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Longer Suspensions Needed?

10/25/2013 at 10:40am EDT

from Roy MacGregor of the Globe and Mail,

Anaheim Ducks winger Teemu Selanne, the NHL’s elder statesman at 43 and perhaps the most widely respected player in today’s game, said in Montreal the suspensions handed out to the likes of Kaleta are inadequate.

“I don’t think they’re enough,” Selanne told reporters. “The next night, the same thing happens.”

Surprisingly, Selanne added players have been talking about themselves about the need for suspensions to move to “a big one so guys can’t afford to do that,” as well as the possibility of the teams, coaches and even owners being fined for such transgressions.

“The bottom line is, there’s no option – we’ve got to do it.”

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