Here's the headline on the Denver Post story about Matt Cooke's knee-on-knee hit that knocked Tyson Barrie out of the Stanley Cup playoffs and is likely to result in a suspension:
Avs, Wild await word on suspension of Matt Cooke for dirty hit
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