OHL Goalie Suspended Eight Games For Slashing Opponent In Head (Video)


London Knights goaltender Anthony Stolarz received an eight-game suspension from the Ontario Hockey League for slashing Windsor Spitfires forward Josh Ho-Sang in the head during Tuesday night’s quarterfinal playoff game.

After a first-period whistle, Ho-Sang gave Stolarz’s pads a little slash, which caused the reaction from the Knights goalie. The most shocking result of the incident was that Stolarz received just a two-minute minor penalty for high sticking.

Check out the incident in the video below.

It was a wild night for goalies. Spitfires netminder Dalen Kuchmey later skated off the ice and left the arena — with five minutes remaining in the second period.

Thumbnail photo via Twitter/@Flyers_Future

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