NEW YORK -- The NHL suspended Ottawa's Zdeno Chara for one
game Saturday and fined coach Bryan Murray $10,000 for Chara's
fight during a game against Los Angeles.
Chara scuffled with Kings defenseman Tim Gleason in the
Senators' 5-1 win on Friday night.
The 6-foot-9 Chara was given an instigating penalty, a fighting
major, a misconduct and a game misconduct for the incident at 16:39
of the third period. NHL rules state that a player who is an
instigator of an altercation in the final 5 minutes of regulation
or overtime will receive an automatic one-game suspension and the
player's coach will be fined.
Chara will miss Monday's rescheduled game at Florida.
The NHL suspended Zdeno Chara for one game and fined coach Bryan Murray $10,000 for Chara's fight during a game against Los Angeles.