Should Capitals’ Tom Wilson Have Been Suspended For This Nasty Hit?

Wilson's match penalty for an illegal check to the head will nearly certainly be rescinded, meaning he'll be available for Sunday's game against the Anaheim Ducks.

Wilson has seven goals and six assists (including a goal against the Devils) over the past nine games since returning from his suspension. "It's incidental contact, and he is following his defenceman down the wall". He's not even attempting to make a hit, and we get a five-minute penalty that could've cost us the game.

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"This guy's doing everything he can to try to play the right way and this is how things are happening and it's a tough situation", he said, via NBC Sports Capitals.

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With the match penalty, it means an automatic suspension (pending review) by the NHL Department of Player Safety for Wilson. It is only considered when determining discipline for a hit that warrants a suspension on its own.

The Washington Capitals forward received a game misconduct Friday night for a blindside hit on New Jersey Devils winger Brett Seney.

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