Staubitz suspended for boarding major

Minnesota Wild defenseman Brad Staubitz has been suspended for the rest of the preseason and the first three games of the regular season. The punishment stems an illegal check he made against Columbus' Cody Bass last Friday night.
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Minnesota Wild defenseman Brad Staubitz has been suspended for the rest of the preseason and the first three games of the regular season. The punishment stems an illegal check he made against Columbus' Cody Bass last Friday night.

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