Monday, January 25, 2010

Cormier's Suspension Is Announced

From TSN

The verdict is in.
Rouyn-Noranda Huskies forward Patrice Cormier was suspended for the balance of the season and the playoffs by the QMJHL on Monday.
Cormier, 19, created a firestorm of media attention last week when he elbowed Mikael Tam of the Quebec Remparts in the head, sending Tam into convulsions on the ice and causing him to be taken to hospital with brain trauma and broken teeth.
Chief disciplinarian Raymond Bolduc called the hit "dangerous and unacceptable" after laying out the punishment on Monday.

The question now is whether or not Cormier begins his pro career early. That will be up to the New Jersey Devils to decide as they own Cormier's rights.


Mike from Vita, MB said...

Cormier should be banned from ALL hockey leagues for the rest of this season. If anyone should sign him for the rest of this season, they should get an elbow to the head, LOL!!

Kim K said...

after seeing his hit...the dude is a liability. Has he been drug tested for steroids...perhaps going through roid rage?