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Keeler: Avalanche center Nazem Kadri had the final say on the St. Louis Blues foes. But if the NHL doesn’t suspend David Perron, someone is going to get hurt.

Keeler: Avalanche center Nazem Kadri had the final say on the St. Louis Blues foes.  But if the NHL doesn't suspend David Perron, someone is going to get hurt.
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The NHL is awfully quick to throw the book at Nazem Kadri. But where the hell are they when some idiot throws him an elbow?

Or a bottle of water? Or something worse?

David Perron, Blues forward by day and tactless moron by night, should be suspended. Now. If not for Avs-Blues Game 5 on Wednesday night at the Ball Arena, when Colorado likely finishes what they started, then for the rest of this series.

“I don’t know if it was just about him,” Perron told reporters after the Avs’ 6-3 victory on Monday night, when asked about Nazem Kadri, who scored three of those goals for the Colorado. “It was about creating a spark.”

Nonsense. It was about sending a guy to southern Illinois on national television. It was about giving red meat to the thugs to chew. It was violence for violence’s sake, under the guise of revenge.

“Then they were leading 3-1,” Perron continued, “and I just didn’t feel like we had enough perspective.”

Hang it up, Gary Bettman. Now.

Dare not give this classless tool shed another chance. Don’t let a coward compete for the Lord Stanley’s Cup.

Perron didn’t just score two goals on Monday. The left winger also had a third. He wanted to hurt Kadri. He wanted to impose his own brand of fake machismo and fake hockey justice on an innocent man.


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