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Bowen Byram receives maximum fine for dirty hit


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Julien Trekker
March 28, 2024  (11:13)
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Buffalo Sabres defenseman Bowen Byram celebrates his goal with center Dylan Cozens during a game.
Photo credit: Jeffrey T. Barnes/AP

The Buffalo Sabres' defenseman Bowen Byram received a fine from the NHL's Department of Player Safety for a dirty hit on Ottawa Senators' Angus Crookshank.

Last night, the Sens completely crushed the Sabres, winning this Atlantic division-matchup by a 6-2 score.

Byram gets fined $5,000 for dirty hit on Angus Crookshank in Sabres Vs. Senators

The NHL announced that the Sabres' defenseman Byram received a $5,000 fine for an interference call that occured late in the first period of last night's game.
"Buffalo's Bowen Byram has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the CBA, for interference on Ottawa's Angus Crookshank."

The Senators were controlling the puck in the offensize zone, and Byram raised his elbow as Crooshank was passing by. Crookshank fell harshly on the ice and remained there, but managed to skate to the bench by himself.
Watch the video here:
Fortunately, Crookshank came back in the game later.
Byram got traded to the Sabres at the deadline from the Colorado Avalanche for Mittelstadt. In 10 games with his new team, he scored three goals and three assists, with a +0 goal differential.
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