NHL: Canucks' defender Tucker Poolman suspended for two games

Shubham Singh
13 Nov 2021
05:51
NHL: Canucks' defender Tucker Poolman suspended for two games

Vancouver Canucks defensive player Tucker Poolman has been suspended for two games without pay after sticking Colorado Avalanche forward Kiefer Sherwood. The incident took place during a frustrating game for Vancouver Canucks against Colorado when the team lost 1-7. Tucker will take a hit of $25,000 because of the incident.

Tucker has lodged 1 point in 13 games so far that includes an assist. For his career, Poolman has participated in 133 games, scrapping 5 goals and 15 assists for 20 points. This is Poolman’s first season with Vancouver after playing for three seasons with Winnipeg Jets. The Canucks have the second-worst record in the Pacific Division.

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