Blais of the Blues receives a game-misconduct penalty for attacking Harris of the Canadiens

St Louis Blues forward Sammy Blais received a game misconduct penalty after the hit Montreal Canadiens defender Jordan Harris from behind and slammed him against the boards.

Harris appeared to hit his head on the play, was slow to get back to his feet and was ruled out for the remainder of the game, the team announced.

The goal came just over five minutes into the first period when Jordan Harris appeared to fall behind his own net. Blais threw a punch and appeared to slam Harris’ head into the boards.

Blais received a five-minute penalty for boarding and a game-misconduct violation and Harris was sidelined with an upper-body injury. Further details regarding Harris’ injury have yet to be announced.

The Blues forward has one goal and seven points in 40 games this season.

Harris, meanwhile, missed time earlier this year with a lower-body injury. He has one goal and six points in 30 games for the Canadiens this year.

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