NHL Video: Matt Cooke Supsended Seven Games For Kneeing

The NHL has suspended Minnesota Wild’s Matt Cooke for seven games for kneeing Colorado Avalanche ‘s Tyson Barrie.

  • Nick Cotsonika: Cooke’s seven game suspension is the second longest suspension for kneeing in NHL history. Brian Marchment received an eight game suspension in 1998.

Do you think that seven games was enough for Cooke?

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  1. #1 by sheila at April 24th, 2014

    Not enough, Brarrie is out 4-6 weeks, Cooke should be as well…

  2. #2 by Sterling VanDerwerker at April 24th, 2014

    Not enough games if the league wants this awful stuff to STOP! should have been at least 10, I would do 20 thats 1/4 of a season….

    that will stop this crap.

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