Kings’ Nolan suspended two games for hit on Helm

Jordan Nolan. Bill Boyce/AP

L.A. Kings forward Jordan Nolan was suspended for two games without pay on Sunday for boarding Detroit Red Wings forward Darren Helm.

Nolan took a run at Helm at 3:53 of the third period in Detroit’s 5-2 win on Friday night, hitting him into the glass near the blueline in the Kings’ defensive zone. Nolan was given a minor penalty for boarding on the play. He’ll forefit $17, 073.18 in salary, according to the NHL’s department of player safety.


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