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Apr 21, 2017
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Linesman Don Henderson is reportedly seeking $10.25 million in damages from a January 2016 incident
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Konecny on Team Canada for world championship. [Chatham Daily News] Sabres could make play for Eichel's former coach. [WKBW] When Boston Bruin snubbed Obama at White House, media reaction was very different. [HeaSt] $10.2M lawsuit against Calgary Flames, Dennis Wideman filed by injured linesman. [CBC] Vancouver Canucks lose defenceman Nikita Tryamkin to KHL. [The Star]

NHL official sues Dennis Wideman, Calgary Flames for $10 million over collision

Linesman Don Henderson is reportedly seeking $10.25 million in damages from a January 2016 incident
The Globe and Mail Apr 20, 2017

NHL linesman Don Henderson seeks damages for hit by Dennis Wideman

Injuries sustained after being ‘violently’ struck by Calgary Flames defenceman Dennis Wideman forced Don Henderson to stop working

Report: NHL linesman Don Henderson files $10.25M lawsuit against Dennis Wideman

The report also states that the Flames are listed as defendants.
Yahoo! Fantasy Hockey Apr 20, 2017

NHL linesman files lawsuit against Calgary Flames, defenceman Dennis Wideman

NHL linesman Don Henderson is suing defenceman Dennis Wideman and the Calgary Flames for $10.25 million over a hit from behind during a game against the Nashville Predators. Henderson said in a statement of claim that he suffered a concussion and injuries to his neck, back, shoulder and knee, with the
FOX Sports Apr 20, 2017
NHL official reportedly files $10 million lawsuit against Flames' Dennis Wideman

NHL official reportedly files $10 million lawsuit against Flames' Dennis Wideman

The Flames defenseman injured the linesman with a check to the back in 2016
FOX Sports Apr 7, 2017

Flames flatten Kings 4-1 as Gillies wins in first start (Apr 06, 2017)

LOS ANGELES (AP) Jon Gillies made 27 saves in his first career start, and Dennis Wideman, Freddie Hamilton and Alex Chiasson scored second-period goals as the Calgary Flames defeated the Los Angeles Kings 4-1 on Thursday night.

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