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NHL-Hansen slapped with one-game ban for aggressive hit

Feb 20 (Reuters) - Vancouver Canucks forward Jannik Hansen was suspended for one game without pay by the NHL on Wednesday for an aggressive hit on Chicago's Marian Hossa the previous day. Hansen delivered a forearm to the back of Hossa's head during the third period of Chicago's 4-3 shootout victory that left the Blackhawks winger flat out on the ice before he returned to the locker room for the remainder of the game. Hansen was assessed a minor penalty for roughing.

NHL: Denmark's Hansen slapped with one-game ban

Denmark's Jannik Hansen was slapped with a one-game ban Wednesday after he delivered an illegal check to the head of Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa. Vancouver Canucks forward Hansen was suspended by the National Hockey League's disciplinary committee for a forearm smash to the back of Hossa's head in the third period of Chicago's 4-3 win. Hansen, who was also fined $7,300, was given a two-minute penalty on the play.
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