by SENShobo on 01/07/09 at 02:00 PM ET
Sources tell TSN the National Hockey League is expected to schedule a hearing today to determine discipline for Ottawa Senators forward Jarkko Ruutu following a biting incident Tuesday night in Buffalo.
Paul posted a better clip of the incident earlier, and there indeed may have been a bite, even as Peters waltzed between hand-flailing and looking merely bothered that the refs didn’t see anything worth acting on when he flashed them his thumb and his mouth. My question is, if a guy’s got your arms blocked, backing you into the boards, and perhaps ramming a big, hard thumb in your mouth, what is the League-advised protocol?
Definitely better bites on hand to be had in the various Scotiabank Place restaurants.
Update - 3:40PM EST
As posted by Alanah, Ruutu has been suspended for 2 games.
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