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Ryan Hartman has been suspended for three games due to his conduct

Published April 1, 2024 at 6:09 PM
BY TYLER BALL

This afternoon a suspension has been announced for Minnesota Wild forward Ryan Hartman. The announcement comes as a result of a play involving Ryan Hartman committing an unsportsmanlike penalty.

During a stoppage in play in a game between the Minnesota Wild and Vegas Golden Knights Wild forward Ryan Hartman was arguing with referees. Ryan Hartman got so heated at one point that he threw his stick on the ice in the direction of one of the referees. He also was allegedly verbally attacking the referees as well.

As a result of his reckless behavior, it has been announced that Ryan Hartman will be suspended three games by the NHL's Department of Player Safety.

Ryan Hartman has been suspended 3 games by @NHLPlayerSafety




Minnesota's Ryan Hartman has been suspended for three games for unsportsmanlike conduct for his actions during Saturday's game against Vegas.



Ryan Hartman joins Tom Wilson on the list of players who have recently received a suspension from the NHL's Department of Player Safety. Tom Wilson was suspended 6 games for a high stick infraction.

As of now, the Minnesota Wild have not announced whether or not Ryan Hartman will appeal his suspension. If he does not then he will miss three crucial must-win games for the Wild to keep their season alive.

If there ends up being an appeal or more information on Ryan Hartman's suspension we will be sure to pass it along to you.
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