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Chris Kreider facing punishment from the NHL for his actions on Matthew Tkachuk


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Samer Dagher
May 29, 2024  (10:58)
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New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider throwing Florida Panthers forward Matthew Tkachuk's mouthguard in the stands
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New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider is facing punishment from the NHL for his actions on Florida Panthers forward Matthew Tkachuk in game 4.

Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the New York Rangers and Florida Panthers was intense and chippy. Early in the third period, Rangers forward Chris Kreider and Panthers forward Matthew Tkachuk had a heated exchange. During the altercation, Kreider did the unexpected and threw Tkachuk's mouthguard into the stands.
Kreider threw Tkachuk's mouthguard into the crowd after a scrum 😳😅

This act could result in Kreider facing a potential suspension or fine from the NHL Department of Player Safety. The league will definitely be taking a look at this incident. We will keep you posted on any developments regarding Kreider's punishment.
Panthers fans should be furious because by the NHL rulebook Kreider should have been ejected on this play. That said it's hilarious and I'm surprised Tkachuk stayed on his feet for this interaction.

Despite Kreider's actions, the New York Rangers lost Game 4 in overtime, with Sam Reinhart scoring the winning goal for the Panthers, tying the series at 2-2.
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Chris Kreider faces punishment for tossing Tkachuk's equipment into the stands
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Chris Kreider facing punishment from the NHL for his actions on Matthew Tkachuk

Do you think New York Rangers forward Chris Kreider will be fined or suspended for his actions on Florida Panthers forward Matthew Tkachuk?

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