The NHL has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the NHLPA in order to restore Dennis Wideman's 20 suspension for hitting linesman Don Henderson back on Jan. 27.
Dennis Wideman will miss the rest of the season due to the tricep injury suffered on Wednesday.
Dennis Wideman (upper body) isn't available for Friday's game.
Dennis Wideman left Calgary's win over Winnipeg because of an upper-body injury.
After 19 long games, Dennis Wideman returns to Calgary's blue line on Friday against Arizona.
Dennis Wideman's suspension has been officially reduced to 10 games by neutral arbitrator James Oldham, making him eligible to play Friday.
Dennis Wideman's 20-game suspension has reportedly been reduced by 10 games per the neutral arbitrator's ruling.
Dennis Wideman will serve the 20th game of his suspension on Friday.
According to Bill Daly, the arbitrator in Dennis Wideman's suspension "doesn't anticipate siding on the case until the week of March 7th."
Linesman Don Henderson, who is the man Dennis Wideman is serving a 20-game suspension over hitting, is reportedly dealing with concussion symptoms.
Calgary Flames GM Brad Treliving let his feelings on Dennis Wideman's much-maligned text be known.
To say Brian Burke is furious about Gary Bettman upholding the 20-game ban of Dennis Wideman, and its process, would be an understatement.
Adding to our previous report on Gary Bettman's decision to uphold Dennis Wideman's 20-game suspension, the commissioner also cited a subpoenaed text message to bring the defenseman's remorse into question.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman has upheld Dennis Wideman's 20-game suspension.