximum amount allowable under the current collective bargaining agreement.





The slashes--there were several of them, as you can see in the replay below--resulted in Trouba and Dunn throwing hands right at the end of the third period of Saturday's game. Trouba was assessed a major penalty and game misconduct on the play. The 25-year-old has six goals and 15 assists over 44 games in 2019-20, his first season with New York.

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