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The NHL needs to ban St. Louis' David Perron and Pavel Buchnevich for a very long time

The NHL playoffs have been awesome this year but what has been happening in the Colorado-St. Louis series the past few days has been the opposite of that. Instead, it’s been disgusting, infuriating, awful and a whole bunch of other words I can’t write here.

In case you missed it, Colorado’s Nazem Kadri collided with Blues goalie Jordan Binnington in Saturday’s Game 3 in a bang-bang play that injured Binnington and knocked him out of the rest of this series.

Since then, Kadri has received death threats and lots of awful messages on social media by disgusting fans who should all be ashamed of themselves.

Then last night the Blues players tried to take out Kadri a few times, including these vicious attacks by two cowards by the names of David Perron and Pavel Buchnevich:

That’s just pathetic and dangerous and the NHL can’t let that type of stuff just happen and be OK with it. Those two cowards each got a 2-minute penalties for attacking Kadri, which is absurd.

I’d say they should be suspended for the rest of the playoffs but the Blues are down 3-1 in the series and aren’t going to be around for much longer so the league needs to come down on them hard and ban them for a bunch of games next year.

Kadri, by the way, had a hat trick last night and said afterward that his performance was “For those who hate, that was for them.

Oh, and look at what else Perron tried to do:

Gross.

UPDATE: 

Twitter had reactions:

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