Toronto Maple Leafs forward Zach Hyman was suspended two games by the NHL on Sunday for interference following his hit on Boston Harmony Defenceman Charlie McKayui a night before.
Heman heard a hundred Sunday called NHL, and they reported the suspension later in the night.
Heman was an interference chief of the game in Toronto's 6-3 loss in Boston on Saturday night.
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McAvoy had cleared the puck from behind his own goal line and watched the play unfold when Hyman hit him, knocking the Bruins defenseman to the ice.
McAvoy has missed 20 games this time with a concussion.
The suspension was Hyman's first in his 210-career career.
Hyman will fail $ 24,193.54. The money goes to the players' Emergency fund.