New York Rangers forward Samuel Blaise will miss the rest of the season with a hamstring injury suffered by a New Jersey Devils defenseman PK Subban’s questionable move in Sunday’s match at Madison Square Garden.
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This is what the newspaper says New York Post Tuesday morning, just hours before the duel with the Montreal Canadians. Shortly afterwards, the Rangers stated that the absence of the cubes would last for six to eight months.
Blaise dropped his last game in the third period after falling into an icy corner. When Subban trips him he is trying to get the loose puck back. He has already been fined twice this year for similar acts. Full-back was paid $ 5,000 for knocking down Milan Lusic of Calgary Flames and $ 15,000 for similar action against Anaheim Ducks’ Trevor Zegras.
Blaise, who earned four assists in 14 outings in the campaign, was in his first year with the Bluesshirts, which he received from St. Louis Blues in a trade he sent to Powell Buchnevich on July 23 in Missouri. .