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Sabres LW Scott faces hearing for hit on Eriksson

Buffalo Sabres enforcer John Scott has been suspended indefinitely by the NHL pending a disciplinary hearing for a blindside hit to the head that leveled Boston Bruins forward Lou Eriksson. Scott has been given the opportunity to attend an in-person hearing, which is offered when a suspension has the potential to exceed five games. Scott was ejected for his hit on Eriksson in the third period of Boston’s win Wednesday. Eriksson had dumped the puck into the Sabres zone when Scott skated in from the player’s right and struck him with a shoulder to the face. Eriksson was dazed and didn’t return. He stayed in Buffalo overnight as a precaution and will be sidelined indefinitely with a concussion. Scott was apologetic Thursday. He called it “a bad play,” adding he didn’t aim for Eriksson’s head. – AP



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