The Los Angeles Kings have accepted the NHL's $100,000 fine for allowing Slava Voynov to practice on Tuesday.
The NHL issued Slava Voynov a $100,000 fine for violating the terms of his indefinite suspension.
Slava Voynov has plead not guilty to the charge of felony domestic violence.
The Los Angeles Kings will receive cap relief as Slava Voynov remains suspended indefinitely.
Slava Voynov has been charged with one felony count of corporal injury to a spouse with great bodily injury.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and Kings GM Dean Lombardi don't see eye-to-eye on the Slava Voynov cap situation.
The Los Angeles Kings are listing Slava Voynov as a non-roster player.
Slava Voynov's agent, Rolland Hedges, says the Kings defenseman will attempt to have his indefinite suspension lifted.
Slava Voynov's lawyer, Craig Renetzky, is saying that his client did not attack the hospitalized woman in the alleged domestic violence case.
The Los Angeles Kings are standing behind the NHL's decision to suspend Slava Voynov indefinitely.
Slava Voynov, who was arrested after an alleged incident of domestic violence and is out on bail, has a court date scheduled for Dec. 1.
Slava Voynov has been suspended indefinitely by the NHL.
Going into tonight's Game 3, defenseman Slava Voynov has played in 116 games since the first exhibition game on September 15.
Slava Voynov scored a goal in the Kings' 4-3 victory on Saturday.