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Chicago’s Mayers fined for shooting pucks at Detroit goal during Game 5 warmup

May 27, 2013, 1:12 PM EDT


Blackhawks forward Jamal Mayers hasn’t played in a game this postseason, but that hasn’t stopped him from getting fined for on-ice antics.

Mayers, who took the pregame skate with the ‘Hawks prior to Game 5 of the Detroit series, has been fined a half day’s pay (roughly $1600) for shooting pucks into the Red Wings goal during warmup, according to TSN’s Darren Dreger.

“I was trying to get under their skin,” Mayers told ESPN’s Craig Custance. “The league fined me and took the appropriate action.

“I’ll pay the piper.”

See the video here

Mayers shot around four or five pucks into Jimmy Howard‘s net, all from Chicago’s side of center.

It was a territorial-marking/gamesmanship move and, if you’re looking to somehow make what Mayers did relevant, the Blackhawks did win 4-1, scoring more goals in Game 5 than they did in Games 2-4 combined.

Of course, Mayers didn’t actually play in Game 5, and nobody from Detroit reacted to him firing pucks at their goal.

  1. blackhawksdynasty - May 27, 2013 at 1:32 PM

    Why is this guy even on the ice? Go away, Jamal. Just retire and get to work on your short game. You’re probably better with a golf club than a hockey stick anyway.

  2. ripaslapper - May 27, 2013 at 7:45 PM


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