Anaheim's Perry Suspended for Elbowing Flyers' Giroux

Suspension will cost $114K in salary

Early in the third period of Friday's game between Anaheim and Philadelphia, Flyers rookie Claude Giroux carried the puck into the offensive zone and passed it off to a teammate trailing the play.  As he turned and skated towards the middle of the ice, Giroux, a 2006 first-round pick, was blindsided by Corey Perry's elbow, as reported by Adam Gretz on NHL Fanhouse.

Perry received a double-minor for high-sticking on the play, and upon further review by the NHL's czar of discipline, Colin Campbell, he's been handed a four-game suspension, costing him $114,000 in salary.

Perry is currently second on the Ducks in scoring with 34 points.

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