New York Rangers forward Samuel Bliss will miss the rest of the season with a torn knee ligament suffering a questionable move by New Jersey Devils defender BK Suban during Sunday’s game at Madison Square Garden.
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This is what the newspaper said New York Post Tuesday morning, a few hours before the duel against the Montreal Canadiens. Soon, Rangers made it clear that Quebecwa’s absence would be six to eight months.
Place left his last game in the third game after falling into a corner of the ice. He was trying to recover a loose puck when he was stopped by Suban. He has already been fined twice this year for similar acts. The linebacker paid $5,000 for defeating Milan Lucic of the Calgary Flames and $15,000 for a similar action against Trevor Zegras of the Anaheim Ducks.
Having racked up four assists in 14 games in this campaign, Bliss is in his first year with the Blues, which he earned from the St. Louis Blues in the trade that sent Pavel Buchnevich to Missouri on July 23.
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